Christ’s ascension is what we need in the Day of Judgment.
In the famous story of Daniel in the lions’ den, we learn about being blameless and see again that God reigns and rescues.
Sooner or later every kingdom that opposes God will be “all gone,” but there is a kingdom that will not pass away.
King Nebuchadnezzar exited the scene with an important lesson for all of us about who is the real King.
Daniel’s three friends preferred to die rather than renounce their faith, knowing that God would be with them no matter what.
In Daniel 2, a problem arose because of the absence of the gods among humans, but the true God showed himself through a human.
In Daniel 1, four teenagers show us how to be faithful when we are pressured to conform to the world around us.
The personal letter Paul wrote to Philemon contains a beautiful picture of redemption through the work of Christ.
In the lives of the ones mentioned in the final greetings of Colossians, we see evidence of God’s abundant grace, which is available to us as well.
The model described in Colossians 4:2-6 of ministry to those outside the church is very simple: pray, walk, and talk.