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Panic Podcast: Daniel, Prophet of the Future, Part 12

G’day gang!  Welcome to another podcast.  Contrary to rumor, this is the second-last study in our ongoing series of study in the Book of Daniel.  That’s because I got a bit carried way talking about prayer…which happens from time to time with me.  Prayer is such a powerful offensive and defensive weapon that many of us just take for granted.  So, with that thought in the backs of our minds, lets turn to Daniel 10 and get started.

Thanks for listening, and don’t forget, we: (1) covet YOUR prayers.  Like all churches in America, ours is facing issues we never thought we’d have to face.  In the face of ongoing state mandates and a state that is becoming increasingly hostile to the work of the Church, we would appreciate your prayer support! (2) As you pray for us, we’d love to return the favor!  If you have a need, do let us know in the comments section below.  Our prayer warriors in church are “kneeling by,” always ready to take heaven by storm on your behalf.


Panic Podcast: Shadows and Substance, Part 3

Folk,s thanks for joining us for today’s Panic Podcast.  Here’s a link to the brilliant article I reference in the podcast:  Six Reasons Every Pastor Should Require Masks and Social Distancing in Church.

And I also referenced Mark Styen’s beautifully written piece on his friend, Rush Limbaugh.  Here it is:  The Indispensable Man.

We will be looking at the coverings of the Tabernacle in the wilderness today, so open your Bible to Exodus 26.


Panic Podcast: Daniel, Prophet of the Future, Part 11

In today’s podcast, we are looking at the famous 70th Week of Daniel 9.  This really is an amazing chapter that contains one of the most stunning prayers ever prayed, which we won’t be looking at in this study.  Maybe at some point in the future, we will.  But for today, in keeping with the goal of this study, we will be looking at the equally stunning answer to that prayer, given to Daniel by Gabriel.


Panic Podcast: Shadows and Substance, Part 1

Hey folks!  I know I said on Monday that there would only be one podcast a week for a couple of weeks, but here I am, back with a new series.  It’s amazing what you will find when you clean out your office.  Years ago – at least 15 – I did a series in church on the Tabernacle in the wilderness.  The notes are not on the website, and they are pretty scant, to be honest.  But I’m going to do my best to reconstruct that study here.  Hopefully we can all learn something new from my “stream of consciousness” teaching.  We’ll see.  For those of you who know all about the Tabernacle in the wilderness and want to skip these Friday studies, I won’t take it personally.  But, there are some very deep and profound truths tucked away in all the minute details surrounding the construction of this portable pavilion where the Lord dwelt among His people during their time in the desert wilderness, so you might want to give it a listen.  Either way, don’t forget to check out the new video sermon on Sunday.  It’s the first part of a new series, “The Floating Man.”  See you then!

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