Sermon from Craig Edwards| Worship leader: Tawnya Hons (songs below)
Passage: Psalm 19
This psalm of David begins by referring to the heavens and the sky as proofs of God's creative work. The first verse uses Hebrew terms similar to those found in the first verses of Genesis. The existence, structure, and details of nature shout the reality of a Creator.
David states this revelation continues both night and day. The point is not merely that nature looks impressive. The function of the universe also announces the incredible design of God.
David concludes the Psalm with prayer. David not only wants to obey God, but he also seeks to please Him, in words and thoughts, as well. David addresses God as Lord, rock, and redeemer. This final verse has served as a model, not only for prayer but also for songs of praise for much of Christian history.
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Songs for this week:
A Christian's Daily Prayer, Sovereign Grace Music
All Creatures of Our God and King, Hymn
This is My Father's World, Hymn
Psalm 19, Poor Bishop Hooper