Published by Bryntirion Press
For many Christians, a thunderstorm is a nuisance or, even worse, something that brings fear and anxiety. For the writer of Psalm 29, however, it is the basis for meditating upon the majesty and glory of God as his voice sounds forth. In this verse-by-verse devotional exposition of this beautiful, if less well-known Psalm, the author seeks to follow David’s path through the storm, highlighting the many biblical themes touched upon, and leading us again and again to the Lord Jesus Christ, the Psalmist’s Greater Son and the focus of all Scripture.
Reading Gordon Cooke’s book has done me a lot of good. It has shown me again what it means to meditate on the Word of God, where such meditation can lead and how profitable it can be. I hope that his book will lead many others into the humbling joy of a neglected spiritual exercise.
Stuart Olyott, Former Pastoral Director of the Evangelical Movement of Wales
Gordon Cooke has been the Pastor of New Inn Congregational Church since 1995. Brought up in a Christian home and a Bible-centred church, he was converted as a child through listening to the preaching of God’s Word. Following graduating from university, Gordon spent six years as a Business Studies lecturer in Further Education, before spending three years at The Evangelical Theological College of Wales (now Union) training for the Christian Ministry. He is married with one daughter.