2 All the ways of a man, [may be] pure in his own eyes, but, he that testeth spirits, is Yahweh.
Proverbs 16:2 Cross References - Rotherham
7 But Yahweh said unto Samuel—Do not regard his countenance, or the height of his stature, for I have rejected him,—for it is not what man looketh to but what God looketh to. For, man, looketh to the outward appearance, but, Yahweh, looketh to the heart.
2 For he flattereth himself [too much] in his own eyes, to find his iniquity—to hate [it] .
21 For, before the eyes of Yahweh, are the ways of a man,—and, all his tracks, doth he consider:
25 There is a way that enticeth a man, but, at the latter end thereof, are the ways of death.
2 Every way of a man, may be right in his own eyes, but, he that testeth hearts, is Yahweh.
12 Though thou say, Lo! we knew not this, Shall not, he that proveth hearts, himself, discern? And, he that formeth thy soul, himself, know? and bring back to a son of earth according to his deed?
12 A generation! Pure in its own eyes, yet, from its filth, hath it not been bathed,
7 The path of a righteous man, is, even,—O Upright One! the track of a righteous man, thou makest level.
22 For though thou wash thee with nitre, And take thee much soap, Yet is thine iniquity inscribed before me Declareth My Lord Yahweh. 23 How canst thou say, I have not defiled myself, After the Baalim, have I not gone? See thy way, in the valley, Own what thou hast done,—A nimble young she-camel, crossing her own ways;
10 I—Yahweh, Searching the heart, Testing the affections; And giving to every man According to his way, According to the fruit of his doings.
27 T’kel,—thou art weighed [="Weighed"] in the balances, and found wanting;
15 And he said unto them—Ye, are they who justify themselves before men, but, God, knoweth your hearts; because, that which amongst men is lofty, is an abomination before God.
9 And he spake, even unto certain who were confident in themselves that they were righteous, and were despising the rest, this parable:— 10 Two men, went up into the temple to pray, one, a Pharisee, and, the other, a tax-collector. 11 The Pharisee, taking his stand, these things unto himself was praying: O God! I thank thee, that I am not like the rest of men,—extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or, even as this tax-collector;
7 What, then, shall we say? Is the law sin? Far be it! On the contrary, I had not discovered, sin, save through law, for even, of coveting, I had not been aware if, the law, had not kept on saying—Thou shall not covet; 8 Howbeit sin taking, occasion—through the commandment, wrought out in me all manner of coveting; for, apart from law, sin is dead;— 9 And, I, was alive, apart from law, at one time, but, the commandment coming, sin sprang up to life,
18 And, unto the messenger of the assembly, in Thyatira, write:—These things, saith the Son of God, who hath his eyes like a flame of fire, and his feet like unto glowing copper:
23 and, her children, will I slay with death;—and all the assemblies shall get to know, that, I, am he that searcheth reins and hearts, and will give unto you, each one, according to your works.