Laurelwood Baptist Church
November 1, 2020
Main Scripture Reference(s)Daniel 2; Romans 5:9; Philippians 2:9-11; 2 Peter 3:9; James 4:7
Political AnimalsNovember 1, 2020 / Daniel 7: Daniel 2; Romans 5:9; Philippians 2:9-11; 2 Peter 3:9; James 4:7
First, apocalyptic literature addresses believers in their time of
Second, apocalyptic literature provides a competing view of
Third, apocalyptic literature takes us beyond the limit of our
Fourth, apocalyptic literature the afflicted and the comfortable
Finally, apocalyptic literature is given to help us to live godly and holy
Questions To Consider
Read Daniel 7:1-8
- What is it about apocalyptic literature or end times that frightens you? Why?
- What is it about apocalyptic literature or end times that intrigues or excites you? Why?
- What has already been fulfilled in these verses? What has yet to be fulfilled?
Read Daniel 7:9-14
- Describe the Ancient of Days. Who is he?
- Describe the horn? Who is he?
- Describe “One Like a Son of Man”. Who is he?
- What is God saying to us about the future?
Read Daniel 7:15-28
- How is Daniel affected by this vision? Can you relate?
- How does Daniel 2 help us understand Daniel’s vision here?
- What additional information do we learn about future events from this passage?
- What truths or principles from this vision might assist us in following Christ?