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Animal Parade
by Ray Pritchard

A generation ago Ray Stedman put the matter this way: All voices agree together, secular and sacred alike, that we […]

Text: Daniel 7
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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How to Tame Lions
by Ray Pritchard

The story of Daniel in the lion’s den is one of the best-known and best-loved stories in all the Bible. […]

Text: Daniel 6
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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God’s Graffiti
by Ray Pritchard

Babylon became great because of the sovereign blessing of God. In their greatness they forgot about God and began to take him for granted. God judged them and they were no longer a great nation. In the end God judges that nations who forget him, and that judgment often comes at the hands of another nation God raises up for that very purpose.

Text: Daniel 5
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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The King Who Went Crazy
by Ray Pritchard

God deals with Nebuchadnezzar’s pride. Application: The moment you start taking credit for anything, you’re just daring God to come and smack you around. God won’t share his glory with anyone and he won’t sit idly by while we attempt to shove him out of the picture. If we choose not to listen to God, he turns up the volume until he has our undivided attention.

Text: Daniel 4
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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But If Not
by Ray Pritchard

Even if we are not delivered from our troubles, we will not bow down.

Text: Daniel 3:17-18
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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A Time to Disobey
by Ray Pritchard

Is it ever right for a Christian to disobey the law? Or are we always obligated to obey the law […]

Text: Daniel 3
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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The World According to God
by Ray Pritchard

History is not determined by earthly rulers but by the hand of God.

Text: Daniel 2
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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Dare to be a Daniel
by Ray Pritchard

The key to this passage is found in the very first verse: “But Daniel resolved …” The King James Version […]

Text: Daniel 1:8-21
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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The Four Freshmen: How the World Tries to Seduce the Church
by Ray Pritchard

This morning we begin a brand-new series called Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times. With Y2K only 55 days away, […]

Text: Daniel 1:1-7
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands
by Ray Pritchard

The sovereignty of God is a mysterious doctrine because it brings us face to face with the problem of evil and free will. If God is sovereign, why is there evil in the universe? If man has free will, how can God be sovereign? Christians have debated these questions for centuries. Suffice it to say that God is sovereign and you are truly responsible for all the choices you make. Often we won’t understand how they work together, but they do. When we embrace this truth, we have the true freedom—and peace that comes with it—to stop trying to be God and let Him direct our lives.

Text: Daniel 4
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God