Matthew Bible

Psalms 52

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

Psalms 52:1 {To the chaunter, an exortacyon of Dauid when Doeg the Edomite came to Saul, and shewed hym, sayinge: Dauid is come to the house of Ahimelech.} Why boastest thou thy self, thou Tyrraunt, that thou canste do myschiefe? Wher as the goodnesse of God endureth yet dayly. Psalms 52:2 Thy tonge ymagyneth wyckednesse, and with lyes it cutteth like a sharpe rasoure. Psalms 52:3 Thou loueste vngratiousnesse more then good, to talke of lyes more then ryghtuousnesse. Selah. Psalms 52:4 Thou louest to speake al wordes that may do hurte. O thou false tonge. Psalms 52:5 Therfore shall God cleane destroye the, smyte the in peces, pluke the out of thy dwellynge, and rote the out of the lande of the lyuynge. Selah.

The righteous shall rejoice at it.

Psalms 52:6 The rightuous shal se this, and feare, and laugh him to scorne, Psalms 52:7 Lo, this is the man, that toke not God for his strength but trusted vnto the multitud of his riches, & was myghty in his wickednes.

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

Psalms 52:8 As for me, I am lyke a grene olyue tree in the house of God: my truste is in the tender mercy of God for euer and euer. Psalms 52:9 I wyll alwaye geue thankes vnto the, for that thou hast done: & wil hope in thy name, for thy sayntes lyke it wel.

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