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Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times

The Last Days According to Daniel

Daniel 12 – March 26, 2000

Our journey through Daniel ends today. When we began in November, I noted in my first sermon that there were only 55 days until Y2K, which turned out to be a huge non-event. I also mentioned three reasons for studying this book. Those reasons seem even more relevant today than they did then. We should […]

Who is the Antichrist?

Daniel 11 – March 19, 2000

Daniel 11 reveals important information about the coming world ruler called the Antichrist. Secular writers have predicted the emergency of “extreme evil.” Christians are called to be bold and live in hope because the future is in God’s hands.

War in Heavenly Places

Daniel 10 – March 5, 2000

This is one of those times when the sermon title is important. The title “War in Heavenly Places” not only describes this sermon, it also tells us what Daniel 10 is all about. This chapter, which is often overlooked, reveals to us a cosmic struggle between the forces of good and evil. It tells of […]

A Peek into God’s Calendar

Daniel 9:24-27 – February 27, 2000

My text has long been considered the most important passage in the book of Daniel. For 2000 years Christians have debated its true meaning. It is the key to prophetic interpretation and the backbone of biblical prophecy. If you understand what these verses mean, you will have a good framework for understanding all that the […]

The Positive Power of Prayer

Daniel 9:1-23 – February 20, 2000

I suppose that most of us know the final words of James 5:16, “The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.” This oft-quoted promise reminds us that when righteous people call out to God, their prayers actually change things. But we tend to forget the first half of that verse: “Therefore confess your […]

Goats 1, Rams 0

Daniel 8 – February 6, 2000

Before we jump into this chapter, several observations are in order. First, Daniel 8 on the surface appears to be dry as dust history in that it tells a story about a vision that was fulfilled in history over 2000 years ago. Second, the specific focus of the chapter centers around a time period that […]

Animal Parade

Daniel 7 – January 30, 2000

A generation ago Ray Stedman put the matter this way: All voices agree together, secular and sacred alike, that we are coming to an unprecedented time of trouble in the world, and we shall never again see anything that could be regarded as normal times. As I read those words they seem as fresh to […]

How to Tame Lions

Daniel 6 – January 23, 2000

The story of Daniel in the lion’s den is one of the best-known and best-loved stories in all the Bible. Little children love it and Sunday school teachers love to tell it. In the days of slavery this story became the basis of many Negro spirituals. It has encouraged the people of God for thousands […]

God’s Graffiti

Daniel 5 – January 16, 2000

Babylon became great because of the sovereign blessing of God. In their greatness they forgot about God and began to take him for granted. God judged them and they were no longer a great nation. In the end God judges that nations who forget him, and that judgment often comes at the hands of another nation God raises up for that very purpose.

The King Who Went Crazy

Daniel 4 – January 9, 2000

God deals with Nebuchadnezzar’s pride. Application: The moment you start taking credit for anything, you’re just daring God to come and smack you around. God won’t share his glory with anyone and he won’t sit idly by while we attempt to shove him out of the picture. If we choose not to listen to God, he turns up the volume until he has our undivided attention.

But If Not

Daniel 3:17-18 – December 5, 1999

The word martyr has the sound of antiquity about it. It’s a word that belongs to the days of Jesus and the apostles, and to the persecuted early Christians who were thrown to the lions in Rome. A few of us have read in Foxe’s Book of Martyrs about the persecution of God’s children across […]

A Time to Disobey

Daniel 3 – November 28, 1999

Is it ever right for a Christian to disobey the law? Or are we always obligated to obey the law under all circumstances? What do you say? What does the Bible say? More and more we are faced with this question—not as an abstract idea but as a live possibility. My own personal background leads […]

The World According to God

Daniel 2 – November 21, 1999

This is one of the pivotal chapters of the Bible. Daniel 2 contains important truth about world history from God’s point of view. You won’t learn what this chapter teaches at any secular university, yet it is entirely trustworthy. One writer calls Daniel 2 “the Prophetic Alphabet” because in it you find the ABCs of […]

Dare to be a Daniel

Daniel 1:8-21 – November 14, 1999

The key to this passage is found in the very first verse: “But Daniel resolved …” The King James Version says, “But Daniel purposed in his heart.” Another translation says he “made up his mind.” Everything else flows from this. Life is a series of choices. As mighty oaks from small acorns grow, we make […]

The Four Freshmen: How the World Tries to Seduce the Church

Daniel 1:1-7 – November 7, 1999

This morning we begin a brand-new series called Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times. With Y2K only 55 days away, and with the recent Newsweek cover story on Bible prophecy called “The Way the World Ends,” this seems like the right time to investigate this ancient book. Why study the book of Daniel? Here are […]

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