Proverbs 15:4 Cross References - Bishops

4 A wholsome tongue is a tree of lyfe: but the frowardnesse therof doth make sad the spirite

Genesis 3:22-24

22 And the Lorde God sayde: Beholde, the man is become as one of vs, in knowing good and euyll: And now lest peraduenture he put foorth his hande, and take also of the tree of lyfe and eate, and lyue for euer 23 Therefore the Lorde God sent hym foorth fro the garden of Eden, to worke the grounde whence he was taken 24 And so he droue out man, and at the east side of the garde of Eden he set Cherubins, and a fierie two edged sworde, to kepe the way of the tree of lyfe

Psalms 52:2-4

2 Thy tongue imagineth wickednes: [and] deceaueth like a sharpe raser 3 Thou hast loued vngratiousnes more then goodnes: and to talke of falshood more then of righteousnes. Selah 4 Thou hast loued to speake all wordes that may do hurt: O thou deceiptfull tongue

Psalms 109:22

22 Deliuer me, for truely I am afflicted: and I am poore, and my heart is wounded within me

Proverbs 3:18

18 She is a tree of lyfe to them that lay holde vpon her: and blessed is he that kepeth her fast

Proverbs 12:18

18 A slaunderous person pricketh lyke a sworde: but a wise mans tongue is wholsome

Proverbs 16:24

24 Fayre wordes are an hony combe, a refresshyng of the mynde, and health of the bones

Proverbs 18:8

8 The wordes of a slaunderer are very woundes, and go through vnto the innermost partes of the body

Proverbs 18:14

14 A good stomacke beareth out sickenesse: but the minde beyng sicke, who shall heale it

Proverbs 26:22

22 A talebearers wordes are lyke men that strike with hammers, and they pearse the inwarde partes of the body

Malachi 4:2

2 But to you that feare my name shall that sunne of righteousnesse aryse, and health shalbe vnder his winges: and ye shall go foorth and skippe lyke fatte calues

1 Timothy 6:3

3 Yf any man teache otherwyse, and consenteth not vnto the wholsome wordes of our Lorde Iesus Christe, and to the doctrine whiche is accordyng to godlynesse

Revelation 2:7

7 Let hym that hath an eare, heare what ye spirite sayth vnto the Churches. To hym that ouercommeth, wyll I geue to eate of the tree of lyfe, which is in the middes of the paradise of God

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