Proverbs 18:2 ESV

A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.

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Pity the Fool
It's April Fools' Day, and whatever its origins, the Scriptures have .... in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion (Proverbs 18:2).
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How to Recognize a Foolish Leader
If we do not, if we elect a foolish leader, the costs will be very high ... The foolish love to boldly pronounce their opinions (Proverbs 18:2).
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Is it wrong to keep your thoughts about people to yourself, instead of ...
The Bible warns that only the fool delights in airing his own opinions (Proverbs 18:2). Instead, the Bible instructs us to guard our tongues from ...
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Quiet, Please
According to Proverbs, a fool takes pleasure only in revealing his own mind ( Prov. 18:2). A fool doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut ...
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Six Lessons in Good Listening
It is the fool who takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion (Proverbs 18:2), and thus gives an answer before he ...
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Sex and Discretion:Proverbs 5:1-23 - Third Millennium Ministries
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How to Become a Good Listener
I don't want to be like the fool in Proverbs 18:2, who takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion (RSV). Third ...
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Justice Without Facts Is No Justice at All
A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion. ( Proverbs 18:2). When words are many, transgression is not ...
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Listen Up! Practical Help for Lousy Listeners
A biblical fool is one who doesn't listen and therefore doesn't understand. Instead , he speaks too quickly. In Proverbs 18:2, the fool finds ...
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