As we continue our study of the book of Daniel, we stop for a moment to look at how God used his reputation. Our reputations are important to God, too. This sermon highlights examples of how God uses those with a good reputation, and how we can work with God to develop and keep a good name.
As we continue to discover important truths from the Book of Daniel, we find those principles apply to our lives in 2016. Today we discover a parallel with science that tells us how to be successful in life no matter the circumstances or people around us!
Continuing in our series on Daniel in Babylon, Pastor Mark’s son Ben (Chief of Staff and Senior Staff Attorney to the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court) draws from his own experiences working with a modern-day Daniel. Ben focuses on how to not just survive, but thrive, when people and circumstances are arrayed against you.
Today we’re discussing another unique story from the Book of Daniel, the “handwriting on the wall” from Daniel 5. In this life, the handwriting appears on the wall for each one of us at varying times and in varying degrees. How do you successfully walk through those times and arrive unscathed in the new reality? That’s what we’ll explore today.
In this series of messages, we’re exploring what the Bible has to say about living godly in a non-Christian, even antagonistic, society through the book of Daniel. This particular week we examine an amazing story of confrontation and rescue from Daniel 3 and answer the question: Are there idols in our modern world and how do we deal with them in a life-filled way?
Daniel was thrust into a challenging and ungodly environment in Babylon. But he thrived, physically and spiritually. It’s because he made one life-changing decision. This sermon describes that decision, and the model it sets for us to thrive in today’s culture.
The Old Testament prophet Daniel was taken to Babylon at an early age. His experience in a foreign and ungodly culture is similar to what we are beginning to experience as Christians in America. This sermon shows some of the lies that have infected our culture, and what the Scriptures say about those issues.