Category Archives: Daniel

Strengthened and of Good Courage

Many mornings my whispered prayer, as I ready my colored pencils, bring up my reading app, and open my bible, is Psalm 119:18, “Lord, open my eyes that I may behold wondrous things out of Your law.” On some mornings … Continue reading

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A Triad for Revival

So, if I’m doing the math right and Daniel was in his mid to late teens when we was scooped up and relocated to Babylon (Dan. 1:3-6, 605 BC) then, when he has the vision recorded in Daniel 9 in … Continue reading

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Heaven Rules

Talk about losing an election. Talk about being shown the exit from the seat of power. Talk about a humbling. Talk about God’s unearthly effort to reveal Himself to an arrogant, self-glorifying ruler. Then you’re talking about King Nebuchadnezzar of … Continue reading

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Go Your Way

His had been a long life. Kingdoms had come and gone, but he remained. Bosses had come and gone, and he had served in their royal courts. Thus, he had seen a lot. And not just the visible realities of … Continue reading

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The Path and The Promise

It’s not something he was prepared to talk about (Dan. 7:28). After all, the tables had been turned. He who had, over a lifetime, gained a reputation as a dream-teller was now the one confounded by a dream. He who … Continue reading

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The Command and The Promise

He understood the prophetic word he heard. He got the vision that was revealed. That’s what it says of Daniel, in the opening verse of Daniel 10, about the revelation he received in the third year of Cyrus king of … Continue reading

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The Effort for One Man

Lord willing, I’m covering the pulpit this weekend. Don’t do it very often so, when I do, it can become a source of anxiety (don’t know if that’s the right word, exactly) as the immensity of preaching God’s word is … Continue reading

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Man Greatly Loved

Reading in Daniel this morning. And, to be honest, not sure I’m that focused on picking up the pieces of prophecy being laid down. Instead, I’m a bit distracted by who’s delivering the vision and how he refers to Daniel. … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Psalmist

I’ll take lesser known songs of praise for 2000, Alex. Blessed be the Most High, and praise and honor Him who lives forever, for His dominion is an everlasting dominion, and His kingdom endures from generation to generation; all the … Continue reading

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He Touched Me

I think it was a heavenly encounter of the Divine kind. I think Daniel had a one-on-one with the pre-incarnate Christ. Can’t say that I’m really well studied in such things, but as I read Daniel’s description of the Man … Continue reading

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