27 The deceitfull man rosteth not, that hee tooke in hunting: but the riches of the diligent man are precious.
Bible verses about "lazy" | Geneva
14 For the kingdome of heauen is as a man that going into a strange countrey, called his seruants, and deliuered to them his goods. 15 And vnto one he gaue fiue talents, and to an other two, and to another one, to euery man after his own ability, and straightway went from home. 16 Then he that had receiued the fiue talents, went and occupied with them, and gained other fiue talents. 17 Likewise also, he that receiued two, he also gained other two. 18 But he that receiued that one, went and digged it in the earth, and hid his masters money. 19 But after a long season, the master of those seruants came, and reckoned with them. 20 Then came he that had receiued fiue talents, and brought other fiue talents, saying, Master, thou deliueredst vnto me fiue talents: behold, I haue gained with them other fiue talents. 21 Then his master saide vnto him, It is well done good seruant and faithfull, Thou hast bene faithfull in litle, I will make thee ruler ouer much: enter into thy masters ioy. 22 Also he that had receiued two talents, came, and said, Master, thou deliueredst vnto me two talents: behold, I haue gained two other talets more. 23 His master saide vnto him, It is well done good seruant, and faithfull, Thou hast bene faithfull in litle, I will make thee ruler ouer much: enter into thy masters ioy. 24 Then he which had receiued the one talent, came, and said, Master, I knewe that thou wast an hard man, which reapest where thou sowedst not, and gatherest where thou strawedst not: 25 I was therefore afraide, and went, and hid thy talent in the earth: behold, thou hast thine owne. 26 And his master answered, and said vnto him, Thou euill seruant, and slouthfull, thou knewest that I reape where I sowed not, and gather where I strawed not. 27 Thou oughtest therefore to haue put my money to ye exchangers, and then at my comming should I haue receiued mine owne with vantage. 28 Take therefore the talent from him, and giue it vnto him which hath tenne talents. 29 For vnto euery man that hath, it shall be giuen, and he shall haue abundance, and from him that hath not, euen that he hath, shalbe taken away. 30 Cast therefore that vnprofitable seruant into vtter darkenes: there shalbe weeping and gnasshing of teeth.
7 If ye abide in me, and my wordes abide in you, aske what ye wil, and it shalbe done to you.
19 And my God shall fulfill all your necessities through his riches with glorie in Iesus Christ.
2 But his delite is in the Lawe of the Lord, and in his Lawe doeth he meditate day and night.
13 Loue not sleepe least thou come vnto pouertie: open thine eyes, and thou shalt be satisfied with bread.
16 Thy wordes were founde by me, and I did eate them, and thy worde was vnto me the ioy and reioycing of mine heart: for thy Name is called vpon me, O Lord God of hostes.
6 Goe to the pismire, O sluggarde: beholde her waies, and be wise.
4 The slouthfull will not plowe, because of winter: therefore shall he beg in sommer, but haue nothing.
17 That the man of God may be absolute, being made perfect vnto all good workes.
13 The slouthfull man sayth, A lyon is in the way: a lyon is in the streetes. 14 As the doore turneth vpon his hinges, so doeth the slouthfull man vpon his bed. 15 The slouthfull hideth his hand in his bosome, and it grieueth him to put it againe to his mouth. 16 The sluggard is wiser in his owne conceite, then seuen men that can render a reason.
13 The slouthfull man saith, A lyon is without, I shall be slaine in the streete.
30 I passed by the fielde of the slouthfull, and by the vineyarde of the man destitute of vnderstanding. 31 And lo, it was al growen ouer with thornes, and nettles had couered the face thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken downe. 32 Then I behelde, and I considered it well: I looked vpon it, and receiued instruction. 33 Yet a litle sleepe, a litle slumber, a litle folding of the handes to sleepe. 34 So thy pouertie commeth as one that traueileth by the way, and thy necessitie like an armed man.
25 The desire of the slouthfull slayeth him: for his hands refuse to worke.
23 And whatsoeuer ye doe, doe it heartily, as to the Lord, and not to men,
22 And be ye doers of the word, and not hearers onely, deceiuing your owne selues.
9 Howe long wilt thou sleepe, O sluggarde? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleepe?
8 If there bee any that prouideth not for his owne, and namely for them of his housholde, hee denieth the faith, and is worse then an infidell.