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Daniel 3:1-30 Stephen Caswell © 2005 Story of Eric Liddel A famous runner prepared himself for the nineteen twenty-four Olympics, his name was Eric Little. He trained hard for this competition and set his heart on winning the gold medal in the 100 yards race. After the trials he was chosen to run in…
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Introduction: 1. Why Daniel? a) One of the most important books in the bible. (1) It demonstrates that the bible is the inerrant word of god, all written by the holy spirit. consider the references to daniel: Ezekiel writes that “even if these three men, Noah, Daniel, and job, were in it, they would…
The deepest possible expression of God’s character. Though God loves all people, he is especially committed to sacrificial, loyal relationships with his people.
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A person’s actions or way of life. Good behaviour will not earn salvation, but believers must practise good behaviour in accordance with Scripture as evidence of their conversion. Scripture stresses that bad behaviour is inconsistent with Christian faith and urges believers to mend their ways.
©Copyright July 07, 2019 by Rev Bruce Goettsche In the Ten Commandments we read some chilling words, You must not bow down to them or worship them, for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God who will not tolerate your affection for any other gods. I lay the sins of the parents upon their children; the…
Introduction The context of the content, and essential parts of the content, is distinct to Israel. All Israel heard these words, not only Moses, but because Yahweh’s thunderous voice terrified the people they entreated Moses to mediate the remaining words of Yahweh to them ( Exod 20:19 ). The Ten Words…
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The morality which is appropriate for God’s own people is expressed in the OT law, and in the person and teaching of Jesus Christ.