Coverdale(i) 1 Wyne is a voluptuous thinge, & drockennes causeth sedicion: who so delyteth therin, shal neuer be wyse. 2 The kynge ought to be feared as the roaringe of a lyon, who so prouoketh him vnto anger, offendeth agaynst his owne soule. 3 It is a mans honoure to kepe himself from strife, but they yt haue pleasure in braulinge, are fooles eueryone. 4 A slouthfull body wyl not go to plowe for colde, therfore shal he go abegginge in Sommer, and haue nothinge. 5 Wyse councell in the herte of man is like a water in the depe of the earth, but he that hath vnderstondinge, bryngeth it forth. 6 Many there be that are called good doers, but where shal one fynde a true faithful ma?