Folly and Wickedness of Men.
For the choir director; according to
I.e. sickness, a sad toneMahalath. A
Possibly Contemplative, or Didactic, or Skillful PsalmMaskil of David.1 c The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God,”
They are corrupt, and have committed abominable injustice;
d There is no one who does good.
2 God has looked down from heaven upon the sons of men
To see if there is e anyone who ▼
▼ Or acts wiselyunderstands,
Who g seeks after God.
3 h Every one of them has turned aside; together they have become corrupt;
There is no one who does good, not even one.
4 Have the workers of wickedness i no knowledge,
Who eat up My people as though they ate bread
And have not called upon God?
5 There they were in great ▼
▼ Or dreadfear k where no ▼
▼ Or dreadfear had been;
For God m scattered the bones of ▼
▼ Or possibly thosehim who encamped against you;
You o put them to shame, because p God had rejected them.
6 Oh, that q the salvation of Israel ▼
▼ Lit would bewould come out of Zion!
When God ▼
▼ Or restores the fortunes of His peoplerestores His captive people,
▼ Or Jacob will rejoice, Israel will be gladLet Jacob rejoice, let Israel be glad.
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