Often overlooked in Daniel 9 are some special words that the angel Gabriel delivered to Daniel. Gabriel told Daniel that he was greatly loved. What was true for Daniel is true for all of God's adopted children.
Though Daniel's prayer does not teach us everything about prayer it certainly teaches us some very important things about prayer that when we incorporate into our own prayer lives will greatly enhance the time we spend with God.
Daniel's prayer can teach us as believers how we can pray in a way that is pleasing to God and how the sovereignty of God does not discourage prayer but is the basis for our prayers!
What did Daniel see in the vision that God gave him? Why did the visions take an emotional toll on him? Listen and learn!
Daniel is one of the most fascinating chapters in the Bible. And it is one of the most misunderstood chapters. Listen to learn what God's message to his people is.
Obedience as a Christian can be costly. That's a lesson that Daniel learned when he spent the night in the lion's den.
King Belshazzar was a proud and profane king who dared to mock and taunt the living God. It was a decsion that cost him his life. To trifle with God is not wise and the king found out.
God reigns over all the kings and kingdoms of this earth. That was the lesson that Nebuchadnezzar had to learn. Even though God gave him the opportunity to repent he persisted in his pride and paid the price.
God promises to deliver His children. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego knew that God would deliver them. Would he deliver them through death in the flames or being set free?
History teaches that the Kingdoms of this world come and go. But why? Daniel 2 provides the answer. There is a kingdom that crushes all other kingdoms and this kingdom will have no end.