From day one Daniel determined to be different, even though his life was on the line, he maintained his identity as a child of God in a foreign, hostile land.
What did “Anointed” mean to the Israelites? It declared the election to office, symbolised God’s empowerment and reflected His favour.
By looking at the big picture Scripture presents, we can see one clear image of God our Father. He is both The Great King and loving Father.
As Great King our God demands nothing take his place of supreme importance in our lives. He tolerates no rivals.
In the heart of the storm, if we look to Jesus and not the trials, we will have peace regardless of the outcome.
Sometimes we read over a familiar Scripture, missing the intent, fullness, power and authority of the Word of God.
God challenges us to get out of the box of our limited understanding and step into real relationship with him: abiding in Him.
Satan’s lies create strongholds in our lives that can only be demolished by the power of God’s Word. We need to learn to Flip it
Knowing God is well pleased with us, from the oneness and identity we have in God through Jesus we can pray with power.
Balance the tension of giving to the world that asks so much with receiving from God who gives all that we need.