Prov 13:11 Cross References
11: Wealth from get-rich-quick schemes quickly disappears; wealth from hard work grows.
- An inheritance obtained early in life is not a blessing in the end.
- Ill-gotten gain has no lasting value, but right living can save your life.
- A person who makes money by charging interest will lose it. It will end up in the hands of someone who is kind to the poor.
- Look here, you rich people, weep and groan with anguish because of all the terrible troubles ahead of you.
- Your wealth is rotting away, and your fine clothes are moth-eaten rags.
- Your gold and silver have become worthless. The very wealth you were counting on will eat away your flesh in hell. This treasure you have accumulated will stand as evidence against you on the day of judgment.
- For listen! Hear the cries of the field workers whom you have cheated of their pay. The wages you held back cry out against you. The cries of the reapers have reached the ears of the Lord Almighty.
- You have spent your years on earth in luxury, satisfying your every whim. Now your hearts are nice and fat, ready for the slaughter.
- Know the state of your flocks, and put your heart into caring for your herds,
- for riches don't last forever, and the crown might not be secure for the next generation.
- After the hay is harvested, the new crop appears, and the mountain grasses are gathered in,
- your sheep will provide wool for clothing, and your goats will be sold for the price of a field.
- And you will have enough goats' milk for you, your family, and your servants.
- Good people leave an inheritance to their grandchildren, but the sinner's wealth passes to the godly.
- A poor person's farm may produce much food, but injustice sweeps it all away.
- A greedy person tries to get rich quick, but it only leads to poverty.
- "Evil people may have all the money in the world, and they may store away mounds of clothing.
- But the righteous will wear that clothing, and the innocent will divide all that money.
- Like a bird that hatches eggs she has not laid, so are those who get their wealth by unjust means. Sooner or later they will lose their riches and, at the end of their lives, will become poor old fools.
- The trustworthy will get a rich reward. But the person who wants to get rich quick will only get into trouble.
- But the time is coming when all their captives will taunt them, saying, `You thieves! At last justice has caught up with you! Now you will get what you deserve for your oppression and extortion!'
- Suddenly, your debtors will rise up in anger. They will turn on you and take all you have, while you stand trembling and helpless.
- You will enjoy the fruit of your labor. How happy you will be! How rich your life!
- He will vomit the wealth he swallowed. God won't let him keep it down.
- or they are put into risky investments that turn sour, and everything is lost. In the end, there is nothing left to pass on to one's children.
- For he oppressed the poor and left them destitute. He foreclosed on their homes.
- He was always greedy but never satisfied. Of all the things he dreamed about, nothing remains.
- Nothing is left after he finishes gorging himself; therefore, his prosperity will not endure.
- "In the midst of plenty, he will run into trouble, and disasters will destroy him.
- but their cities will be ruined. They will live in abandoned houses that are ready to tumble down.
- They will not continue to be rich. Their wealth will not endure, and their possessions will no longer spread across the horizon.