Getting Back to Work

December 23, 2018

NOT SURPRISINGLY, the exiles who returned to Jerusalem in 538 B.C. got discouraged pretty quickly and left off rebuilding the Temple. Thankfully, God sent a couple of prophets to encourage them to get back to work.

The Return

December 16, 2018

The prophesied return of the exiles from Babylon is the focus of our study today.

Daniel, Rephaim, and Resurrection

December 9, 2018

PHYSICAL RESURRECTION is an aspect of Bible prophecy that’s not often discussed. Today, we explore Daniel 12:2-3 to show how the prophets and apostles understood not only that we will be physically resurrected someday, but that the Rephaim

Wars of Antichrist

December 2, 2018

THE END of the 11th chapter of Daniel reads like a prophecy of the wars of Antichrist.

Future History

November 25, 2018

THIS WEEK, we dig into one of the most historically dense sections of scripture. It’s especially fascinating because the history recorded here was written in advance.

Daniel’s 70 Weeks

November 18, 2018

IT’S NO WONDER Daniel was so distressed by the visions we discuss this week that he “lay sick for some days.”

Daniel’s four beasts

November 11, 2018

WHILE POLITICS hasn’t changed much in the last 2,500 years, we’re thankful that today being “thrown to the lions” is just a figure of speech. In Daniel’s day, it was apparently an effective way to dispose of political enemies.

The Feast of Belshazzar

November 4, 2018

TODAY WE discuss the fall of Babylon. It wasn’t just divine punishment for the hubris of King Belshazzar; this was a smackdown in the spirit realm.

A Dream of the Watchers

October 7, 2018

THIS WEEK’S study in the book of Daniel gives us a window into the polytheistic world of ancient Mesopotamia. Click here for this week’s Bible study.

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