Job 6:13
Since I cannot help myself, [the hope for] success has been banished from me.
Job 12:3
But I also have a mind; I am not inferior to you. Who doesn't know the things you are talking about?
Job 13:5
If only you would shut up and let that be your wisdom!
Job 15:8-10
Do you listen in on the council of God, or have a monopoly on wisdom?
What do you know that we don't? [What] do you understand that is not [clear] to us?
Both the gray-haired and the elderly are with us, men older than your father.
Job 17:10
But come back [and try] again, all of you. I will not find a wise man among you.
Job 32:11-13
Look, I waited for your conclusions; I listened to your insights as you sought for words.
I paid close attention to you. Yet no one proved Job wrong; not one of you refuted his arguments.
So do not claim, "We have found wisdom; let God deal with him, not man."
Job 33:3
My words [come from] my upright heart, and my lips speak what they know with sincerity.
Job 33:33
If not, then listen to me; be quiet, and I will teach you wisdom.
Job 38:2
Who is this who obscures [My] counsel with ignorant words?
Psalm 49:1-4
[For the choir director. A psalm of the sons of Korah.] Hear this, all you peoples; listen, all who inhabit the world,
both low and high, rich and poor together.
My mouth speaks wisdom; my heart's meditation [brings] understanding.
I turn my ear to a proverb; I explain my riddle with a lyre.
Psalm 71:15-18
My mouth will tell about Your righteousness and Your salvation all day long, though I cannot sum them up.
I come because of the mighty acts of the Lord God; I will proclaim Your righteousness, Yours alone.
God, You have taught me from my youth, and I still proclaim Your wonderful works.
Even when I am old and gray, God, do not abandon me. Then I will proclaim Your power to [another] generation, Your strength to all who are to come.
Proverbs 8:6-9
Listen, for I speak of noble things, and what my lips say is right.
For my mouth tells the truth, and wickedness is detestable to my lips.
All the words of my mouth are righteous; none of them are deceptive or perverse.
All of them are clear to the perceptive, and right to those who discover knowledge.
Acts 20:20
and that I did not shrink back from proclaiming to you anything that was profitable, or from teaching it to you in public and from house to house.
Acts 20:27
for I did not shrink back from declaring to you the whole plan of God.