Psalms 14


The Fool

To the director; a psalm to David.

1[2said 1The fool] in his heart, There is no God. They were corrupted and abhorrent in their practices. There is not one doing that which is good. 2The  lord from out of heaven looked upon the sons of men, to see if there is one perceiving or inquiring of God. 3All turned aside together; they were made useless; there is not one doing that which is good; there is not even one. 4Do [5not 6know 1all 2the ones 3working 4lawlessness], the ones devouring my people as the food of bread? [2the 3  lord 1They called not upon]. 5There they were timid with fear, of which there was no fear; for God is with the generation of the just. 6The counsel of the poor you disgraced, for the  lord [2hope 1is his]. 7Who will grant from Zion the deliverance of Israel? In the  lord turning the captivity of his people, Jacob shall exult, and Israel shall be glad.
Copyright information for ABP