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.
In Pastor Nate Harlan’s sermon on this passage in Daniel, we see that what was true of God then is true now: God is still building His temple, and Satan is still trying to prevent it.
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.
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?
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.
Pastor Harlan preaches through Daniel’s plea for mercy on behalf of the captive Israel. Listen above or download the audio here. Photo by Deb Dowd on Unsplash
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.