Psalm 29

Psalm 29 follows a menorah (i.e., a chiastic) pattern and mentions “the voice of Adonai” seven times in the middle. What do these mentions of Adonai’s voice teach us about the speaker’s location? Which direction is He heading? How are destruction and new life blended in this psalm? How do the four opening lines contrast with the four closing lines?

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