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changing our spiritual landscape

Changing our Spiritual Landscape

Daniel 6.1-11

Sermon pdf, power point, & audio found


605 BC First Deportation – Daniel

  • 597BC Second Deportation – Ezekiel
  • 587BC Third Deportation – Jerusalem destroyed
daniel the teenager was
Daniel, the teenager was
  • a prisoner of war
  • a displaced person
  • a refugee
  • and in exile

The average Western Pastor -

  • 57% pray less than 20 minutes per day
  • 34% pray between 20 minutes and 1 hour per day
  • 9% pray 1 hour or more per day
  • The average prayer time was 22 minutes per day
  • The average Korean pastor spends 90 minutes in prayer every day

Dr. Peter Wagner, Prayer Shield

daniel s prayer life vss 10 11
Daniel’s Prayer Life vss.10-11
  • Space forprayer
  • Stance of prayer
  • Discipline of prayer
  • Content of prayer
  • Consistency of prayer
  • Dependency in prayer

"It is impossible for a believer, no matter what his experience, to keep right with God if he will not take the trouble to spend time with God . . . Spend plenty of time with God; let other things go, but don't neglect Him.” - Oswald Chambers


Daniel so distinguished himself

  • Exceptional qualities
  • King planned to promote him vs.3
  • Unable to find charges
  • No corruption in him
  • He was trustworthy
  • Neither corrupt nor negligent vs.4
testimony of non believers
Testimony of non-believers
  • Opponents - “Never find any basis for charges unless . . . has something to do with his God.” 6.5
  • Darius -“God who you serve continually.” 6.16 & 20
  • Nebuchadnezzar - “Spirit of the holy gods is in you.” 4:8 ,9, & 18
evidence of prayer1
Evidence of Prayer
  • Darius doesn’t know he is a pawn.
  • Daniel’s opponents don’t know that they are up against the real God.
  • Daniel is the only one who knows what’s going on.
spiritual landscape
Spiritual Landscape
  • Magicians - 10X
  • Astrologers, 9X
  • Enchanters – 8X
  • Sorcerers -1 X

Prayer is a disinfectant and a preventive. It purifies the air; it destroys the contagion of evil. Prayer

is no fitful, short-lived thing.

God shapes the world by prayer.

E.M. Bounds


For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light and find out what pleases the Lord. Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. But everything exposed by the light becomes visible, for it is light that makes everything visible. Ephesians 5.8-12, 14


He will bring to light what is hidden

in darkness and will expose

the motives of men's hearts.

1 Corinthians 4.5


Misdiagnose circumstances

  • Misunderstand experiences
  • Misinterpret the big picture


I urge then, first of all, that requests, prayer and intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone .

1 Timothy 2.1


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