As Advent celebrations draw to a close and the celebration of the Incarnation draws nigh, Pastor Davis brings us to a culmination of Abraham’s story in Genesis, weaving it together with the greater divine story found throughout Scripture.
In the continued exposition of Genesis 22, Pastor Davis preaches gospel and brings our attention to some substitutes appearing here and in other parts of Scripture.
A good test doesn’t just demand a bare regurgitation of facts; a good test shows what kind of person the test-taker is. Continuing his exposition of Genesis 22, Pastor Davis points out that the testing of Abraham does that and more.
Pastor Davis continues the series through Genesis as Abraham is presented with a test.
Abraham’s complicated international relations continue in another encounter with Abimalech.
As Abraham’s family conflict comes to a resolution, certain lines are drawn for us very clearly as Pastor Davis continues exposition of Genesis 21.
Pastor Davis continues his exposition of Genesis 21.
If you were to sum up Genesis 21:1-7 in a single word, what would it be? As Pastor Davis demonstrates, the answer might amuse you.
In part two of “International Relations”, we find an interestingly parallel pattern of “Accusation, Explanation, Restoration” – this time between Abimalech and Abraham. Could even Abimalech’s nation be part of God’s blessings to Abraham? Pastor Davis continues his exposition of Genesis and explaining how these encounters reveal more about God’s plan of redemption than might initially meet the eye.
Preaching from Genesis 20:2-7, Pastor Davis begins to explore the encounter between Abraham and Abimalech, revealing more about each of them and God’s promises.