Sermon Series
  • 1. Serving In Captivity

    Contributed on May 6, 2021
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    What would we do if our country ever came under siege by a foreign nation that did not believe in God? How could we practice our faith, and how could we live according to biblical principles?

    I have entitled our message this morning “Serving in Captivity,” as we’ll be examining the events surrounding the Babylonian captivity of 587 B.C. What would we, as believers, do if our country ever came under siege by a foreign nation that did not believe in God or His Son, Jesus Christ? How ...read more

  • 2. A Time To Stand

    Contributed on May 6, 2021
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    What are some specific circumstances that signal oppression by a government? And, as believers, what should be our first course of action, and when should we speak the truth?

    In our last message in this series, I asked the following questions: “What would we, as believers, do if our country ever came under siege by a foreign nation that did not believe in God or His Son, Jesus Christ?” “How could we practice our Christian faith and live according to biblical principles ...read more

  • 3. Writing On The Wall

    Contributed on May 6, 2021
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    Babylon, like Israel, was in danger of judgment and being taken by a foreign nation. This message views the reason why a country falls from God’s grace, causing Him to lift His hedge of protection.

    In our last two messages from this series, I asked us to consider this important question: “What would we, as believers, do if our country ever came under siege by a foreign nation that did not believe in God or His Son, Jesus Christ?” In the most recent of our previous messages, we learned some ...read more

  • 4. A Time To Kneel

    Contributed on May 6, 2021
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    This message looks at some tactics the enemy will use to discredit God's people. We can fight back through prayer. Daniel actually stood for his faith while on his knees in prayer.

    In our second message from this series, I mentioned how when we live according to biblical principles, working “as to the Lord and not to men” (Colossians 3:23), that we will receive God’s favor and be promoted to a place of prominence. I also cautioned that those who are favored by God are hated ...read more

  • 5. A Time To Repent

    Contributed on May 6, 2021
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    Daniel took it on himself to intercede for the entire nation. He was just one person; yet the Lord heard his prayer. God will intervene on behalf of the few who fear His name and seek His face.

    In our message today, we’re going to view Daniel’s prayer of repentance for the nation of Israel. Donald S. Whitney says of prayer, that God “expects us to pray just as a general expects to hear from his soldiers in the battle” and that “prayer is a walkie-talkie for warfare, not a domestic ...read more

  • 6. The Unseen Battle

    Contributed on May 6, 2021
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    In addition to a prayer of repentance, Daniel also offered up a prayer for the release of the Jews from their captivity in Babylon. Yet, the answer to his prayer was delayed, and it had something to do with an unseen battle.

    In Daniel chapter 9 (which I said would be our last message in this series) we see where Daniel took it on himself to intercede on behalf of all the people of Israel who were in captivity in Babylon; and Daniel was just one individual, yet the Lord heard his supplication. Daniel’s prayer reminds ...read more