The great themes of HOPE and FAITHFULNESS are traced through the books of Daniel. We discover God giving hope to those in exile, wisdom to those needing understanding, and protection to those in times of trouble. All these provisions come to those who demonstrate faithfulness to an ever-faithful God who
We are told Daniel was “10 times better” than other advisers to King Nebuchadnezzar. Was that a valid claim? How can that be measured? Was he really that good? Daniel chapter 2 answers that question definitively! More important than the glimpse into the future history of the world that is
God is at work, even when His people are disobedient and in exile. When the nation of Judah was taken away to Babylon, God was faithful to provide hope for His people. Today’s passage in Daniel highlights God’s great faithfulness as He provides control over the events that take place,
“If Plan A doesn’t work, keep going; there are 25 other letters in the alphabet!” When it came to the final days of the kingdom of Judah, that seemed to be their leadership policy. The kings and leaders were changed almost seemingly at random; yet God continues to demonstrate His
As Paul nears the end of his discussion of the Pathway of Hope, he warns his audience that not everyone they meet along the way will be their friend. Some will appear to be friendly, but hide less than pure motives. As he encourages his readers to continue forward, he
The Pathway of Hope is traveled by many who are following the example of Messiah Jesus the best they know how. As they travel they meet with other pilgrims whose ideas and practices are very similar yet not perfectly alike. Some are more rigid in their adherence to rules and
God’s merciful love affects the way we think and respond to our Savior, Jesus Christ. If we truly know and have experienced God’s merciful love, we will have a different outlook on Jesus and our response to Him will be evident to others in three specific areas.