“There is that destroyeth his owne soule through bashfulnesse, and by accepting of persons ouerthroweth himselfe.”
King James Version (KJV)
19. An vnseasonable tale will alwayes be in the mouth of the vnwise. 20. A wise sentence shall be reiected when it commeth out of a fools mouth: for he will not speake it in due season. 21. There is that is hindred from sinning through want: and when hee taketh rest, he shall not be troubled. 22. There is that destroyeth his owne soule through bashfulnesse, and by accepting of persons ouerthroweth himselfe. 23. There is that for bashfulnes promiseth to his friend, and maketh him his enemy for nothing. 24. A lie is a foule blot in a man, yet it is continually in the mouth of the vntaught. 25. A thiefe is better then a man that is accustomed to lie: but they both shall haue destruction to heritage.