Contributed on Mar 11, 2006
In Daniel 1:1-8 we learn about several strategies that are designed to bring about compromise. We also learn about the response designed to bring about conviction.
Contributed on Mar 16, 2006
Daniel 1:8-21 gives us three distinguishing marks of a true hero in any age.
Contributed on Mar 30, 2006
In this sermon from Daniel 2:1-18 we see how Daniel responded when the bottom dropped out of his life, when he faced a crisis.
Contributed on Apr 7, 2006
In this message we notice Daniel’s second response to a crisis. (His first response was in Daniel 2:1-18.) Daniel responded to the crisis in a way that sets him apart as a man worthy of imitation.
Contributed on Apr 23, 2006
In this text we learn about the meaning of history. There have been a number of human kingdoms, but God is going to establish his kingdom, which will last for all eternity.
Contributed on May 4, 2006
This sermon examines the biblical description of faith. What is faith? One way to get a better picture of biblical faith is to gain a clear understanding of what biblical faith is not.
Contributed on May 11, 2006
This passage is a graphic illustration of the biblical truth that God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.
Contributed on Jun 9, 2006
In this sermon Daniel displayed some rare and remarkable virtues. These are personal integrity, steadfast faithfulness, and authentic spirituality.
Contributed on Jun 17, 2006
Daniel was now facing his toughest test yet. In our study of this test I want you to see two very important truths that are meant by God to help you through the tests that you will inevitably face in life.