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- Sermons - Book of Daniel

Preached at the Sunday Morning service on January 27, 2013 by Pastor Ray Bertolet.
Part of the Book of Daniel series.

Sometimes children have this “game” where they want someone to guess a secret they have without them actually telling them. The goal is for them to find out without actually telling them. This help later when the child can say, “I didn’t tell them.”

Nebuchadnezzar had a dream and it isn’t that he wanted to keep it secret and have magicians guess. He wanted to know that the interpretation they give is correct. He assume if they know the dream then they can tell its’ meaning.

Tags: dream, glory, interpretation, prayer, wisdom

Daniel 2:19-23

19 Then the mystery was revealed to Daniel in a vision of the night. Then Daniel blessed the God of heaven. 20 Daniel answered and said:

“Blessed be the name of God forever and ever,
to whom belong wisdom and might.
21 He changes times and seasons;
he removes kings and sets up kings;
he gives wisdom to the wise
and knowledge to those who have understanding;
22 he reveals deep and hidden things;
he knows what is in the darkness,
and the light dwells with him.
23 To you, O God of my fathers,
I give thanks and praise,
for you have given me wisdom and might,
and have now made known to me what we asked of you,
for you have made known to us the king's matter.” (ESV)

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2 Responses to Sermons

  1. Sandra Workman says:

    Pastor Ray – Harry and I just listened to your message. Again, very soul searching and thought provoking. I think of the Scripture passage that says “Examine yourself and see if your in the faith”. This is a daily walk – keep on being filled with the Spirit – confessing sin and renewing right fellowship with the Lord. Good exhortation! Blessings, H&S

  2. Donna Coverdale says:

    God wants us to Himself, with no idols before Him. This message helps us to realize how easy it is to become distracted from the things of the Lord in our daily lives.

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