Our knowledge of God is inextricably linked with our worship of God. However, if we fail to understand the relationship between our theology and doxology, the results can be disastrous. On the one hand, if our knowledge of God (theology) doesn’t inspire whole-hearted praise and devotion to our God (doxology), the result is a cold, dead, and religious orthodoxy. But if our doxology isn’t properly informed by a robust, biblical theology, the result will be idolatry – “they did not honor him as God” (Rom. 1:21)! Psalm 145 provides us with a wonderful illustration of the relationship between our knowledge and worship of God. In this sermon, Pastor Dave explores some of the glorious attributes of our glorious God and encourages believers to “speak the praise of the Lord, and let all flesh bless his holy name forever and ever” (Ps. 145:21).
March 27, 2023
Renewed and Reassured, part 2 (Isaiah 44:6-23)
After the promises made in Isaiah 44:1-5, the Lord Yahweh speaks once more to remind Israel of his uniqueness, that he is the one and only God, and to reassure…
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