March 22, 2015 – Morning Worship

MondayDaniel 6

I know it’s familiar, read it carefully and see what lessons it has for us as Christians.

TuesdayDaniel 6:1-5; Genesis 41:1-45; Matthew 5:13-16; Romans 13:1-7; Hebrews 10:34; 11:13-16

What does it mean that we, as Christians, are strangers, aliens, pilgrims in this world? Does that affect how we are to live in this world?

WednesdayDaniel 6:6-13; Mark 1:35-38; Luke 5:16; Philippians 4:6-7; Colossians 4:2-4; I Timothy 2:1-3

How would you describe Daniel’s commitment to prayer? How about Jesus’? Paul’s? Yours? How does your commitment to prayer compare with Daniel’s?

ThursdayI Kings 8:22-53; Ezra 9:1-5; Nehemiah 1:1-11; Matthew 6:9-13; Ephesians 1:15-23

Read these prayers and speculate about what Daniel might be praying for when he prays three times a day? Any helpful hints for your prayer life?

FridayDaniel 6:16-27; Deuteronomy 8; II Corinthians 11:21-33

The lesson is so clear and so wonderful: God is with His people and can preserve them in the midst of their trials. What is the application for your life?

SaturdayDaniel 6:28; Exodus 12:33-42; Psalm 23; 119:65-72; John 10:10; Philippians 4:19

Read Daniel 6:28. Daniel prospered while he was in exile far from the Promised Land. How might that apply to us in the world we live in?