1611 King James Bible

Psalms 52

David, condemning the spitefulness of Doeg, prophesieth his destruction.

Psalms 52:1 {To the chiefe Musician, Maschil, A [Psalme] of Dauid: When Doeg the Edomite came and told Saul, and said vnto him, Dauid is come to the house of Ahimelech.} Why boastest thou thy selfe in mischiefe, O mightie man? the goodnesse of God [indureth] continually. Psalms 52:2 Thy tongue deuiseth mischiefes: like a sharpe rasor, working deceitfully. Psalms 52:3 Thou louest euill more then good; [and] lying rather then to speake righteousnesse. Selah. Psalms 52:4 Thou louest all deuouring words, O [thou] deceitfull tongue. Psalms 52:5 God shall likewise destroy thee for euer, hee shall take thee away and plucke thee out of [thy] dwelling place, and roote thee out of the land of the liuing. Selah.

The righteous shall rejoice at it.

Psalms 52:6 The righteous also shall see, and feare, and shall laugh at him. Psalms 52:7 Loe, this [is] the man [that] made not God his strength: but trusted in the abundance of his riches, [and] strengthened himselfe in his wickednesse.

David, upon his confidence in God's mercy, giveth thanks.

Psalms 52:8 But I [am] like a greene oliue tree in the house of God: I trust in the mercy of God for euer and euer. Psalms 52:9 I will prayse thee for euer, because thou hast done [it]: and I will wait on thy name, for it [is] good before thy Saints.

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