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We’ve all heard the phrase: When the going gets tough, the tough get going. What about faith? Will your faith thrive in tough times? Do you desire a more resolute faith?
The book of Daniel relates the familiar Sunday School stories of the lions’ den, the fiery furnace, and some remarkable prophecies, but take some time to investigate these stories more closely. How did Daniel, Shadrach, Meschach, and Abednego possess such a fearless faith? Perhaps no one in the Bible possessed a more resolute faith in God than these individuals. Daniel and his peers never took the easy way out, but stood their ground, even in face of death.
There’s a lot to be learned from Daniel about unshakable faith. Study this extraordinary Old Testament book. Even more importantly, apply what you learn as respected Bible teacher Warren Wiersbe unfolds both the explicit and implicit teachings to lead you to a more resolute faith.
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Daniel has long been viewed as a prophetic book of the Bible, but there is more to this book than prophecy. Daniel is a man
of character. He is steadfast in his faith and devotion to the Lord as well as his three companions, Hananiah, Mishael, and
Azariah. They do not compromise their faith for any reason in a place where their God is not worshiped. They are also
involved in the political arena. If God wrote a book on politics, then this is the book. Daniel is in the court of Babylon
and holds a high office. He has been placed there by the providence of God to influence a self-centered, narcissistic king,
Nebuchadnezzar. As will be seen God will deal with Nebuchadnezzar to humble him and make him realize that God is
the one who raises up leaders and the One that brings them down. Daniel is a book that all leaders should read because
Daniel is an example of the type of leader they should emulate. (more…)
Dare to Trust in Daniel’s God! What brings you to the book of Daniel? Is it the moral example of Daniel and his robust faith? Or is it because you want to dig further into the prophetic material that speaks of the end times? Primarily the book tells you about Daniel’s God. Lucas suggests rather than daring to be a Daniel, we should dare to trust in Daniel’s God. This book will help you as you learn more about Daniel’s God and why you too can trust him in every circumstance. Daniel was called to be a blessing even in exile and to avoid defilement in a pagan world. Such is God’s call to you today so that you may honor God and put him first in your heart and life.
“Sean Lucas’ Daniel: Trusting the True Hero is a wonderful, engaging, God-centered treatment of the book of Daniel. His strong redemptive-historical approach keeps God’s character and un-folding plan for His people central throughout. In both the narrative portions and the prophetic portions Sean helps the reader see the greatness of God and our need to trust Him in every circumstance we encounter. The focus on God as the true hero lifts the eyes of the reader beyond a great story and complicated prophecy to a personal encounter with the living God that is both accessible and devotional. I highly recommend this book for everyone from those studying Daniel for the first time to Bible study groups to long-term students of the book of Daniel.”
Mark L. Dalbey ~ VP of Academics & Faculty Development, Covenant Theological Seminary, St Louis, Missouri. (more…)