Sermons on Daniel
Daniel 9:24-27 Continuing to consider the possibility of a „golden age„ on earth before the return of the Lord Jesus, we begin to review the passages that are sometimes used to show that we should rather expect a time of difficulty and tribulation. In each case, we see
Daniel 9 Continuing our study in Eschatology, we examine Daniel 9 from a moderate preterist perspective.
Daniel 2:25-45 We resume our consideration of Christ’s sufferings by considering what the love shown to us by God the Father and God the Son calls us to be and to do in our lives here on earth.
Daniel 7:1-14 As we continue to look at the Lord’s preparation for the coming of His Son into the world, we focus on the fourth world empire prophesied by Daniel: Rome.
Daniel 8 We consider three persecutions of God’s people during the reign of Alexander the Great, and how the Lord delivered them from them all.
Daniel 8 We focus on the 400 years of silence between the closing of the Old Testament canon and: first, the appearance of the angels to announce the coming of John the Baptist and Christ; second, the preaching of John the Baptist.
Daniel 9:24-27 We consider the appearance of a fourth person in the fiery furnace in Daniel 3, and the prophecy of the 70 weeks in Daniel 9 as God reveals more of His plan of redemption in anticipation of the coming of Messiah.
Daniel 2:44 We overview the history of God’s people from the time of the exile in Babylon to the coming of Christ, using a prophecy in Daniel as our basis.
Daniel 2:36-45 We consider the statue of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and its overthrow by the stone ‘cut without hands’. We are encouraged by this prophecy that the Lord Jesus will bring in an everlasting Kingdom that will cover the whole Earth and will be wiser, stronger a