Dale Ralph Davis is well known for his masterful ability to preach the Old Testament historical texts. He has written commentaries in the Focus on the Bible series covering the historical books from Joshua and 2 Kings. In 2010 he delivered this message at the Trinity Baptist Pastor’s Conference in New Jersey.
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Dale Ralph Davis tackles one of the most troublesome issues Christians face as he teaches through 1 Kings 17. How are we to understand the trials we face? Are they a result of our sin — or something else? How should we respond to passages like John 9:3 and Psalm 103:10? As Davis teaches about the widow’s plight in 1 Kings he provides us with a very needed doctrine of the perplexities of God that should release us from the burdens we often assume as we wrestle with our difficulties.
Enduring the Perplexities of God >>>
Dale Ralph Davis is widely regarded as one of the most gifted Old Testament expositors today. His commentaries on the Old Testament are treasures of expositional teaching.
Monergism has put together a collection of 15 sermons by Davis on the Psalms. If you’ve never heard Davis preach I can think of no better collection of sermons to begin with.
Prayer for a Dark Morning – Psalm 5:1-12
God’s Lullaby – Psalm 4:1-8
Praying on the Run – Psalm 3:1-8
God Is Mixed Up in Politics – Psalm 2:1-12
Thanksgiving in July – Psalm 116:1-19
When the Bad Guys Win – Psalm 73:1-28
When Everything Falls Apart – Psalm 11:1-7
Relief Begins with an “F” – Psalm 32:1-11
Teach Me the Patience of Unanswered Prayer – Psalm 88:1-18
The God Who Is There – Psalm 139:1-24
Amnesia and Praise Don’t Mix – Psalm 105:1-35
Faith – From Crying to Confidence – Psalm 13:1-6
Praying Among the Ruins – Psalm 74:1-23
A God To Be Thankful For – Psalm 104:1-35
A Few Years in God’s School – Psalm 2:11-25
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Aisquith Presbyterian Church in Parkville, Maryland, has an incredible archive of sermons by many well-known names such as Walter Kaiser, John Gerstner, James Boice, O. Palmer Robertson, and a trove of over 200 sermons by Dale Ralph Davis.
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If you’re looking at excellent preaching through Old Testament history, Davis is one you will want to hear. Davis is well known for his ability to expound on Old Testament history, and has also written many very excellent commentaries on these.
This series is on 2 Samuel.
A Worshiper Before God’s Holiness mp3>>>
A Friend Under God’s Covenant mp3>>>
A Sinner Under God’s Grace mp3>>>
A Believer Under God’s Rod mp3>>>
A Kingdom Under God’s Protection mp3>>>
Woodland Presbyterian Church, Hattiesburg MS
Dale Ralph Davis is well known for his excellent Old Testament commentaries, and his book ‘The Word Became Fresh: How to Preach from Old Testament Narrative Texts’. Davis use be professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary.