Matthew Bible

Psalms 58

David reproveth wicked judges,

Psalms 58:1 {To the chaunter Destroye not Michtam of Dauid.} If youre myndes be vpon righteousnes in deede, then iudge the thyng that is ryght, O ye sonnes of men, Psalms 58:2 But ye ymagyn mischefe in youre hertes and youre handes deale with wickednes.

describeth the nature of the wicked,

Psalms 58:3 The vngodly are froward, euen from their mothers wombe: as soone as they be borne, they go a stray and speake lyes. Psalms 58:4 They are as furyous as the serpent, euen lyke the deaf Ader that stoppeth her eares. Psalms 58:5 That she shoulde not heare the voyce of the charmer, charme he neuer so wisely.

devoteth them to God's judgments,

Psalms 58:6 Breake their teeth (O god) in their mouthes, smite the chaft bones of the lions whelpes in sonder, O Lord. Psalms 58:7 That they maye fall awaye, lyke water that runneth a pace: and that when they shote their arrowes, they maye be broken. Psalms 58:8 Let them consume away lyke a snaile, and lyke the vntymely frute of a woman, and let them not se the sunne. Psalms 58:9 Or euer your thorns be sharpe, the wrath shall take them awaye quicke, like a stormy wynde.

whereat the righteous shall rejoice.

Psalms 58:10 The ryghteous shal reioyse when he seith the vengeaunce, and shall washe hys fete in the bloud of the vngodly. Psalms 58:11 So that men shall saye, verelye there is a rewarde for the righteous: doutles, there is a God that iudgeth the earth.

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