Psalm 29 is a praise psalm in which the Lord is receiving praise for being the God of the storm. David is urging his fellow-Israelites to stop attributing the power and benefits of storms to the false god Baal. Instead, he urges them to worship the Lord alone. The Voice of the LORD in the Storm. This wonderful song is simply titled A Psalm of David. In poetic beauty it describes the strength of a storm and understands it as the voice and power of God. In so doing it repeats the name of the LORD eighteen times. Let us be worshipping the Lord and focus on the truth that the thing that we should most be glorifying God for is the gift of Jesus to suffer and die in our place so that we might live.
It reads in Psalm 29:1-11
A psalm of David.
Ascribe (Credit) to the Lord, you heavenly beings, ascribe (Credit) to the Lord glory and strength. Ascribe (Credit) to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness. The voice of the Lord is over the waters; the God of glory thunders, the Lord thunders over the mighty waters. The voice of the Lord is powerful; the voice of the Lord is majestic.The voice of the Lord breaks the cedars; the Lord breaks in pieces the cedars of Lebanon. He makes Lebanon leap like a calf, Sirion like a young wild ox. The voice of the Lord strikes with flashes of lightning. The voice of the Lord shakes the desert; the Lord shakes the Desert of Kadesh. The voice of the Lord twists the oaks and strips the forests bare. And in his temple all cry, “Glory!” The Lord sits enthroned (Ordained) over the flood; the Lord is enthroned (Ordained) as King forever. The Lord gives strength to his people; the Lord blesses his people with peace.