By Matt Easter
A sermon on Daniel 3:1, 8-28
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A reflection in this week's sermon:
Thee ancient Jewish refugees--Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego--lived in a kind of advent season. They were taken from their land and stripped of their religious and cultural identities…waiting for deliverance from their personal “hell." What might we learn from them?
- Trust God for deliverance. But even if God doesn’t act, remain faithful to Him.
- Be a helper (from God) to others in their season of exile.
- Don’t lose sight that we are all in our own “Babylon” now. Remind ourselves that things are not as they should be. We live in a world of injustice and brokenness; don’t get sucked into superfluous culture wars, various undeserving doctrine disagreements, and consumerism.