God (076-100)

God is a good worker,
but He loves to be helped.
— Basque

God sits on high and makes matches below.
— Yiddish

God is a father; luck is a stepfather.
— Yiddish

God is an old worker of miracles.
— Russian

God is above all.
— American

God helps three sorts of people:
fools, children, and drunkards.
— French

God helps the strongest.
— Dutch

God helps the poor man:
He protects him from expensive sins.
— Yiddish

God helps the navigator,
but on condition that he rows.
— Czech

God helps the kind.
— Russian

God helps the early riser.
— Spanish

God helps them that help themselves.
— English

God helps and the people oppress.
— Maltese

God help the sheep when the wolf is judge.
— Danish

God help the rich, for the poor can beg.
— Scottish

God help the poor, for the rich
can help themselves.
— Scottish

God heals, and the physician has the thanks.
— English

God punishes with one hand
and blesses with the other.
— Yiddish

God has often a great share in a little house.
— English

God has few friends, the devil has many.
— English

God goes to him who comes to Him.
— Russian

God gives the will, necessity gives the law.
— Danish

God gives the grain, but we must make the furrow.
— Czech

God gives the day and provides the food for it.
— Russian

God gives the cold according to the cloth.
— French

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