39 Books: Daniel – Son of Man

39 Bks Torah Scroll WhiteDaniel – Son of Man

In Chapter 7, Daniel’s visions bring insight regarding the future – from a series of powerful empires to a kingdom that shall have no end – ruled by the Son of Man.

27 Daniel.pdf                  27 Daniel.mp3

Central Streaming: The King’s Servant


Ebed-melech the Ethiopian, whose name means “King’s Servant” comes to the aid of Jeremiah and sets an example for us to follow.

Jeremiah 37-39.pdf          Jeremiah 37-39.mp3

God Decides

We live in a nation dedicated to democracy, so we have more say in who governs than many others, but none of us has the final say.  God reserves that right for Himself and we’re wise to acknowledge it.  Daniel 2:21 says it best:

And He changes the times and the seasons;
He removes kings and raises up kings;
He gives wisdom to the wise
And knowledge to those who have understanding.
                                                      – Daniel 2:21 (NKJV)

We can and should try our best to vote for the best candidates, etc.  But only the Lord knows what the final results can and will bring.  And he has plans for nations and people that remain beyond our reach. 

Consider Daniel, who said the above, serving under Nebuchadnezzar, arguably one of the worst tyrants ever.  Daniel served faithfully and uncompromisingly and in the end was used in the process of bringing the king to what looks like a genuine faith in the Living God in Daniel 4. 

Go figure.  Few people want a tyrant for a king and fewer still want to serve a tyrant within personal reach of his mood swings.  Yet that’s what Daniel did and he did it well, earning that tyrant’s respect in the process.  The least we can do is pray for our leaders and for the outcome of this year’s elections.