1611 King James Bible

Psalms 53

David describeth the corruption of a natural man.

Psalms 53:1 {To the chiefe musician vpon Mahalath, Maschil, A [Psalme] of Dauid.} The foole hath sayde in his heart, [There is] no god; Corrupt are they, and haue done abhominable iniquitie; [there is] none that doth good. Psalms 53:2 God looked downe from heauen vpon the children of men, to see if there were any that did vnderstand, that did seeke God. Psalms 53:3 Euery one of them is gone backe, they are altogether become filthy: [there is] none [that] doth good, no not one.

He convinceth the wicked by the light of their own conscience.

Psalms 53:4 Haue the workers of iniquitie no knowledge? [who] eate vp my people, [as] they eate bread; they haue not called vpon God. Psalms 53:5 There were they in great feare, [where] no feare was: for God hath scattered the bones of him that incampeth [against] thee, thou hast put [them] to shame, because God hath despised them.

He glorieth in the salvation of God.

Psalms 53:6 O that the saluation of Israel [were come] out of Sion! when God bringeth backe the captiuitie of his people, Iaakob shall reioyce, [and] Israel shall be glad.

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