A Psalm a Day – Psalm 52

Read this Psalm out loud, taken from The Voice version of the Lord’s Word. Note the pauses; reflect on each section before moving on.

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Why do you boast of all the trouble you stir up, O mighty one,
    when the constant, unfailing love of God is what truly lasts?
Have you listened to yourself?
    Your tongue is like a sharp razor,
    full of lies that slash and tear right to the soul.
You’ve fallen in love with evil and have no interest in what He calls good.
    You prefer your own lies to speaking what is true.


You love words that destroy people, don’t you,
    lying tongue?

You won’t be smiling
    when the True God brings His justice and destroys you forever.
    He will come into your home, snatch you away,
    and pull you from the land of the living.


Those who are just will see what happens to you and be afraid.
    And some of them will laugh and say,
“Hey, look! Over there is the one who didn’t take
    shelter in the True God;
Instead, he trusted in his great wealth
    and got what he wanted by destroying others!”

But my life is abundant—like a lush olive tree
    cared for at the house of the one True God.
I put my trust in His kind love
    forever and ever; it will never fail.
Because of all You have done,
    I will humble myself and thank You forever.
With Your faithful people at my side,
    I will put my hope in Your good reputation.

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