Daniel For You

Daniel For You We live in difficult times to be people who obey God and worship him alone How can we be confident under pressure and faithful in the fire In this readable accessible exciting volume walking through

  • Title: Daniel For You
  • Author: David R. Helm
  • ISBN: 9781910307267
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Daniel For You

    We live in difficult times to be people who obey God and worship him alone How can we be confident under pressure and faithful in the fire In this readable, accessible, exciting volume walking through one of the best loved books of the Bible, David Helm shows how Daniel and his friends learned how to live in Babylon, far from their home in God s land and how we can do thWe live in difficult times to be people who obey God and worship him alone How can we be confident under pressure and faithful in the fire In this readable, accessible, exciting volume walking through one of the best loved books of the Bible, David Helm shows how Daniel and his friends learned how to live in Babylon, far from their home in God s land and how we can do the same.

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    1. Lindsay

      Once again, I have been edified by this series of commentaries, God's Word for You. They offer such good insight into understanding God's Word in bite size chunks that make it very doable and readable for every Christian (especially a busy mom like myself :). This look at Daniel helped me to understand the historical and apocalyptic nature of Daniel in a deeper way. While I feel the author took a bit of liberty at times in his interpretation, I did enjoy it a lot overall.

    2. Ian

      I used two commentaries to study Daniel. This and "Against the Flow" by John C Lennox. Both serve different purposes and I particularly appreciated doing them both. This one is a very good mix of depth and brevity which makes it an easy and satisfying read. Lennox's book has greater depth and also a specific angle in reflecting on Daniel in the "Age of Relativism" as the sub-title contends.Daniel for You covers all the key points of the book and provides excellent perspective on Daniel's faithfu [...]

    3. Daniel

      This was great. It's not technical, but it doesn't promise to be. It is helpful, encouraging, challenging and Christ-centered.I don't usually read a book alongside my devotional Bible reading but I decided to give this a go. It definitely helped my understanding, pushed my thinking and challenged me in its application.I'd recommend it for a devotional read along, or if you're a Bible study leaders looking for a bit of insight.It's probably worth mentioning that the first half is slightly better [...]

    4. Rick Perez

      Theo-practical, "easy to read" commentary/review on the book of Daniel. For the layman, the author does a great job in outlining Israel's historical "exile" in Babylon while we follow the book's principal character (Daniel) and his relationships to the kings of Babylon & Persia. Some of these stories are quite familiar but are even more compelling today. I love several themes introduced and discussed here including: God's sovereign rule over all nations and governments, the accountability we [...]

    5. Dwayne Smith

      I've always struggled reading the last few chapters of the book of Daniel and this book did a lot to explain things. Breaks the book of Daniel down into easily understandable language as well as into a easy read. It could also be used as a devotional read in your daily quiet time. I highly recommend this book to all believers interested in OT prophetical books.

    6. Phil Butcher

      I love this series of devotional commentaries, but this is probably the weakest one yet - in that it is a drier read and not as accessible as the others. Having said that, it is still a helpful book, and I was strengthened in faith by it.

    7. Lacey Garner

      Our small group just didn't connect with this one as well as Judges for You. We ended up abandoning it about halfway through.

    8. Chylton

      It was great till about the 6th or 7th chapter of Daniel. After, I kind of just wanted to finish the book because I had already invested time into it. These books are normally good for devotionals. The Tim Keller ones (Judges and Romans For You) are amazing. This one, not so much. Granted, it was not written by Tim K.

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