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  • Draw A Line In The Sand

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Oct 27, 2020

    Daniel was a man of God and just like him, we have to draw a line of where we will allow this world to take us. we have be be people of integrity.

    Draw a line in the sand Daniel chapter 3 Turn in your bible to the OT Book of Daniel. Let me begin reading in chapter 3 Daniel 3:1-2, 4-6 The sermon this morning is entitled “Drawing a line in the sand”. Where do you draw your line? Where won’t you cross and what won’t you do? If you have not more

  • "faith To Face The Fire"

    Contributed by David Henderson on Nov 4, 2020
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    If there is anything that can get your attention, it’s a fire. As a child I remember our neighbor’s house caught on fire and I watched from our window as the house was burning down.

    “Faith to Face the Fire” Daniel 3:1-30 and 1 Peter 4:12 If there is anything that can get your attention, it’s a fire. As a child I remember our neighbor’s house caught on fire and I watched from our window as the house was burning down. Later in life the church we grew up in had a fire and the more

  • Instant Idolatry Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    This incident in Babylon shows us that Christians are justified in getting involved in politics, but also in resisting a government that compels obedience to what is contrary to the will of God.

    Alfred North Whitehead said, "The key note of idolatry is contentment with the prevalent gods." Nebuchadnezzar, as we saw in the conclusion of chapter 2, had been convinced that Jehovah was the God of gods. Even after this, however, he did not feel compelled to forsake his lesser gods. more

  • The Infleunce Of Worship Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Oct 20, 2019

    My life has been greatly influenced by worship. This influence was due, in part, to those who were willing to engage in genuine worship. Our worship should impact and influence the lives of others.

    The Influence of Worship Daniel 3: 1-30 Worship has impacted and influenced my life for many years now. I have been saved for over 36 years and I have been privileged with the opportunity to worship the Lord for all of those years. Many times, the worship experience has touched and affected my more

  • I Trust God

    Contributed by Dr. Jwt Spies on Apr 18, 2020
    based on 4 ratings

    It does not matter what you do to me, I Trust God

    Let me say this to every person that is on the live this morning, can I tell you that I don’t know what kind of trials you’re going through, I don’t know what issues, that you are dealing with, and I don’t know what oppositions that you are facing. But I have something to tell you and that is after more

  • Trust Series

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Jan 22, 2019

    Learning to trust Jesus in all things

    Corner posts of our Faith “Trust” Today once again we will visit our corner posts series In this on-going series we have addressed and will continue to address Corner posts of our faith That is ----strong foundations – things we can build on These are concepts that are critical to developing more

  • The Character Of A Disciple: Integrity Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on May 18, 2018

    When a person has "integrity," our words, actions, values, beliefs, principles, character, our hearts are one. As disciples of Jesus, who was the embodiment of integrity, our words and actions, our values are integral, are one, with our Lord.

    “Caveat emptor” … “Buyer beware” … because what you see, well … it’s not what you always get … and that’s been the case, it seems, ever since we’ve been banned from the Garden of Eden. We get our word “integrity” from a very ancient practice that was done to scam the consumers of pottery jugs and more

  • 3 Men Who Walked Through Fire Series

    Contributed by John Gaston on Feb 26, 2021
    based on 4 ratings

    Worldly society is pressuring Christians to agree that sinful lifestyles and habits are normal and acceptable . We need courage to stand for what God says in His Word, the Bible. The 3 Hebrews set an example by refusing to acquiesce to the king's demands.

    3 MEN WHO WALKED THROUGH FIRE Dan. 3:1-30, Msg. INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: CONVERSATION WITH THE TAXI DRIVER 1. People love to visit the Promised Land. Jack visited for the first time and as soon as his plane landed, he got a taxi to take him to his hotel. 2. The taxi driver was very friendly. more

  • Men Of Conviction

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Apr 7, 2022

    When we talk about Bible convictions, we are not talking about preferences.

    Illus: David Gibbs, is a lawyer that has fought many battles in the court room on the difference between convictions and preferences. According to the US Supreme Court - • A preference is a very strong belief, held with great strength. A preference is a strong belief, but a belief that you will more

  • Lessons Learned From The Mistakes Of A King Series

    Contributed by Dr. Dave Hartson on Apr 14, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    Let's look at Nebuchadnezzar's mistakes and learn from them.

    Lessons Learned from the Mistakes of a King Dave Hartson / General How is Your Shine / Da 3:1–9   Introduction As we turned to Chapter 3 in the Book of Daniel, it has been seventeen years since Arioch, the captain of the Babylonian guard, has brought Daniel into the presence of the more

  • In The Heat Of The Night (Or Day) - God Is Our Preserver #1 Series

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Aug 22, 2020

    No matter what is going on in our lives, no matter the fires we experience, God is our preserver. He may not rescue us from the fire today, but will rescue us from the fires of Hell in the end if we are faithful to Him.

    Introduction When we think of summer, what’s the first thing we think of? Usually the heat. Temperatures in the 90s. High humidity making it feel like it’s over 100O. We think of vacations. We think of taking time off work for a few days to get away from the hectic rat-race of our lives. We more

  • Daniel 3: Conquering Insecurity Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Sep 3, 2020

    1) Play to the right audience (God), 2) Trust God for lasting security, 3) Commit to what is right. Neb is insecure, while Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego are secure in God!

    CONQUERING INSECURITY—Daniel 3 I wonder how many of us here this morning struggle with insecurity. Maybe you don’t feel good enough—attractive, competent, successful enough. Maybe you don’t feel that your opinions are valued—you are not respected, or you don’t have a lot of influence. Maybe you more

  • Love, Faithfulness, Righteousness, Peace And Kissing???

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Sep 30, 2020

    Psalm 85:10 is a tiny verse found almost directly in the middle of the Bible. This verse holds the key to a holy life and it tells us how to find it in a most poetic way.

    Love, Faithfulness, Righteousness, Peace and Kissing Today we will be reading from Psalm 23 Today we will be looking at Peace What is peace? How can I get me some of that??? The world thinks they know. Today I typed “how to find peace” into my duck-duck-go search bar and this is what came more

  • Daniel - A Furnace Of Fire Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on May 26, 2023

    Their loyalty to God could not be threatened or coerced or manipulated. It didn’t exist only when times were good and things were going their way, No!! It was constant, fierce and unshakable:

    May 27, 2023 Daniel had said that Nebuchadnezzar was the head of gold – GOOD – but he also said that Nebuchadnezzar’s kingdom would come to an end – BAD. After a period of time, Nebuchadnezzar’s pride and arrogance got the better of him and he “forgot” the role the God of the Universe had more

  • Faith And Fortitude Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Jul 1, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    In Daniel 3:1-30, we learn how God calls believers to deal with pluralism and pain.

    Introduction The Book of Daniel is about Daniel. You may recall that Daniel was deported from Jerusalem to Babylon when he was about fifteen years old. Three friends were exiled to Babylon with Daniel, along with thousands of other Jewish leaders. Daniel and his three friends spent the rest of more