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  • Without A Doubt PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    The power of unwavering faith in God, as demonstrated by Daniel in the face of adversity, and encourages us to trust and believe in Jesus for our own victories.

    Good morning, family! Today, we're diving into the book of Daniel, specifically Daniel 6:1-28 - a story that truly reflects the power of faith in Christ, the strength of trusting in God, and the victory of believing in Jesus. As we journey through this passage, let's keep in mind the words of the more

  • An Excellent Spirit PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 27, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explore the power of an excellent spirit, as demonstrated by Daniel in the Bible, and inspire the congregation to pursue godliness in their lives.

    Good morning, church family! I hope you’re all feeling blessed today. We're about to dive into a powerful message from the Word of God, specifically Daniel 6:1-3. The theme of our sermon today is the power of an excellent spirit and the example of Daniel and the fruit of godliness. As John more

  • Gratitude PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 2, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explores how gratitude, faith, and strength can be found in adversity, using the biblical story of Daniel in the lion's den as an example.

    Hey there, everyone! We're so glad you've joined us today. We're all family here, connected by our shared love and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. We've got a pretty incredible topic lined up for today's sermon. We're going to be talking about gratitude, faith, and the extraordinary strength that more

  • Honoring God At Work

    Contributed by Bradley Kellum on Sep 7, 2009
    based on 13 ratings

    Ever felt like you were thrown to the lions at work? How did you handle it? Daniel struggled with how to please God and his boss at work. Daniel 6:1-28 shows us how to honor God at work.

    “HONORING GOD AT WORK” DANIEL 6:1-28 September 6, 2009 (Labor Day) ________________________________________ Welcome to BBC on this beautiful Labor Day Weekend. Today, we’re going to talk about “Honoring God at Work”. Pete Hammond once studied 40 of the highest profile people from the Bible. more

  • Christians In The Workplace

    Contributed by Dan Santiago on Aug 30, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    God’s people should give their best in the workplace.

    CHRISTIANS IN THE WORKPLACE Daniel 6:1-28 Let us read Daniel 6:1-28 to find out what is expected from God’s people in the workplace. Read the text. EXPOSITION God’s people should give their best in the workplace. Working in a non-Christian environment is not an excuse to mediocrity. No more

  • Moving What Matters To The Middle Series

    Contributed by David Flowers on Mar 13, 2009

    Part 8 in series Slowing Down, Dave continues examining what it means to restructure life so that God is at the center.

    Moving What Matters to the Middle Slowing Down, part 8 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers January 24, 2009 Tonight I want to talk to you about moving what matters to the middle. Remember two weeks ago we were talking about how you and I are, like Daniel in the Bible, stranded in Babylon. more

  • The Expatriate (A Success Story)

    Contributed by Randy Bataanon on Nov 23, 2009
    based on 118 ratings

    When everything seems falling apart, can I still pursue my dreams? Let’s hear The 7 Advices from a very succesful expatriate

    THE EXPATRIATE By: Randy Bataanon Daniel 6:1-28 (Seven advices from a very successful expatriate) He was born from a rich and royal family in his country. He is studying law in a state manage but first class university. He is handsome, intelligent and godly man. Everybody predict a bright future more

  • Staying Out Of The Lions

    Contributed by Ken Sowers on Nov 10, 2002
    based on 17 ratings

    Study in the life of Daniel

    Fear dominates us with a need for security Media sells fear Fear learned early - eyeballs freeze that way - poke your eye out with a stick Dreams and hopes are dissolved by fear - (experiment here?) Why Worry? 59 Million suffer heart disease, 53 million migraines, 25 million more

  • Choosing The Fire Series

    Contributed by Kurt Heisey on Nov 4, 2002
    based on 13 ratings

    In our culture of non-committal this message encourages us to look trouble, trials, difficulties in the face and not compromise or be moved from the will of God for our lives. Instead of running from trouble, we run to Jesus and find His strength and grac

    Determining the will of God (3) (Choosing the Fire) 11/03/2002 I. Review of last 2 messages on determining the will of God A. We saw 3 different things to consider 1. Prov. 11:4 - Multitude of counselors 2. Amos 3:3 -- Power of agreement 3. Heb. 13:17 -- Relating to authority B. Last week we more

  • See Yourself Standing Before The Seated One

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Nov 7, 2002
    based on 56 ratings

    sermon on Last Judgment Sunday - standing before God

    November 10, 2002 Daniel 7:9-10 “As I looked, thrones were set in place, and the Ancient of Days took his seat. His clothing was as white as snow; the hair of his head was white like wool. His throne was flaming with fire, and its wheels were all ablaze. 10 A river of fire was flowing, coming more

  • Custom Of Prayer Series

    Contributed by Dennis Lawrence on Mar 30, 2003
    based on 4 ratings

    Before Easter is a good time to re-evaluate your prayer life. Do you practice the custom of prayer? It is the key to your spiritual growth.

    Custom of Prayer Please read along with me the beginning of Daniel 6- especially v. 10, where we learn about Daniel’s custom of praying. Read on for a few verses to see the trouble that praying got Daniel into. Daniel had a custom of praying. He was known for praying and people even knew something more

  • Stand Up For Jesus

    Contributed by Edward Frey on Oct 29, 2002
    based on 55 ratings

    Faith in Christ enables us to stand up for him.

    An elderly man decided to oppose the system. He wasn’t being a rebel. He wasn’t out on a mission to be different. He was only following the Word of God that had passed down to him. But this made him stand out all the more. Of course, I’m speaking of Daniel. He lived in a unique period of more

  • Can I Have Faith When People Are Out To Get Me? Series

    Contributed by Brian Garner on Aug 15, 2003
    based on 13 ratings

    Your actions speak just as loudly as your words, and your character does shine through. You can have faith when people are out to get you if you are a person of integrity.

    Can I Have Faith When People Are Out To Get Me? You can have faith when people are out to get you if you are a person of integrity. What Is Integrity? It’s being a person like Daniel. Dictionary Definition: • Uprightness of character; honesty. • Unimpaired state; soundness. • Undivided or more

  • Moral Law & Civil Disobedience Series

    Contributed by John Knight on Jul 21, 2003
    based on 39 ratings

    A look at the life of Daniel; civil disobedience.

    Series: When Cultures Collide Topic: Moral Law & Civil Disobedience August 4, 2002 Daniel 6 Introduction: Pledge Of Allegiance Rise of patriotic fervor over last year 1) acts of terror -like the firefighter on Time we shroud ourselves in our American identity -commercial "I am an more

  • Excellence Is Next To Godliness

    Contributed by John Slythe on Mar 5, 2003
    based on 61 ratings

    Do we serve in excellence? Or do we go through the motions in church as usual. Daniel was a man of excellence service because he served a God of Excellent deliverance.

    Excellence is Next to Godliness We have a familiar saying in the world today. “Cleanliness is next to godliness”. I don’t like that saying. It’s not because I’m a slob. Believe me, I’m not a slob. At least, not a professional slob. Sure I’ve left my fair share of dirty laundry lying around more