Psalms 53


There is Not One Doing Good

To the director; a psalm for [2upon the harp, 1contemplation]; to David.

1[2said 1The fool] in his heart, There is no God. They were corrupt and abhorrent in lawless deeds. There is not one doing good. 2 God from out of the heaven looks upon the sons of men, to behold if there is one perceiving or seeking after God. 3All turned aside; together they were made useless; there is not one doing good, there is not even one. 4Shall [5not 6know 1all 2the ones 3working 4lawlessness], the ones eating up my people for solid food of bread? [3the  lord 1They did not 2call upon]. 5There they feared a fear, where there was no fear; for God dispersed the bones of ones trying to please men. They were disgraced, for God treated them with contempt. 6Who will appoint from out of Zion deliverance for Israel? In God returning the captivity of his people, Jacob shall exult and Israel shall be glad.
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