Kootenai Church Adult Sunday School
Daniel continues to give glory to God for being able to reveal dreams. He then begins to describe the dream that Nebuchadnezzar had interpreted. An exposition of Daniel 2:28-35. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
Daniel stops the impending execution of all of Babylon's "wise men" and begins the interpretation of the King's dream. An exposition of Daniel 2:14-27.
During a public ceremony at Mizpah, Samuel anoints a reluctant Saul as Israel's first king. An exposition of 1 Samuel 10:1-16.
? King Nebuchadnezzar asks his older counselors to interpret a troubling dream that is causing him to lose sleep. They equivocate and the king decides to kill all of the counselors. An exposition of Daniel 2:1-13. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
Samuel received a special Revelation from God to anoint a king over Israel. God in His providence, reveals to Samuel that Saul is His chosen as the person to become the first King over Israel. An exposition of 1 Samuel 9:1-27.
Daniel and his three friends with the blessing of God become the king's advisors after the ten-day diet of vegetables and water. An exposition of Daniel 1:16-21. Overview and introduction to Daniel 2. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
Samuel responds to the elders and gives the warnings that God had instructed Samuel to give the people of Israel regarding the "procedure of the king who will reign over them. An exposition of 1 Samuel 8:10-22.
After Daniel's request to the Commander to eat vegetables is refused, Daniel presents a modified plan to accomplish the same result to the Overseer. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF
A survey of apologetic methods and defense of presupposition apologetics. Exposition of 1 Peter 3:15.
Daniel finds himself a captive of the most powerful pagan kingdom on earth. He formulates a plan to stay true to God even while living among the Babylonians. An exposition of Daniel 1:3-9. Download sermon notes: PowerPoint | PDF