Daniel's God

The God Who Rewards

Today, we "read the handwriting on the wall." "A little bird told me" that many of our common idioms come from the Bible. From "no rest for the wicked" to "my 2 cents' worth." One of the most ominous of these phrases comes from the passage we'll read today, Daniel, Chapter 5. Nebuchadnezzar is long gone. We have a different arrogant king, and he wants to throw an enormous party - one for the history books. He thinks he'll "eat, drink and be merry," but he's about to "bite the dust" and "give up the ghost."

This message can be purchased, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, as a single CD or downloadable MP3 file, and you can always listen online at no charge!

Series: 

Listen: 

The God Who Is Trustworthy

The kind of God you serve will determine the kind of person you become. If your God is generous, you'll develop confidence in His grace, and become a giver, yourself. If your God is faithful, that will cultivate faithfulness in you. In Daniel, Chapter 6 the prophet is serving a new king, but the same Lord. And he serves both well. And that gets him in trouble. Here's Jim to open the sermon, The God Who is Trustworthy.

This message can be purchased, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, as a single CD or downloadable MP3 file, and you can always listen online at no charge!

Series: 

Listen: 

The God Who Plans The Future

Daniel's prophecies are too accurate, some say. In our series on Daniel's God we've come to Chapter 7, and a dream about four successive world empires. He was seeing hundreds of years into the future. But from our vantage point, thousands of years later, critics have a hard time dealing with the precision of his predictions. Someone must have written these after the fact. Or could it be that God knows the future as well as He knows the past - and everything else? Here's Pastor Jim.

This message can be purchased, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, as a single CD or downloadable MP3 file, and you can always listen online at no charge!

Series: 

Listen: 

The God Who Promises

When the angel Gabriel appeared to Daniel in his prayer room, he brought good news, and bad news. I'm sure you can think of many times in Scripture when God sent a word of judgment and a message of mercy in the same envelope. He's not going to sweep our bad behavior under the rug; but He does have better things in store for us. The promise to Daniel was better than Israel could have hoped - but it had a dark side, as well. Today Jim will open a sermon from Daniel, Chapter 9, called, The God Who Promises.

This message can be purchased, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, as a single CD or downloadable MP3 file, and you can always listen online at no charge!

Series: 

Listen: 

The God Who Answers

Daniel had already been visited by an angel. Now, Someone greater than an angel was here. The final revelation given to Daniel was the greatest of all. It was by far the most detailed, and the encounter with this Messenger was physically overwhelming. We'll read about it in the last 3 chapters of his book. The prophet was terrified. He must have felt very undignified with his face in the dirt, but he learned that Heaven held him in high regard. Pastor Jim has Part 1 of The God Who Answers.

This message can be purchased, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, as a single CD or downloadable MP3 file, and you can always listen online at no charge!

Series: 

Listen: 

Pages

Subscribe to Daniel's God