We live in a culture that is looking more and more like the Babylon of Daniel’s day and that’ why we’ve been unpacking his story. We said in the first week of this series that the foundation of Daniel’s strength and courage in Babylon was firm belief in the sovereignty of God. Regardless of what was going on in his world, he still believed that God was in control and would ultimately use it for his glory and his purposes in the world. If you don’t believe that, you’ll never stand strong for your faith in Babylon; and if you don’t believe that, you’re probably not going to grasp what I’m going to say today. We want to equip you with some of the elements that fueled Daniel’s faith in Babylon, but those things will never grow in you if they are not planted in the soil of belief that God is in control of whose in control. We also want to challenge some accepted ways of thinking in church today that threaten our ability to survive and thrive. We need to move away from the coddling of milk and cookies and have a heart to heart conversation about what it’s going to take to live for God in a world that is increasingly antagonistic to our faith.
|Daniel - Living with Conviction and Compassion in a World of Compromise||Bryan Jarrett||September 16, 2018||Watch|
|Daniel - Babylon's Agenda||John Cruz||September 23, 2018||Watch|
|Daniel - Counterfeit Faith||John Cruz||September 30, 2018||Watch|
|Daniel - Daniel's Hope||John Cruz||October 7, 2018||Watch|
|Daniel - Daniel's Humility||Bryan Jarrett||October 14, 2018||Watch|
|Daniel - Daniel's Prayer Life||Bryan Jarrett||October 21, 2018||Watch|