THE STORMS OF LIFE

7 # Short Commentary and Lesson from Psalm 29.3-9

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Through the centuries, people have responded to God in the beauties of nature. The smoldering glory of a sunset, the delicacy of a rose, and the chuckle of a crystal brook dancing over rocks leave many in awe of God’s power.
But what should we think about the brutal force of hurricane winds, splintering everything in their path? Timid souls run and hide from God’s power. Those with the courage of the psalmist watch the lightning split the night, and marvel that such a powerful God hears our prayers and rejoices in our praise.

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