1611 King James Bible

Psalms 14

David describeth the corruption of a natural man.

Psalms 14:1 {To the chiefe musician, A [Psalme] of Dauid.} The foole hath sayd in his heart, [There is] no God: they are corrupt, they haue done abominable workes, there is none that doeth good. Psalms 14:2 The LORD looked downe from heauen vpon the children of men; to see if there were any that did vnderstand [and] seeke God. Psalms 14:3 They are all gone aside, they are [all] together become filthy: there is none that doeth good, no not one.

He convinceth the wicked by the light of their conscience.

Psalms 14:4 Haue all the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eate vp my people [as] they eate bread, and call not vpon the LORD. Psalms 14:5 There were they in great feare; for God is in the generation of the righteous. Psalms 14:6 You haue shamed the counsell of the poore; because the LORD [is] his refuge.

He glorieth in the salvation of God.

Psalms 14:7 O that the saluation of Israel [were come] out of Sion! when the LORD bringeth backe the captiuitie of his people, Iacob shall reioyce, [and] Israel shalbe glad.

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