Today, we look at 1 Timothy 4:12, where we see Paul encourage the youth of Timothy’s church. Pastor Brett talks about the importance of both the youth and the elderly in the church.
Today, we learn about prayer. Paul talks with Timothy about prayer, and we see an excellent Old Testament depiction of how we are to pray in Daniel.
The characters in this eventful chapter include a woman in labor, a dragon, a beast and Michael the archangel. The symbolism is rich as we learn about the fate of our enemy, the accuser, and the future of the nation of Israel.
Revelation 8 taught us that the seventh seal consisted of seven angels with seven trumpets. We covered the first four last week, but then things change gears. While the first four trumpets dealt with earthly, cataclysmic events, tonight we look at the fifth, which is more demonic in nature as evil is unleashed on the earth.
As we dig into the messages to the churches, we learn that they will all have multi-level applications. There are truths to be drawn locally, for the greater church, prophetically and personally. With that in mind, we tackle this first message to the Ephesians, which has rich implications for all of us!
Tonight we study the seventy weeks of Daniel, a prophecy of the very day in which Jesus would make His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
Throughout the Bible we are called to pray. We learn from the book of Daniel how we should approach the Lord in prayer by studying Daniel’s prayer to the Lord. In this study we consider motivation, preparation, disposition, confession, supplication and perception - all to do with prayer as unto the Lord.
As we read through Daniel 6, study the classic story of Daniel thrown into a the lion den.
Daniel 5 describes the fall of the city of Babylon during Belshazzar’s command. Through this story we can learn many lessons about drinking, obeying the Word and more.
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