God speaks more than most people give him credit for. In Daniel 5 we see God speaking very clearly to a new king who fails to hear it. God sends Daniel to make it plain to hear. In our lives we can know God’s voice, but we must also realize that hearing God is one […]
Most people say that they believe in God, but, what kind of God do they believe in? The God of the Bible reveals himself in the Bible with some incredibly bold truths about Himself. In Daniel 4 we see a king with a low view of God encounter the power of God firsthand. This encounter […]
God came to be with us. This spectacular truth is the center point of the Christmas story. In this message we zoom into why Jesus came and who Jesus was.
People in the Bible often act as if they see something no one else sees. In the Book of Daniel, this is one of the main themes, the Israelites are captive to a powerful King, and yet they regularly stand firm in faith even when it could cost them their lives. How do they do […]
Daniel receives a prophetic vision in chapter 2 of the book of Daniel that outline future events yet to come. What do we make of these kinds of prophecies in the Old Testament? In this message we look at this incredible prophecy to see how God is sovereign over all time and circumstance.
Daniel has a faith that is unique and leads to powerful impact in Babylon. Where does this faith and supernatural expectancy come from? Is there a place for this kind of supernatural power in our world today?
Circumstances for Daniel and his friends are incredibly bad. God appears to have little power in comparison to the Babylonians. God appears to not care for the situation the Israelites are in. Yet, in spite of all of this Daniel and his friends continue to trust God and walk in faith. How is this kind […]
James concludes his letter to the church with an emphatic encouragement to pray. He tells us to pray at all times and in varying circumstances. He even tells us that we are just like Elijah – who was a powerful man of prayer in the Old Testament. In this sermon, we look at the words […]