Matthew Bible

Psalms 14

David describeth the corruption of a natural man.

Psalms 14:1 {To the chaunter, of Dauid.} The folyshe bodyes saye in their hertes: tushe, there is no God. They are corrupt, & become abhominable in their doynges, there is not one þt doth good. Psalms 14:2 The Lorde loked doune from heauen vpon the chyldren of men, too se if there were any that wolde vnderstande and seke after God. Psalms 14:3 But they are all gone out of the waye, they are altogether become vnprofitable: there is none that doeth good, no not one.

He convinceth the wicked by the light of their conscience.

Psalms 14:4 How can they haue vnderstandinge, that worke mischiefe, eatynge vp my people, as it were bread, & call not vpon the Lord? Psalms 14:5 Therfore shall they be brought in greate feare, for God standeth by the generacion of the righteous. Psalms 14:6 As for you ye haue made a mocke at the counsail of the poore, because he putteth hys trust in the Lorde.

He glorieth in the salvation of God.

Psalms 14:7 Oh that the sauynge healthe were geuen vnto Israel out of Sion. Oh that the Lord wolde deliuer his people out of captiuitie. Then shoulde Iacob reioyse, & Israell should be right glad.

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