Peter's Sermon at Pentecost

"But Peter, standing with the eleven, lifted up his voice and addressed them: 'Men of Judea and all who dwell in Jerusalem, let this be known to you, and give ear to my words.'" - Acts 2:14, ESV


The Book of Daniel

November 7, 2021

Law Enforcement officers like to know who’s in charge and what’s the plan. The national and global situation today prompts many questions like: Who’s in control? Is God in control? Has he lost control? Does he have a plan? If so, what’s God’s plan and is it unfolding as designed? These questions are addressed and answered in the Bible. To better understand God’s plan, one needs to have a good grasp of prophetic Scripture. One of the most important books on prophecy is Daniel. Join us as we begin see what the future holds in store by a study in the book of Daniel. We begin by seeing that even amidst chaos, God is in charge.

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