As Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in Genesis, we arrive at the familiar story of the Tower of Babel. But what is the real meaning of this story? Why is it included in Scripture? Was it intended to explain how different languages came about, or is the message actually telling us something about the nature of man and God?
Pastor Craig Davis resumes his series in Genesis with an exposition of the ground rules God lays out for Noah and the human race as they set forth to replenish, rule, and reverence life on earth.
Pastor Craig Davis preaches good news from Genesis in the form of a reminder that our Father remembers – and gives us opportunities for remembrance as well.
Pastor Craig Davis proclaims the gospel through the account of the great flood, demonstrating how God both judges unrighteousness and mercifully saves his people.
In Genesis 25, Abraham’s personal story comes to an end, but the greater story of Abraham continues. Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in Genesis as the story focuses on a particular descendent of Abraham and we see his blessing continue to us.
As Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in Genesis, we continue the story of Isaac and Rebekah. We have seen a father sending and a servant going; we now see a beautiful bride returning to a worthy son waiting.
Continuing the story of the search for a bride suitable for Abraham’s heir, we see a father, a son, and a faithful servant. How does this story point us to Christ? Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in Genesis where God continues relating his story.
As we arrive in chapter 24 of Genesis we find oaths, solemn and astonishing. What do these oaths mean for us, and will they be kept?
Abraham buys a burial plot from Ephron the Hittite. What is the application to us? Is the point of the passage to teach us about real estate purchases? Negotiation? A lesson in customs and manners for the immigrant sojourner? Probably not…and Pastor Craig Davis expounds the text to answer this question.
A brief passage with strange names – could even this snippet carry important news to us today, or is it a mere historical trifle to be skipped past on the way to more interesting and relevant stories? Pastor Craig Davis examines the news of Nahor’s sons in light of other Scripture to answer this question.