Concluding his series “Songs of the Nineties”, Pastor Craig Davis offers an abundance of reasons from Psalm 99 to exalt the holy Lord we worship as our God.
In step with the Christmas celebration of Christ’s incarnation, Pastor Craig Davis preaches joy to the world from Psalm 98.
The Lord is sovereign over all things, and his sovereignty must be acknowledged. In Psalm 97 we find both doom and deliverance – law and gospel, even advent promises. Pastor Craig Davis continues his series in the Psalms as we continue to celebrate this season of anticipation for the birth of Christ.
In this gospel song going out to all nations, the psalmist proclaims God’s glorious victory and we as his people are called to continually sing his praises anew. Pastor Craig Davis preaches this good news and reminds us of how we are to sing this new song.
Does Psalm 95 qualify as a “praise and worship” song? It starts off strong and then…gets uncomfortable. Pastor Craig Davis shows us how even Psalm 95, with its provocative warning, proclaims good news to God’s people.
Pastor Craig Davis continues his series “Songs of the Nineties” with a psalm of vengeance and recompense: Psalm 94. Yet even in an “uncomfortable” psalm, a prayer calling for God’s justice and vengeance upon the wicked, we find blessed assurance for those in Christ.
Pastor Craig Davis preaches exposition from a song for the Lord’s Day, a delightful proclamation of the King’s glory, our rest, and the fruitfulness we are privileged to enjoy through him.
Pastor Craig Davis preaches joyous gospel news of eternal protection as proclaimed by the psalmist in the promises of Psalm 91.
Pastor Craig Davis begins the “Songs of the Nineties” with Psalm 90, reminding us of our frailty and thereby pointing us to the one true foundation of our hope.