As we kick off a new year, we tend to be more open to healthy habits. These eight practices could potentially reroute the trajectory of your year. Think of this as your spiritual health club membership.
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You may have been participating in this sermon series, seeking to live with wisdom, rest, the true happiness that can only come from God, and still not feel free.
King Nebuchadnezzar sets up a statue with the expectation that all of his leaders would worship it or be thrown into the fiery furnace. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego do not bow. King Nebuchadnezzar ends with this.
A future leader, King Darius, trusts Daniel and prepares to place him over the whole kingdom. Other officials become infuriated and try to bring charges against him, but he was so above reproach, they were unable to do so.
Daniel and his friends experienced extreme highs and lows regardless of how committed they were to God. It did not protect them from difficulty or having to make tough decisions to honor their faith. What they experienced was God’s presence.
The title for Jesus used most in the Old and New Testament is Son of Man. It reminds us that he understands, that he is with us, and that we can look to his life and example that though he suffered, he now lives and reigns.
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