“Better is the poor that walketh in his uprightness, than he that is perverse in his ways, though he be rich” — Proverbs 28:6
Share the Proverbs 28:6 Money quote image above on your site:
Short Link to this Quote:
This verse from Proverbs is suggesting that it is better to be a poor person who acts with integrity and uprightness, than to be a rich person who behaves in a crooked, perverse or morally twisted way.
The verse conveys that righteousness is more valuable than riches, and that moral character is more important than material wealth. It promotes upright living over wealth obtained through unjust or corrupt means.