Pastor Craig Davis concludes both Psalm 89 and his series “Songs of the Eighties” with the psalmist reminding God of His promises and painting a clear picture of the Savior coming to fulfill them.
As Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in the Psalms, “Songs of the Eighties”, we come to a song which could easily be construed as containing nothing but depression, despair, and hopelessness. Yet we find ourselves not without hope, for the Light of the World himself at one time sang (and meant) this psalm and it is thanks to his death and resurrection that our song does not end in darkness.
Pastor Craig Davis continues his series “Songs of the Eighties” with Psalm 87, proclaiming the good news of Christ to the nations gathered into God’s holy city.
Pastor Craig Davis continues his series “Songs of the 80s” with Psalm 86, a prayer of David crying out for the Lord to hear and a cry to all of God’s people to heed His great salvation.
Psalm 84 has us long for a happy place, and in his continuing series on the Psalms Pastor Craig Davis helps us focus in on the place the Psalmist had in mind.
Are you comfortable with a God who is not only loving but also an avenger? Are you comfortable not only with such a God existing, but also with asking Him to destroy His enemies? Pastor Craig Davis continues his exposition of the Psalms with Psalm 83, a prayer for just such vengeance.
Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in the “songs of the 80s” with Psalm 82 as it higlights the might and sovereignty of the one true Judge.
Pastor Craig Davis preaches on Psalm 81, where God calls His people to faithfulness and feasting.