2 Ill-gotten treasures have no lasting value, but righteousness delivers from death.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Proverbs 10:2

Commentary on Proverbs 10:2-3

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Though the righteous may be poor, the Lord will not suffer him to want what is needful for spiritual life.

4 Wealth is worthless in the day of wrath, but righteousness delivers from death.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Proverbs 11:4

Commentary on Proverbs 11:4

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Riches will stand men in no stead in the day of death.

12 Kiss his son, or he will be angry and your way will lead to your destruction, for his wrath can flare up in a moment. Blessed are all who take refuge in him.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Psalm 2:12

Commentary on Psalm 2:10-12

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Whatever we rejoice in, in this world, it must always be with trembling, because of the uncertainty of all things in it. To welcome Jesus Christ, and to submit to him, is our wisdom and interest. Let him be very dear and precious; love him above all, love him in sincerity, love him much, as she did, to whom much was forgiven, and, in token of it, kissed his feet, Luke 7:38. And with a kiss of loyalty take this yoke upon you, and give up yourselves to be governed by his laws, disposed of by his providence, and entirely devoted to his cause. Unbelief is a sin against the remedy. It will be utter destruction to yourselves; lest ye perish in the way of your sins, and from the way of your vain hopes; lest your way perish, lest you prove to have missed the way of happiness. Christ is the way; take heed lest ye be cut off from Him as your way to God. They thought themselves in the way; but neglecting Christ, they perish from it. Blessed will those be in the day of wrath, who, by trusting in Christ, have made him their Refuge.