The Seventy Weeks — Daniel 9:24‑27

The meaning of the seventy weeks prophesy in Daniel 9 is one of the most debated portions of Scripture among Bible-believing scholars. Pastor Nate Harlan steps through the passage verse by verse to demonstrate how this passage was fulfilled in the life of Christ and the early church.

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You Lack Nothing — Romans 8:32

Christmastime is all about God’s inexhaustible generosity toward his children. The enemy wants us to believe that God is stingy. Thus, one of the keys to being a faithful Christ-follower is to always keep the generosity of God in front of you.

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Slavery and the Gospel

“Why does the Old Testament condone slavery?” Before answering that question, we Christians need to define the terms as the Bible does. Then we can clearly state what was evil about slavery in the United States and describe how slavery operated in Biblical times.

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God Gives Understanding — Daniel 9:20‑24

This portion of Daniel, mentioning the prophecy of the 70 weeks, is one of the most hotly debated passages among Bible-believing scholars. What is Daniel talking about? Today’s sermon by Pastor Nate Harlan addresses one question that this passage raises: What will the Messiah do?

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Genocide and the Gospel

Does the Bible condone genocide? How should faithful Christians respond when critics of the Bible say the complete destruction of pagan cities of the Promised Land by Joshua and the Israelites prove that God is unjust? Listen as Pastor Nate Harlan works through these passages.

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Because of God’s Great Mercy — Daniel 9:1‑19

People commonly consider God in the Old Testament as angry and judgmental. But this passage of Daniel is one of many demonstrating that God is merciful and faithful toward His people. Daniel’s prayer shows how God is always kind and longsuffering and how we sinners are always deserving of judgment.

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