Proverbs starting with letter L

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The labourer is worthy of his hire

Anyone who works for someone else deserves to be paid for it, if not in cash, then in kind. The source is Luke, x, 7. Jesus sent seventy disciples in pairs to every town that he intended to visit... Read more →