Your voice will not be denied,
God of Heaven and earth
for Your power rumbles great
And we should all be
that our God of Thunder
does not pour out His holy wrath
every time we rebel against You
For Your power is staggering
and Your voice immense
My heart listens for Your quiet voice
knowing Your thunderous voice is coming
when holiness brings judgment
with a loud and deafening clap
And there are those who hide in Your shelter
and those who stand exposed
I will be sheltered
by my Jesus’ sacrificial love
– Susie Stewart
The Lord thundered from heaven. The Most High made His voice heard.
– 2 Samuel 22:14 (GW)
Whenever this happens, my heart stops—
I’m stunned, I can’t catch my breath.
Listen to it! Listen to His thunder,
the rolling, rumbling thunder of His voice.
He lets loose His lightnings from horizon to horizon,
lighting up the earth from pole to pole.
In their wake, the thunder echoes His voice,
powerful and majestic.
He lets out all the stops, He holds nothing back.
No one can mistake that voice—
His word thundering so wondrously,
His mighty acts staggering our understanding.
– Job 37:1-5 (MSG)
For in the day of trouble He will keep me safe in His dwelling; He will hide me in the shelter of His sacred tent and set me high upon a rock.
– Psalm 27:5 (NIV)
The blast of the ram’s horn grew louder and louder. Moses spoke, and God answered with a voice that rumbled like thunder.
– Exodus 19:19 (VOICE)
The Eternal thundered in the heavens; the Highest spoke; His voice rumbled [in the midst of hail and lightning].
– Psalm 18:13 (VOICE)
I was caught up at once in deep worship and, oh!—a Throne set in Heaven with One Seated on the Throne, suffused in gem hues of amber and flame with a nimbus of emerald. Twenty-four thrones circled the Throne, with Twenty-four Elders seated, white-robed, gold-crowned. Lightning flash and thunder crash pulsed from the Throne. Seven fire-blazing torches fronted the Throne (these are the Sevenfold Spirit of God). Before the Throne it was like a clear crystal sea.
– Revelation 4:4-6 (MSG)
After the fire, there was a still small voice.
– 1 Kings 19:12 (WEB)
“Pagosa Springs” sung by my brother, Danny Oertli