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Book of Daniel
Theme: "Be Faithful...no matter what!"
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." Have you ever been punished for something you didn't do? How did that feel? Unfair! That is the situation Daniel and his friends find themselves in - How did they respond?
Beautiful, Balanced and
." What do you do when you come into conflict with authority? A boss at work, or a leader in the church? Daniel takes a balanced approach and remains pure before God!
An Impossible Request
." God leads us to the end of human knowledge and strength - to impossible situations - so that He can receive glory and honor! Are you facing such a time in your life right now? With God all things are possible.
Back to the Future
." We like to think we control our own destiny, but the future is in God's hands! Sometimes he gives us a "peek" into what is coming - such as he does at the end of Daniel chapter 2!
"But Even if He Does Not."
What expectations do you put on God and the future? God may cause things to work out to your benefit - but will you praise Him "even if he does not?"
The Return of Nebuchadnezzar.
" How far does God have to go to get your attention? He went pretty far to convict the prideful King - and his story is a lesson to all of us.
The Profile of God's Punishment
." God is patient, gracious and merciful. What what happens when his patience runs out?
Be Faithful...No Matter What!
" Sometimes it is hard to be a Christian - personally or professionally. Will you stay faithful...no matter what?
"__________ and the Lion's Den" Whose lion's den is it anyway? Daniel's? The lion's den means many things to many people - what does it mean to you?
Name Change (1:6-7)
Parts of the Statue (2:31-49)
Peer pressure to sin (3)
Pray three times a day? (6:1-15)
Daniel and his friends face many impossible situations. This poem was written by our pastor based primarily on New Testament texts.
Sermon Series Hymn:
Trust and Obey (on CyberHymnal.org)