And he warns us that this is what the Lord sees, too.
No one does good, no, not one.
The sin that the psalmist specifies is economic. These people who ignore God take advantage of the poor. He says that they really ought to be afraid because God hangs out with the righteous:
You would confound the plans of the poor, but the Lord is their refuge.Do we equate a lack of concern for the poor with atheism?
Do we agree with the psalmist that God prefers the poor?
When we look around us, we also see poverty, but do we see much guilt or remorse?