Trusting the Ancient of Days - "A Powerful Answer to a Penitent Prayer" - Part 17
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by Fellowship Bible Church
4d ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days "A Powerful Answer to a Penitent Prayer" Daniel 9:20-27 (Part 1) “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than i ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - "Let's Talk About Prayer" - Part 16
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by Fellowship Bible Church
1w ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days "Let's Talk About Prayer" Daniel 9:1-19 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one man – D ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - “Men Magnify, but God is Greater” - Part 15
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by Fellowship Bible Church
2w ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days “Men Magnify, but God is Greater” Daniel 8 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one man ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - “Heavenly Glory; Heavenly Hope” - Part 14
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by Fellowship Bible Church
3w ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days “Heavenly Glory; Heavenly Hope” Daniel 7:9-14 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one m ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - “Daniel’s Disturbing Dream” - Part 13
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by Fellowship Bible Church
1M ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days “Daniel’s Disturbing Dream” Daniel 7 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one man – Dani ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - "A Faithful Servant; A Sovereign God" - Part 12
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by Fellowship Bible Church
1M ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days "A Faithful Servant; A Sovereign God" A review of Daniel 1-6 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in th ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - “Daniel 6” - Part 11
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by Fellowship Bible Church
1M ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days Daniel 6 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one man – Daniel. For seventy years Daniel ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - “Daniel 5” - Part 10
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by Fellowship Bible Church
1M ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days Daniel 5 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one man – Daniel. For seventy years Daniel ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - "Things Are Heating Up!" - Part 7
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by Fellowship Bible Church
2M ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days "Things Are Heating Up!" Daniel 2:48-49, Daniel 3:1-21 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life ..read more
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Trusting the Ancient of Days - “Thy Kingdom Come” - Part 6
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by Fellowship Bible Church
2M ago
Trusting The Ancient Of Days “Thy Kingdom Come” Daniel 2:44-45 “In the darkest of times, God’s light seems to always find a way to shine through key servants that He raises up. The nation of Israel had walked away from God for the final time.  By 605 B.C. the Babylonians had subjugated Judah and by 586 B.C. had conquered God’s chosen people altogether, destroying Jerusalem and hauling away its people into captivity. The nation of Israel was no more.  And yet, the God of Israel was very much alive and at work.  And that was never more evident than in the life of one man – Daniel ..read more
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