“The voice of the LORD is over the waters, the God of glory thunders,” Pslam 29:3
The Wednesday Bible study at Trinity Presbyterian Church is looking at prayers in the Bible. On October 18 we will focus on Psalm 29, a prayer of praise to the powerful King. You are welcome to join us.
“Why are we weak when we have divine strength to flee to? Why are we troubled when the Lord’s own peace is ours? Jesus the mighty God is our peace – what a blessing is this today! What a blessing it will be to us in that day of the Lord which will be in darkness and not light to the ungodly!
“Dear reader, is not this a noble Psalm to be sung in stormy weather? Can you sing amid the thunder? Will you be able to sing when the last thunders are let loose, and Jesus judges quick and dead? If you are a believer, the last verse is your heritage, and surely that will set you singing.” (C. H. Spurgeon, Treasury of David, on Psalm 29).
Lightning picture credit: David Mahaffy www.mahaffy.org