The voice of the LORD is powerful; the voice of the LORD is full of majesty. Psalms 29:4
“The voice of the Lord is mighty; the voice of the Lord is full of majesty” the psalmist declares. In the text from the Bible, we can clearly hear that mighty, majestic voice. Without
mentioning their own free will or casting any doubt on his ability to carry out his promises, the Lord here speaks about folks coming to him, confessing to him, and obeying him. “I have sworn by myself, the word has gone out of my lips in righteousness, and shall not return, That unto me every knee shall bend, and every tongue shall swear,” declares the LORD with power and authority. The irrevocable oath that the Lord has made is given unusual emphasis, and he declares that he will never take back the words that have left his mouth. He speaks with the same authority that brought about the creation of light. In other words, he speaks in a heavenly manner, which enables him to carry out his predictions. Man is empowered, brought to life, and given the ability to live for, by, and through the Lord Jesus in the power of His resurrection when he hears the voice of the Lord Jesus Christ and stands up.
Perfect my salvation and make me thine, Oh Lord.
BIBLE READINGS: Psalms 29
Ohùn Oluwa li agbara; ohùn Oluwa kun fun ọlanla. Psalmu 29:4
Nínú ọ̀rọ̀ inú Bíbélì, a lè gbọ́ ohùn ọlanlá ńlá yi ní kedere. Lai fi ẹnukan ominira ifẹ-inu ti wọn ni, tabi iṣiyemeji lori agbara yii lati mu awọn ileri ṣẹ. Oluwa nihin n sọrọ nipa awọn eniyan ti o wa sọdọ rẹ, wọn jẹwọ fun u, lati ṣe igbọran si i. “Mo ti fi ara mi búra, ọ̀rọ̀ náà ti ètè mi jáde ní òdodo, kì yóò sì padà. Pe gbogbo ẽkun ni yoo tẹriba fun mi, ati gbogbo ahọn yoo bura” li Oluwa wi pẹlu agbara ati aṣẹ. Ìbúra tí kò lè yí padà tí Olúwa ti ṣe, ń fúnni ní ìtẹnumọ́ àrà ọ̀tọ̀, ó sì kéde pé òun kì yóò gba ọ̀rọ̀ tí ó ti fi ẹnu òun sọ silẹ, pada láé. O sọrọ pẹlu aṣẹ kanna ti o mu dida imọlẹ wa. Ní ọ̀nà mìíràn, ó ń sọ̀rọ̀ bí i ti ọ̀run, tí ó jẹ́ kí ó lè fí gbé àsọtẹlẹ Rẹ kalẹ. Eniyan ni a fun ni agbara, ti a mu wa si aye, ti a si fun ni agbara lati le wa, nipasẹ Jesu Oluwa ninu agbara ajinde Rẹ; nigbati o gbọ ohùn Oluwa Jesu Kristi o si dide.
Oluwa sọ igbala mi di pípé kí o sì sọ mi di tìrẹ. Amin.
BIBELI KIKA: Psalmu 29