In this concluding message on the book of Daniel, Pastor Nate Harlan demonstrates how God’s promises are proven true in His judgment of A.D. 70. Thus, God’s people know that He will make good on all of His promises to us. He will remember us. He will be our home.
Pastor Nate Harlan says the first few verses of Daniel 12 remind us that we need a deliverer. “When no one else would fight for you, when all hope seemed to be lost, when your enemies had you surrounded, it was Christ who arose to fight for you.”
This chapter features an incredibly detailed prophecy of the rise and fall of kings after the time of Daniel — a roadmap to the first coming of Jesus Christ. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan describe many of the highlights of this passage, which let God’s people know when to expect the coming of the Messiah.
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?
How do we interpret a vision that even Daniel found appalling? And if the events were fulfilled so long ago, how does it apply to us in 21st-century America? Pastor Nate Harlan walks through this passage and shows how it points us to the coming of Christ.
Four beasts rise out of the sea. The last has teeth of iron and ten horns. And one like a son of man is given dominion. What does Daniel’s strange vision mean? Pastor Nate Harlan shows how these prophesies have already been fulfilled, culminating with the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem in AD 70.
Just like Daniel, we are faced with wicked men who want to silence us for their own gain and for their own power. How are we to respond to these men when they seek to oppress us? We are to respond like Daniel and our Lord Jesus did — not with silence, but with boldness. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan’s stirring sermon on Daniel 6.
Christians, when we read the story of the writing on the wall, we need to recognize that we are like Belshazzar. We know better, but we put our trust in things other than God. We must repent or we too will be weighed and found wanting. Hear the sermon by Pastor Nate Harlan.
In the story of Nebuchadnezzar’s humiliation and repentence, we learn that we all need to be humbled because we also are full of pride and full of ourselves. But God is gracious: When He humbles us, He is saving us. Hear the sermon by Pastor Nate Harlan.