Kootenai Church: Adult Sunday School - Daniel

Kootenai Church: Adult Sunday School - Daniel


Latest Episodes

Daniel Chapter 5 Introduction (Daniel 5:1-3)
May 02, 2021

Introduction to Daniel chapter 5 with a history of Babylonian Kings. Belshazzar Throws a Feast. Detailed intro to the Babylonian line of succession and the early stages of the fall of Babylon. An exposition of Daniel 5:1-3.

Nebuchadnezzar Loses His Mind (Daniel 4: 19-37)
April 25, 2021

Daniel interprets Nebuchadnezzar's dream and the King is deposed by God, spends 7 years as though he was an animal, and has his kingdom restored. He finally gives God the praise and honor that He is due. An exposition of Daniel 4:19-37.

Review of Chapter 3; King Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream (Daniel 4: 1-18)
March 28, 2021

The King has a disturbing dream and seeks its interpretation from his "wise men" and Daniel. An exposition of Daniel 4:1-18.

Introduction to Chapter 4 (Daniel 4:1-9)
January 03, 2021

Nebuchadnezzar has a second dream. An exposition of Daniel 4:1-9. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF

God Rescues His Saints (Daniel 3:24-30)
December 06, 2020

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are rescued from the furnace and Nebuchadnezzar promotes them. An exposition of Daniel 3:24-30.

The Cost of Commitment (Daniel 3:8-23)
November 29, 2020

Nebuchadnezzar interrogates and punishes Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego for their refusal to bow to his idol.

The Golden Image (Daniel 3:1-8)
November 22, 2020

Nebuchadnezzar requires worship of the image he created. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF

The Dream Continues (Daniel 2:45-49)
November 15, 2020

Daniel finishes his interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar's dream and is rewarded. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF

The Dream Interpreted (Daniel 2:36-44)
November 08, 2020

Daniel begins the interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar's dream. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF

Daniel 2:28-35 Review
November 01, 2020

There is an audio delay issue with the video caused by the new video setup. We hope to have it fixed before the next recording. Review of subject matter from July 2020 Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF