weights and unequal measures are both alike an abomination to the Lord. (Pr 11:1; Pr 20:23)11 Even a child makes himself known by his acts, by whether his conduct is pure and upright.
1. Or Even a child can dissemble in his actions, though his conduct seems pure and upright
 (Mt 7:16)12 The hearing ear and the seeing eye, the Lord has made them both. (Ex 4:11; Ps 94:9; Pr 15:31; Pr 25:12)13 Love not sleep, lest you come to poverty; open your eyes, and you will have plenty of bread. (Pr 6:4; Pr 12:11; Pr 19:15; Pr 20:4; Pr 31:15; Ro 12:11)14 “Bad, bad,” says the buyer, but when he goes away, then he boasts.15 There is gold and abundance of costly stones, but the lips of knowledge are a precious jewel. (Job 28:18; Pr 3:14)16 Take a man’s garment when he has put up security for a stranger, and hold it in pledge when he puts up security for foreigners.
 of man is the lamp of the Lord, searching all his innermost parts. (Pr 18:8; Zep 1:12; 1Co 2:11)28 Steadfast love and faithfulness preserve the king, and by steadfast love his throne is upheld. (Pr 3:3; Pr 16:12)29 The glory of young men is their strength, but the splendor of old men is their gray hair. (Pr 16:31)30 Blows that wound cleanse away evil; strokes make clean the innermost parts. (Pr 20:27; Isa 53:5)