LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF DANIEL

David Shin

OVERVIEW

"When ye shall see the abomination of desolation spoken by Daniel the prophet . . . Then let them" do something to escape the danger they see coming is Jesus' warning in Matt. 24:15,16.
The book of Daniel has two different genres: the prophetic and the stories. The focus in this series is on the stories--six which reveal characteristics we are to seek to emulate and two that reveal personal characterics we are to seek to avoid as the prophecies are being fulfilled.  The Spirit uses the characters in these stories to illustrate conditions through which the saints will pass at the end of the age. 

ABOUT David Shin

David Shin, PhD, is currently president of Ouachita Hills College in Arkansas, and is a graduate of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, he has also served as pastor of the University Seventh-day Adventist church in East Lansing, Michigan and the Hillside O'Malley church in Anchorage, Alaska. His love for sharing the gospel is shown through his practical insights into biblical beliefs and principles that are essential for the times in which we live.

SERIES INFO

1. Daniel 1 Lesson: To learn of the benefits of doing the right thing while trusting God with the consequences.
2. Daniel 2 Lesson: To learn of Daniel’s wise response to the threatening death decree.
3. Daniel 3 Lesson: To learn from the golden image senario.
4. Daniel 4 Lesson: To learn of the characteristics that must be avoided
5. Daniel 5 Lesson: To learn of the beacon of admonition, “Never do this.”
6. Daniel 6 Lesson: To learn of the character features we are to emulate.
7. Daniel 9 Lesson: To learn the best response when facing a serious crisis.
8. Daniel 10 &12 Lesson: To learn what it means to wait upon the Lord.

DATE ADDED: August 01, 2019 TOPICS: Bible Characters SKU: DS-4L
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