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Introduction.

The book of Daniel describes events during the time Israel was held captive in the land of Babylon. Daniel and his three friends so impressed the enemy King Nebuchadnezzar, that they were given positions in his government. These heroes, and even the villain, have much to teach us about living for God in our world.

Introduction.

The book of Daniel describes events during the time Israel was held captive in the land of Babylon. Daniel and his three friends so impressed the enemy King Nebuchadnezzar, that they were given positions in his government. These heroes, and even the villain, have much to teach us about living for God in our world.

Introduction.

The book of Daniel describes events during the time Israel was held captive in the land of Babylon. Daniel and his three friends so impressed the enemy King Nebuchadnezzar, that they were given positions in his government. These heroes, and even the villain, have much to teach us about living for God in our world.

Introduction.

    • Inquiry: “How do you know if living a good Christian life?”
    • Performance Based Religion (aka, Law or Legalism) is contradictory to Grace

Introduction.

Prodigal (Def.) To Squander. To be Lavish.

This is a story told by Jesus to the Pharisees and the tax collectors. The story is about two sons (who are representative of the two groups) and a father (who represents our heavenly father). The main character of the story is the Father, who is depicted as gracious, loving, and celebratory in his relationship with his sons. Both sons are prodigals as they squander their relationship with the father. The Father is prodigal in his love as He seeks to lavish his sons in His love and acceptance. We see the hedonistic son returns in repentance, but the story ends abruptly without the elder brother not responding. Why? This is the cliffhanger that points to Christ and his work to redeem the sons of Adam as the true elder brother. Jesus Redefines our categories about the Nature and Person of God, and we see the astounding nature of God’s grace.

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