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Daniel 6: Surviving The Lions' Den
Daniel 6: Surviving The Lions' Den

There are many heroes in the Bible. Some are great warriors. But others are men of quiet faith – men who display their courage, not on the battlefield, but simply by their faithfulness to God. Daniel is such a man. In this program we’re going to consider his experience in the lions’ den. This is an inspiring story about courage and bravery, but most of all, about true faithfulness, about faith in God through all things, about faith that stood the test of time during a crisis. Daniel 1 (The Captive): https://youtu.be/Iq3vDt2QKps Daniel 2 (The Hand that Guides the Future): https://youtu.be/IIvFfqIR24Q Daniel 3 (Faith in the Flames): https://youtu.be/KDWg3pESsMc Daniel 4 (The King Who Ate Grass): https://youtu.be/FOH4JKAs_AY Daniel 5 (The Writing on the Wall): https://youtu.be/lxJOYjkntVA Daniel 6 (Surviving the Lion's Den): https://youtu.be/AyZyw9uZgtg Daniel Real Life Superhero: https://youtu.be/0PwGagJvWjg GET YOUR FREE BOOKLET HERE (About Your Future – Daniel Reading Guide): https://tij.tv/offers/about-your-future/ WEBSITE: https://tij.tv FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheIncredibleJourneyMinistry/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/tij.tv/ ----------- Well, I'd like to tell you about a man who stood very much alone in a time of widespread corruption, a man who was tested by the roar of danger -- up close. His career took him to the courts of the Medo-Persian Empire, during the reign of King Darius. The man, Daniel, was considered by many to be a prophet. There's something else that impresses me about Daniel's prayer. He wasn't in a panic, begging God to give him a way out of the dilemma. He wasn't a desperate man, it wasn't a desperate prayer. It was a prayer of thanksgiving! That's what it says, Daniel was "giving thanks to his God" as was his custom. This tells me something about this man's religion. It shows me why it stood the test of time during a crisis. Daniel treasured his relationship with his Lord; to him, that was most important. The most important thing in his life, in fact. He was thankful for the privilege of communicating with the Almighty. That was worth any price, you know. A religion of convenience isn't going to make when we find ourselves in a real pressure situation. Nor is it going to make it in the last days when deadly decrees start coming our way. Religion as a once-a-week supplement to our lives just isn't going to make it. Only a relationship with God, a God that we value above all else is going to stand. Like Daniel, the great reformer, John Hus, based his life on obedience to his Lord. When Hus was condemned to be burnt alive at the stake, he had to undergo what was called "the ceremony of degradation." Church dignitaries at the scene publicly stripped away his identity as a priest, and as a Christian. What this courageous man expressed was this: "You can take everything away from me; you can degrade me publicly, but you can't take away the most precious thing in my life -- my relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ." And that's the kind of testimony that Daniel made. Even under the threat of certain death in the lions' den, he still treasured communicating with his Lord. He would not betray that relationship. #TIJTV