Author Archives: Clark Bunch
Many events during Jesus’ earthly ministry had been recorded prophetically hundreds of years earlier. As Jesus enters Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, let’s connect some of those dots to see the whole picture. Or at least more of it.
The introductory verses of Hebrews says a lot about Jesus in just a few words. Let’s unpack some of that profound understanding contained in just a few short statements.
Up until this point Daniel has been interpreting dreams and visions for the kings of Babylon. Beginning in chapter 7, Daniel describes and gives the interpretation of his own visions of the end times.
It may be a story we all know well but what is the application for the New Testament believer? Interestingly enough Daniel 6 is more about Darius than Daniel.
Belshazzar had the opportunity to learn from his father, Nebuchadnezzar, and not make the same mistakes he had made. He did not heed those lessons and did even worse than his father had done. Knowing better does not always mean … Continue reading
Daniel chapter 4 is… different… than the rest of the book. It is a letter from Nebuchadnezzar addressed to all people and nations, recounting a 7 year period of his life that humbled him and forced him to acknowledge God.
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego being thrown into the fiery furnace is one of the most well known stories in the book of Daniel and perhaps the Old Testament. We may all know what happened but what can we learn from … Continue reading
Last week Daniel told Nebuchadnezzar he could reveal his dream and the interpretation. As we pick up in Daniel 2:31, we will learn what the king saw and what Daniel told him it meant.
Part 2 in the Daniel series. There’s a lot we can learn from Daniel about a right relationship with God. This sermon could easily have been titled “Be like Daniel.”