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Comfort and strength in a storm from Psalm 29?
Psalm 29 (NRSV) describes a storm rolling over the Jordan valley. The congregation I serve is riding out a hurricane at this time; for safety's sake we didn't gather for worship. Can we, the ...
Aug 28 '11 at 13:17
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