Contributing sermons since Apr 17, 2019
Contributed on Jun 22, 2022
What we learn from Scripture that every unbeliever needs from a Christian
Introduction Last week as we began chapter 5 of Daniel, we were introduced to Belshazzar, King Nebuchadnezzar’s grandson, who along with his father assumed the throne as co-kings of Babylonian. This means that sometime has passed from the end of Chapter 4 to Chapter 5 and some major things have ...read more
Contributed on Jun 15, 2022
There are consequences when a dad does not take his role seriously to train up a child.
Introduction Many years have passed from Chapter 4 to Chapter 5 in the Book of Daniel. Daniel, the boy who was taken from Israel and made to live in Babylon at the age of sixteen, is now in his eighties. How time flies from sixteen years old in chapter 1 to about eighty-two in the start of chapter ...read more
Contributed on Jun 8, 2022
Daniel and King Nebuchadnezzar teach us how to live out our humility.
Introduction I look around the world today and I don’t see what I consider to be a lot of humility these days. And then I thought to myself, maybe it is me, maybe I don’t know what humility looks like. Maybe, I don’t know what I am looking for. I know this I need to know what humility looks ...read more
Contributed on May 30, 2022
We are to take serious the decrees of God.
Introduction I believe that God asks every one of us “what is it going to be?” Are you going to choose to live the way that I want you to live or are you going to choose any which way you way to live your life? Today in our passage of Scripture, God asked Nebuchadnezzar that exact question through ...read more
Contributed on May 25, 2022
Nebuchadnezzar reveals to us the awesomeness of our God
Introduction Sometimes we as Christians forget how great and powerful our God is. And it takes an unbeliever to call to our attention just how great our God is. Have you ever had a person you know who is not a Christian, ask you to pray for them? That is God showing you through an unbeliever His ...read more