New American Standard Bible
Foolishness and Wickedness of People.
For the music director. A Psalm of David.
14 The fool has (A)said in his heart, “There is no God.”
They are corrupt, they have committed detestable acts;
There is (B)no one who does good.
2 The Lord has (C)looked down from heaven upon the sons of mankind
To see if there are any who [a](D)understand,
Who (E)seek God.
3 They have all (F)turned aside, together they are corrupt;
There is (G)no one who does good, not even one.
4 Do all the workers of injustice (H)not know,
Who (I)devour my people as they eat bread,
And (J)do not call upon the Lord?
5 There they are in great dread,
For God is with a (K)righteous generation.
6 You would put to shame the plan of the poor,
But the Lord is his (L)refuge.
Description of a Citizen of Zion.
A Psalm of David.
15 Lord, who may reside (O)in Your tent?
Who may settle on Your (P)holy hill?
2 One who (Q)walks with integrity, practices righteousness,
And (R)speaks truth in his heart.
3 He (S)does not slander [b]with his tongue,
Nor (T)do evil to his neighbor,
Nor (U)bring shame on his friend;
4 A despicable person is despised in his eyes,
But he (V)honors those who fear the Lord;
He (W)takes an oath to his own detriment, and does not change;
5 He (X)does not [c]lend his money [d]at interest,
Nor (Y)does he take a bribe against the innocent.
(Z)One who does these things will never be shaken.