24 Nyle thou be freend to a wrathful man, nether go thou with a wood man; 25 lest perauenture thou lerne hise weies, and take sclaundir to thi soule. 26 Nyle thou be with hem that oblischen her hondis, and that proferen hem silf borewis for dettis; for if he hath not wherof he schal restore, 27 what of cause is, that thou take awei hilyng fro thi bed?
Bible verses about "friendship" | Wycliffe
9 He that helith trespas, sekith frenschipis; he that rehersith bi an hiy word, departith hem, that ben knyt togidere in pees.
12 that ye be confermyd, that is, to be coumfortid togidere in you, bi feith that is bothe youre and myn togidere.
8 bifore alle thingis haue ye charite ech to other in you silf algatis lastynge; for charite couerith the multitude of synnes. 9 Holde ye hospitalite togidere with out grutching; 10 ech man as he hath resseyued grace, mynystringe it in to ech othere, as good dispenderis of the manyfold grace of God.
14 He that takith awei merci fro his frend, forsakith the drede of the Lord.
9 The herte delitith in oynement, and dyuerse odours; and a soule is maad swete bi the good counsels of a frend.
6 Betere ben the woundis of hym that loueth, than the gileful cossis of hym that hatith.
33 Nyle ye be disseyued; for yuel spechis distrien good thewis.
17 Yrun is whettid bi irun; and a man whettith the face of his frend.
17 He that is a frend, loueth in al tyme; and a brother is preuyd in angwischis.
11 For which thing comforte ye togidere, and edefie ye ech other, as ye doon.
13 No man hath more loue than this, that a man putte his lijf for hise freendis.
9 Therfor it is betere, that tweyne be togidere than oon; for thei han profite of her felouschipe. 10 If oon fallith doun, he schal be vndurset of the tothere; wo to hym that is aloone, for whanne he fallith, he hath noon reisynge him. 11 And if tweyne slepen, thei schulen be nurschid togidere; hou schal oon be maad hoot? 12 And if ony man hath maistri ayens oon, tweyne ayen stonden hym; a threfolde corde is brokun of hard.
24 A man freendli to felouschipe schal more be a frend, than a brothir.