“Thou shalt entertaine and feast, and haue no thankes: moreouer, thou shalt heare bitter words.”
King James Version (KJV)
22. Better is the life of a poore man in a meane cottage, then delicate fare in another mans house. 23. Be it little or much, holde thee contented, that thou heare not the reproch of thy house. 24. For it is a miserable life to goe from house to house: for where thou art a stranger, thou darest not open thy mouth. 25. Thou shalt entertaine and feast, and haue no thankes: moreouer, thou shalt heare bitter words. 26. Come thou stranger, and furnish a table, and feede me of that thou hast ready. 27. Giue place thou stranger to an honourable man, my brother commeth to be lodged, and I haue neede of mine house. 28. These things are grieuous to a man of vnderstanding: the vpbraiding of house-roome, and reproching of the lender.