Psalms Chapter 29
(Original 1611 KJV Bible)
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1 Dauid exhorteth Princcs to giue glory to God, 3 by reason of his power, 11 and protection of his people.
[A Psalme of Dauid.] Giue vnto the Lord (O ye mighty) giue vnto the Lord glory and strength.1
Giue vnto the Lord the glory due vnto his Name; worship the Lord in the beautie of holinesse.2
The voice of the Lord is vpon the waters: the God of glory thundreth, the Lord is vpon many waters.3
The voice of the Lord is powerfull; the voyce of the Lord is full of Maiestie.4
Gods power, and goodnesse.
The voyce of the Lord breaketh the Cedars: yea, the Lord breaketh the Cedars of Lebanon.
He maketh them also to skip like a calfe: Lebanon, and Sirion like a yong Unicorne.6
The voyce of the Lord diuideth the flames of fire.7
The voyce of the Lord shaketh the wildernes: the Lord shaketh the wildernesse of Kadesh.8
The voice of the Lord maketh the hindes to calue, and discouereth the forrests: and in his Temple doeth euery one speake of his glory.9
The Lord sitteth vpon the flood: yea the Lord sitteth King for euer.
The Lord will giue strength vnto his people; the Lord will blesse his people with peace.
Psalms Chapter 29 Sidenote References (from Original 1611 KJV Bible):
1 Hebr. yee sonnes of the mighty.
2 Hebr. the honour of his name. , Or, in his glorious Sanctuary.
3 Or, great waters.
4 Hebr. in power. , Hebr. in Maiestie.
6 Deut. 3. 9.
7 Hebr. cutteth out.
8 Or, to be in paine.
9 Or, euery whit of it vttereth &c.
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