Kootenai Church: Adult Sunday School - Daniel
Darius/Cyrus takes over the kingdom after subduing Babylon and begins the process of governing. Daniel is elevated in responsibility and the other officials hatch a plot to have him removed. An exposi
Daniel is called into Belshazzar's throne room when a hand appears and writes undecipherable words on the wall. He translates the writing and interprets it for the king. An exposition of Daniel 5:22-31. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
Belshazzar gathers his nobles for revelry and debauchery as the city is surrounded by the Medo-Persian army. The feast is interrupted by Jehovah. An exposition of Daniel 5:4-21. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
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.
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.
The King has a disturbing dream and seeks its interpretation from his "wise men" and Daniel. An exposition of Daniel 4:1-18.
Nebuchadnezzar has a second dream. An exposition of Daniel 4:1-9. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are rescued from the furnace and Nebuchadnezzar promotes them. An exposition of Daniel 3:24-30.
Nebuchadnezzar interrogates and punishes Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego for their refusal to bow to his idol.
Nebuchadnezzar requires worship of the image he created. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF