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Great Gospel, Loud Worship



Brett Younker continues in our collection Kings & Kingdoms, Brett walks us through David’s words in Psalm 30 and shows us how the gospel leads us into a life of worship.

Key Takeaway

Worship is our lifeline in a world where all the systems are falling apart. Psalm 30 explains how God truly cares about us in every way and worship is a natural response to His love.

1) God loves to rescue and deliver those who need help.

It's part of his nature. Throughout Scripture, God is constantly rescuing and delivering His people. God ordained Joseph to help deliver his family during a famine. Moses was chosen to help deliver God's people from slavery and oppression in Egypt to flourish in the Promised Land.

Jesus came to save all of us through His sacrifice on the cross so that we may live with Him forever in eternity in Heaven, not in Hell where we would be justly punished for our sins. God is constantly moving towards His people on their behalf.

2) God responds to our cries for help.

God actually cares. The God who created the universe is inclined towards His children and He hears our cries.

In order to respond to us and save us from the pit, He got into the pit with us. God is not afraid of what is in our pits and will still move towards us, not away from us. Because He came down to us, we never have to be alone.

Instead, we walk in freedom, redemption, and healing with Him.

3) When our gospel is great, our songs get loud.

We cannot manufacture a "worship culture", the motives would not be focused on God Himself, the subject of our worship. However, where the gospel is alive and people are going from death to life, the culture will automatically shift to one of worship.

We cannot help but express our gratitude and adoration when we respond to all that God has done for us and others.


"What drives you, motivates you, what you spend your time, energy, talents and money on, where you go to find satisfaction, that's what you worship."

Brett Younker

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Scripture References

  • Psalm 30
  • Philippians 2:6-7
  • Genesis 45:7
  • Exodus 3:7-10
  • 1 John 4:19
  • Psalm 40:1
Brett Younker Brett Younker is a pastor, worship leader, and songwriter at Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia. His heart is to help people see and know Jesus in a real way through preaching, teaching, music, or just hanging out. Over the last decade, Brett has helped carry the heart of Passion Music and the Passion Movement to the world, calling a generation to live for the glory of God. Brett has helped write many songs the Church is singing, including “Build My Life,” Fall Like Rain,” Christ Our King,” God, You’re So Good,” “Holy Ground,” “Worthy of Your Name,” and many others. He also hosts a podcast called Jesus Songs that explores the stories of some of the songs we sing each week in church. Brett and his wife, Aynsley, have three kids and a dog named Sgt Pepper.