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  • Ezra read from the book of the Law of God, translating and giving the sense; so the reading was understood. (Nehemiah 8, 8)

  • Hence empty-headed people would do well to study sense and people who behave like wild donkeys to let themselves be tamed. (Job 11, 12)

  • So what sense is there in your empty consolation? your answers are the left-overs of infidelity! (Job 21, 34)

  • My lips have wisdom to utter, my heart good sense to whisper. (Psalms 49, 3)

  • In prosperity people lose their good sense, they become no better than dumb animals. (Psalms 49, 12)

  • In prosperity people lose their good sense, they become no better than dumb animals. (Psalms 49, 20)

  • Take notice yourselves, you coarsest of people! Fools, when will you learn some sense? (Psalms 94, 8)

  • So now let us begin our narrative, without adding any more to what has been said above; there would be no sense in expanding the preface to the history and curtailing the history itself. (2 Maccabees 2, 32)

  • Just as it is injurious to drink wine by itself, or again water alone, whereas wine mixed with water is pleasant and produces a delightful sense of well-being, so skill in presenting the incidents is what delights the understanding of those who read the book. And her i close. (2 Maccabees 15, 39)

  • But the adulterer has no sense; he works his own destruction. (Proverbs 6, 32)

  • and I saw, among the callow youths, I noticed among the lads, one boy who had no sense. (Proverbs 7, 7)

  • The lips of the upright nourish many peoples, but fools die for want of sense. (Proverbs 10, 21)


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