Das Buch Jesus Sirach


Kapitel 1
Kapitel 2
Kapitel 3
Kapitel 4
Kapitel 5
Kapitel 6
Kapitel 7
Kapitel 8
Kapitel 9
Kapitel 10
Kapitel 11
Kapitel 12
Kapitel 13
Kapitel 14
Kapitel 15
Kapitel 16
Kapitel 17
Kapitel 18
Kapitel 19
Kapitel 20
Kapitel 21
Kapitel 22
Kapitel 23
Kapitel 24
Kapitel 25
Kapitel 26
Kapitel 27
Kapitel 28
Kapitel 29
Kapitel 30
Kapitel 31
Kapitel 32
Kapitel 33
Kapitel 34
Kapitel 35
Kapitel 36
Kapitel 37
Kapitel 38
Kapitel 39
Kapitel 40
Kapitel 41
Kapitel 42
Kapitel 43
Kapitel 44
Kapitel 45
Kapitel 46
Kapitel 47
Kapitel 48
Kapitel 49
Kapitel 50
Kapitel 51


Die drei Siebe des Sokrates                 >

Chinesen                  >

Griechen                  >

Und die neue Weisheit, der Bruch mit der jüdischen sittlichen Substanz - Erfüllung des Gesetzes und der Propheten                >

Frühe Gnostik:
   Das Thomas Evangelium

Kabbalistische Philosophie

Die Weisheitsbücher und die Psalmen:

-Das Buch Hiob  -Die Psalmen
-Die Sammlung     der Sprüche
-Der Prediger  Salomo
-Das Lied von der  Liebe

Bibel >>>


“Gott ist tot”

Manfred Herok  2014

Phil-Splitter      .      ABCphilDE       .      Hegel Religion      .       Kunst&Wahn      .       Herok Info

Weisheit                    Sirach:     Die Weisheit,  die zu Jesu Christi Zeiten gang und gäbe war:  

Sirach 37


Good News Translation (GNT)

False Friends


37 Anyone can claim to be your friend, but some people are friends in name only. 2 The grief caused when a close friendship turns sour is as bad as death. 3 This evil impulse we have! Why was it ever formed? How did it manage to cover the earth with deceit? 4 Some people will be your friend as long as things are going well, but they will turn against you when trouble comes. 5 A real friend will help you against your enemies and protect you in the fight. 6 Never forget such companions in battle; share the results of your victory with them.

Caution in Taking Advice


7 Anyone can give advice, but some people do so only in their own interest.
8 Be careful when somebody offers you advice. Find out first what his interest in the matter is, because you can be sure that he is thinking primarily of himself. Why should he come out on top instead of you? 9 He will assure you that things look good, and then stand back to watch what happens to you.


10 Don't ask advice of anyone who doesn't trust you, and don't give advice to anyone who is jealous of you.


11 Don't ask a woman for advice about a rival of hers,

    a coward about war,

    a merchant about a bargain,

    a buyer about selling,

    a stingy person about gratitude,

    a cruel person about kindness,

    a lazy person about work,

    a casual worker about finishing a job,

    a lazy slave about a difficult task.

Pay no attention to any advice they may give.


12 Instead, rely on someone who is religious and known to keep the Lord's commands, someone who is sympathetic with you, who will be sorry to see you fail. 13 And trust your own judgment; no one's advice is more reliable. 14 Sometimes your own intuition can tell you more than seven watchmen on a high tower. 15 Above all, pray to the Most High that he will show you the right thing to do.

Wisdom and Confidence


16 Planning and thought lie behind everything that is done. 17-18 The mind concerns itself with four things: these are good and evil, life and death. They all begin in the mind, but the tongue is their absolute ruler.


19 Someone may have the ability to teach, but still not be of much use to himself. 20 He may be clever with words, but end up starving because people hate him. 21 This may happen if he doesn't have good sense, if the Lord has not given him tact. 22 Someone may consider himself wise and let you know that he is certain about what he knows. 23 Anyone who really is wise will be the teacher of his people, and they can be certain that what he teaches is the truth. 24 Everyone will praise such a person and speak of him as fortunate. 25 A person's life has only a limited number of days, but the life of Israel cannot be measured in days at all. 26 The wise will win the confidence of others, and will be remembered forever.

Controlling the Appetite


27 My child, as you go through life, keep your appetite under control, and don't eat anything that you know is bad for you. 28 All food doesn't agree with everyone, and everyone doesn't like the same kinds of food. 29 Don't feel that you just have to have all sorts of fancy food, and don't be a glutton over any food. 30 If you eat too much, you'll get sick; if you do it all the time, you'll always have stomach trouble. 31 Gluttony has been the death of many people. Avoid it and live longer.



Kapitel zurück              Kapitel vor

Sickness and Medicine

Phil-Splitter      .      ABCphilDE       .      Hegel Religion      .       Hegel Grundbegriffe    .       Herok Info

<Weisheit< <Sickness and Medicine<




since Jan 2013 
ABCphilDE/Phil-Splitter         >DETAILS

Flag Counter