Psalm 29 has been called, “The Song of the Seven Thunders”
Thunders boom while water and wind cause great destruction. Think of a Tsunami or a tidal wave hitting an island with tremendous force. Everything is swept away in the flood. At the end of the psalm 29 the psalmist proclaims: 10 The LORD sits enthroned over (KJV – “upon”) the flood; the LORD is enthroned as King forever.
So, the waters destroy that which stands in their way or tries to resist them, but if you ride the wave, then you are at peace. You are in sync “with” the power, not resisting or in the away, blocking the wave.
And where does the power come to ride the wave?
11 The LORD gives strength to His people; the LORD blesses His people with peace.
YHWH gives us what we need to make it, to stay “with” Him.
What is your storm? Is it external or internal? Can you name it? Psalm 29 encourages you to “Ascribe to the LORD the glory due His name; worship the LORD in the splendor of His holiness.”
Can you proclaim The LORD’s Name above your storm? Can you see that His name is greater and more powerful than the name of your storm? Can you see how The Voice of the LORD can speak over your storm and give you strength and peace?
Or is there more than one storm in your life right now? Or is it an ongoing storm? Please, let us know how we can pray for you? Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vh6vZyKqrA
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