There is grievous correction for him who forsakes the way; he who hates reproof shall die (Proverbs 15:10).
My child, pay attention and listen to my wisdom and insight. Then you will know how to behave properly, and your words will show that you have knowledge (Proverbs 5:1).
But a wise man, when rebuked, will love you all the more (Proverbs 9:8).
People who listen when they are corrected will live, but those who will not admit that they are wrong are in danger (Proverbs 10:17).
Where there is no counsel, the people fall; but in the multitude of counselors there is safety (Proverbs 11:14).
Someone who will not learn will be poor and disgraced (Proverbs 13:18).
predatory instincts who has
not sufficient capital
to form a corporation.
accepted by everyone,
everywhere, is almost
certain to be false.
Conceited people do not like to be corrected; they never ask for advice from those who are wiser (Proverbs 15:12).
The ear that hears the rebukes of life will abide among the wise (Proverbs 15:31).
Rebuke is more effective for a wise man than a hundred blows on a fool (Proverbs 17:10).
Also, to punish the righteous is not good, nor to strike princes for their uprightness (Proverbs 17:26).
Discipline your children while they are young enough to learn. If you don't, you are helping them destroy themselves (Proverbs 19:18).
opinions love themselves more
than they love the truth.
children have little need
to deceive themselves.
Listen to counsel and receive instruction, That you may be wise in your latter days. There are many plans in a man's heart, nevertheless the Lord's counsel - that will stand (Proverbs 19:20 - 21).
Judgments are prepared for scoffers, and beatings for the backs of fools (Proverbs 19:29).
Counsel in the heart of man is like deep water, but a man of understanding will draw it out (Proverbs 20:5).
There is no wisdom or understanding or counsel against the Lord (Proverbs 21:30).
root of discipline.
The sense of dignity
grows with the ability to
say no to oneself.
Foolishness is bound up in the heart of a child, but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him (Proverbs 22:15).
For by wise counsel you will wage your own war, and in a multitude of counselors there is safety (Proverbs 24:6).
A warning given by an experienced person to someone willing to listen is more valuable than gold rings or jewelry made of the finest gold (Proverbs 25:12).
A whip for the horse, a bridle for the donkey, and a rod for the fool's back (Proverbs 26:3).
Scolding and spanking a child helps him to learn. Left to himself, he brings shame to his mother . . . Discipline your son and he will give you happiness and peace of mind (Proverbs 29:15, 17).
Do not withhold correction from a child, for if you beat him with the rod, he will not die (Proverbs 23:13).
Immediately he went after her (a woman enticing him into sexual immorality), as an ox goes to the slaughter, or as a fool to the correction of the stocks (Proverbs 7:22).