29 (2)Psalm 29 Version 210 10. 10 10
IN Godís own house the loftiest praises sing,
   And own the Lord, of majesty the spring,
For all His blessings now His homage own,
Adoring fall before His awesome throne.
 
2  His sovereign voice restrains the swelling floods;
He rolls the thunder through the darkened clouds;
His power confines to bounds the raging sea,
And natureís laws His ruling word obey.
 
3  His mighty voice commands, and all around—
The greatest cedars—tremble at the sound!
The Lord, for ever King, though tempests rave,
Enthroned so high above the seething wave.
 
4  With reverent fear, His sacred name adore;
In troubling times, His powerful help implore;
Be Thou, O God, Thy peopleís sure defence,
And on our lives Thy kindest peace dispense.
 
Elizabeth Tollet, 1694-1754