Today we are going to start another series of sermons in Daniel. I know we have not yet finished John. We will return to John. However, at this time, I believe it would be good for us to spend some time with Daniel. The book of Daniel takes us along with Daniel to Babylon, where he served for about 70…
Introduction Last week we looked at the Rise of Greece The division of Alexander the Great’s empire into four parts. The Rise of the Seleucid king, Antiochus IV His persecution of the Jews. =============== Then we transitioned to his greater and later counterpart, the end times antichrist. He will win…
Be resolved! Book of Daniel
Tell me! (Telephone ringing slide) _ _ _ _ _ _ do not read below_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Wise men were not very wise were they? But God’s wisdom was made known to Daniel and now time to let the king know the meaning of the dream. (Intro/illustration) You went to the doctor, you told him your symptoms, he did…
Be Resolved: Book of Daniel
History Lesson Chapter 10 of Daniel introduces the final vision of Daniel. It is important to pay attention to context. It is a prophesy, a specific prophesy as it will impact specific people. 14 “Now I have come to give you an understanding of what will happen to your people in the latter days, for…
Prayer That Works
Last week we began a series called Prayer that Works. We looked Elijah’s prayer and how we can pray like a righteous man. Today we are going to look at the prayer of Daniel. How many of you pray a prayer and then you feel like giving up? Supposedly this is a true story. There was a Welsh Woman who lived…
STANDING STRONG IN A GODLESS SOCIETY Daniel 6:1-17 Daniel 6:1-17 Have you ever felt difficulty because of your walk with the Lord? Have you ever felt like this whole world was against you? A Christian who is walking forward for Christ carrying his cross with him, is going to face some hardships and some…
Intro 4 Dios no perdonó a los ángeles cuando pecaron, sino que los arrojó al abismo, metiéndolos en tenebrosas cavernas y reservándolos para el juicio. Pecado https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nt5vWY81H30 Jesus 21 Al que no cometió pecado alguno, por nosotros Dios lo trató como pecador, para que en él…
His Kingdom Come
In a political uncertainty world, it is easy to become frustrated and upset when life is not going our way. These occurrences happen to everyone, including King Belshazzar, who has witnessed a terrifying image such as human handwriting on the wall that spells his kingdom's end. Only Daniel can interpret what God has written. In the end, Belshazzar idolatry and pride cuts short his kingdom reign. The only certainty God's people can have is Jesus is control of every circumstance, even the fall, and rise of earthly kingdoms. We learn from Belshazzar to turn away from idolatry and worship the only king who lives forever.
M. V. Pereira • Sermon • • 47 views • 1:06:19
As Christians who live in a world opposed to God how can we not simply survive in our environment, but thrive? There are powerful examples and principles available to us by examining the faith of men of God who were taken into Babylon.
His Kingdom Come
The Christian journey is a life full of blessings, glory, and greatness that falls down heaven and lands on God's people. In the fourth chapter of Daniel, we come across a powerful king, King Nebuchadnezzar, who once praises God, but then later steals God's divine glory by claiming his greatness. The story takes a turn for the worse for the king. He is subjected to living outside of the kingdom as a wild animal until he recognizes who gave him his glory, greatness, and blessings. We learn that all glory, power, and dominion belong to God, and only through humbling ourselves, we shine in God's great glory in this world and the world to come.