Tehillah 52

Psalm 52

To the chief singer, A poem of Dawi; when Do’ĕ the Eomite came and told Sha’ul, and said, “Dawi went to the house of  Aimele.”
1  Why do you boast in evil, O mighty man? The kindness of Ěl is all day long! 2  Your tongue devises destruction, Like a sharp razor, working deceit. 3  You loved evil more than good, Lying more than speaking righteousness. Selah. 4  You loved all devouring words, O tongue of deceit. 5  Let Ěl also break you down forever, Take you and pluck you out of your tent. And He shall uproot you From the land of the living. Selah. 6  And let the righteous see and revere , And laugh at him, 7  “See the man who did not make Elohim his strength, But trusted in his many riches, Being strong in his destruction.” 8  But I am like a green olive tree In the House of Elohim, I have trusted in the kindness of Elohim Forever and ever. 9  I thank You forever, Because You have done it; And in the presence of Your kind ones I wait on Your Name, for it is good.