Psalm 29 – Praise to God in His Holiness and Majesty!

It is not immediately apparent what this Psalm of David’s is about. Commentaries on it say that David was aware of the beliefs of the other nations around Israel which believed in a different version of Creation and of The Flood than that found in Genesis. For this reason David refers to the ‘heavenly beings‘ or ‘mighty ones‘, which could refer to the angels as the sons of God (Bene Elim), or supposed beings who fought the battle between good and evil, the struggle over chaos: stories that sound a bit like that version in the Bible, but which are not the same. Therefore the pagans gave credit to all hosts of heavenly beings and gods, rather than giving all honour and glory to the LORD.

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