To the Chief Musician on Mahalath. A contemplation. A Psalm of David.
1. The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, and have worked out abominable wickedness; there is no one who does good.
2. God looked down from heaven upon the children of men to see if there were any who understand, who are seeking after God.
3. Every one has turned away; they have altogether become corrupt; no one is doing good, no, not even one.
4. Will the workers of iniquity never learn? They eat up my people as they eat bread; they have not called upon God.
5. There they were in great fear where no fear was, for God has scattered the bones of him who camps against you; you have put them to shame because God has rejected them.
6. Oh, that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion! When God brings back His people out of exile, let Jacob rejoice and Israel be glad.
To the Chief MusicianH5329
HNcmsaA Psalm of David.H1732
HVqp3msin his heart,H3820
HRHNcmscHSp3ms"There is noH369
HNcmpaThey are corrupt,H7843
HVhp3cpand have worked out abominableH8581
HNcbsathere is noH369
HTnone who doesH6213
HRHVqcif there wereH3426
HTiHTmany who understand,H7919
HVhrmsawho are seekingH1875
HNcmscHSp3mshas turned away;H5472
HVqp3msthey have altogetherH3162
HTnone is doingH6213
Will the workersH6466
HVqp3cpThey eat upH398
HNcmscHSp1csas they eatH398
HNcbsathey have notH3808
HDthey were in greatH6343
HNcfpcof him who camps against you;H2583
HVqrmscHSp2msyou have put them to shameH954
HNcmpahas rejected them.H3988
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