Bible Cross References
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Job 6:24
All right, teach me; tell me my faults. I will be quiet and listen to you.
Job 6:25
Honest words are convincing, but you are talking nonsense.
Job 8:8-10
Look for a moment at ancient wisdom; consider the truths our ancestors learned.
Our life is short, we know nothing at all; we pass like shadows across the earth.
But let the ancient wise people teach you; listen to what they had to say:
Job 11:2
(SEE 11:1)
Job 11:6
He would tell you there are many sides to wisdom; there are things too deep for human knowledge. God is punishing you less than you deserve.
Job 11:12
Stupid people will start being wise when wild donkeys are born tame.
Job 15:2
(SEE 15:1)
Job 17:4
You have closed their minds to reason; don't let them triumph over me now.
Job 20:3
What you have said is an insult, but I know how to reply to you.
Job 32:7-13
I told myself that you ought to speak, that you older men should share your wisdom.
But it is the spirit of Almighty God that comes to us and gives us wisdom.
It is not growing old that makes us wise or helps us to know what is right.
So now I want you to listen to me; let me tell you what I think.
I listened patiently while you were speaking and waited while you searched for wise phrases.
I paid close attention and heard you fail; you have not disproved what Job has said.
How can you claim you have discovered wisdom? God must answer Job, for you have failed.
Proverbs 28:11
Rich people always think they are wise, but a poor person who has insight into character knows better.
Isaiah 5:21
You are doomed! You think you are wise, so very clever.
1 Corinthians 4:10
For Christ's sake we are fools; but you are wise in union with Christ! We are weak, but you are strong! We are despised, but you are honored!
1 Corinthians 6:5
Shame on you! Surely there is at least one wise person in your fellowship who can settle a dispute between fellow Christians.