Psalms 58:5

Overview - Psalms 58
David reproves wicked judges;
describes the nature of the wicked;
devotes them to God's judgments;
10 whereat the righteous shall rejoice.
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Psalms 58:5  (King James Version)
Which will not hearken to the voice of charmers, charming never so wisely.
 


Which
That serpents might be charmed or rendered harmless was well known to the ancients. Virgil, and many others state the fact:--{Frigidus in pratis cantando, rumpitur anguis.} "In the meadows the cold snake is burst by incantation."

charming never so wisely or, be the charmer never so
cunning.
Deuteronomy 18:11 ; Isaiah 19:3
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