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Psalms 36:1

Overview - Psalms 36
The grievous estate of the wicked.
The excellency of God's mercy.
10 David prays for favour to God's children.
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Psalms 36:1  (King James Version)
The transgression of the wicked saith within my heart, that there is no fear of God before his eyes.
 


A
M. cir. 3463. B.C. cir. 541. (Title.) A psalm.
This Psalm is supposed by some to have been composed by David at the beginning of Saul's persecutions; but Calmet and others, on good grounds, are of opinion that it was written during the Babylonian captivity.

servant
18:1 90:1 *titles
143:12 Deuteronomy 34:5 ; 2 Timothy 2:24 ; Titus 1:1 ; James 1:1 ; 2 Peter 1:1 ; Jude 1:1
Revelation 1:1

The transgression
Or, rather, "The speech of transgression to the wicked is within his heart: there is no fear of God before his eyes;" for instead of {libbi,} "my heart," four MSS., have {libbo,} "his heart," which is also the reading of the LXX., Vulgate,
Syriac, Arabic, Ethiopic, and Anglo-Saxon. 1 Samuel 15:13 1 Samuel 15:14 ; Proverbs 20:11 ; Matthew 7:16-20 ; Matthew 12:33 Matthew 12:34 Titus 1:16

no
112:1 Genesis 20:11 ; Proverbs 8:13 ; 16:6 Ecclesiastes 12:13 ; Romans 3:18
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