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The first half of the book of Daniel is an inspiring character study. Daniel was chosen by God to be tested by many profound trials, and to live a life of service and humility in a foreign land. The second half of Daniel is the foundation of much of Biblical prophecy, and it presents the evident themes of the antichrist, the Tribulation, the end of the world, and the Millenial Kingdom. Some not-so-evident prophetic themes may also be present in the book of Daniel, including the Nephilim, and even UFOs. My goal with each lesson in this in-depth study of Daniel is to forthrightly present what I believe the Scriptures are trying to tell us.
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Lesson 98 Daniel 8:1-5 04/22/18 Chapter 8 details Daniel's second vision. He is transported to a specific location in Elam where God will issue a prophetic word that ultimately concerns the Jews. It will be in Elam, too, that God will protect his people via Esther 85 years later - and where Nehemiah will be commissioned after that to rebuild Jerusalem's walls. In his vision, Daniel sees an unusual ram, and an even more unusual goat. The activities of the Medo-Persian and Grecian empires are unfolded to Daniel in these opening verses of this amazing chapter.
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Lesson 97 Daniel 7:26-28 04/08/18 The angel wraps up his response to Daniel's questions concerning his vision. He explains to Daniel that the antichrist's terrible reign will come to a swift and sudden end. Evidence-based justice will be delivered in God's court. God's eternal kingdom will commence, and a major power shift will see the saints in a ruling situation. As chapter 7 concludes, Daniel is troubled by his thoughts, and we must put ourselves in his situation to understand why.
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Lesson 96 Daniel 7:24-25 03/25/18 The angel tells Daniel more about the ten horns and the little horn which comes after them. In these two verses, the angel provides details which clarify the unique nature of a future global system. The antichrist follows this one-world system, and he emerges from within it. The angel explains that the antichrist is noted for his blasphemy against God, his war against the saints, and his efforts to change "times and laws."
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Lesson 95 Daniel 7:23 03/18/18 The angel responds to Daniel a second time about his vision. Following Daniel's lengthy and detailed queries, the angel explains four things about the final Gentile kingdom which will precede the Second Coming of Christ: it's origin, its uniqueness, it activities, and its scope. These are elements which set it apart from the prior three kingdoms and which position it for God's judgment.
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Lesson 94 Daniel 7:21-22 03/04/18 Daniel wraps up his questions to the angel by calling attention to what he saw happening with the saints in his vision. He had seen the little horn waging war against them and conquering them. He had seen the Ancient of Days pronouncing judgment, and he had seen the saints entering their glory. But who are these saints, and how do they differ from the saints today? What can we learn of the antichrist's tactics at this future horrible point in time?
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Unquestionably, the Bible remains the final say in all matters of our present and future lives. It's therefore easy to subscribe to the safe and predictable ideas concerning God's Word. But sometimes the most accurate positions are the ones that emerge when we choose to step out from behind the rigid constraints of stained glass views. That means we may need to wrestle with uncomfortable themes. When I write an article, I use that exercise to process issues that God has laid on my heart. I may spend many weeks on it as I carefully consider its content. I trust these articles will inspire you, provoke you, and compel you to study the Bible with a fresh perspective.
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Who Am I Really 04/23/18 Big changes prompt big reflections. I recently experienced these processes. This article is about getting my head and my heart in the right place when life threw me a curveball. It was therapeutic for me to sort through my perspectives and to organize them on a blank sheet of paper. While they are my experiences, I believe the lessons I've learned here are applicable to all of God's children. I hope this article is helpful to others who have faced their own changes.
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The Exercise of Foolishness 04/16/18 Hardly a day goes by where I am not struck by the utter foolishness of our culture and of our world. There are so many cases of people doing, saying, and believing the most ridiculous things. Excuses for this phenomenon are easy to come up with, but the real problem is a spiritual one more than anything, and the prophetic Scriptures show the problem is going to get a whole lot worse. This article is a sobering review of where things are and where they are going.
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What's Your Brand? 04/02/18 It's hard to recognize a church by its name these days. It's even hard to recognize some of them by their choices and their behaviors. I know I'm not the only one to be concerned with all the ways the church has aligned itself with the world's standards, particularly when God has laid out such simple instructions for what a church needs to be and how it needs to function. This short article is intended to redirect us back to some basic terms of God's design.
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