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Bible Teachings by Brett Meador.

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Through the Bible (Hosea 4) by Brett Meador

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A Bible teaching titled “Through the Bible (Hosea 4)” from Hosea 4 by Brett Meador.

Homer for Gomer by Brett Meador

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After being completely broken down and destroyed by her prostitution and adultery, Gomer finds herself in utter ruin and up for auction on the slave market. However, in a moving example of unconditional love and redemption, Hosea comes to her rescue with salvation and restoration – providing us with a picture of what God wants to do for His people.

Through the Bible (Hosea 1-2) by Brett Meador

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You likely won’t find the names Hosea is instructed to call his prostitute-born children in any baby name books, but God is specific about what He wanted them known as. As we study Hosea 1-2, we learn about the meanings of these names and how the Lord ultimately wants to change them into ones that reflect His mercy and grace.

Door of Hope by Brett Meador

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In a beautiful poetic statement in Hosea 2:14-15, we see a humbling picture of how God has mercy upon His people and is always willing to restore them to Himself.

Through the Bible (Daniel 12) by Brett Meador

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As we wrap up our study in Daniel 12, we see a final recap of what will happen during the Tribulation, how it affects the Jews, and what it means for us. As we conclude, we gain more insight into the Last Days and are charged to live like Daniel in these troubling times.

Shining Like Stars by Brett Meador

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Tucked away in an End Times prophecy in Daniel 12:3 is a little exhortation for us to shine like bright lights during dark days. And the Word gives us plenty of reasons why we should strive to illuminate the darkness and be all about pointing people to Jesus Christ.

Through the Bible (Daniel 11:1-35) by Brett Meador

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Daniel receives a detailed prophecy, but he can’t make much sense of what he is told and how it will play out during future events. But as we study Daniel 11:1:35 with the benefit of hindsight, we see some of history’s most infamous characters, such as Alexander the Great and Cleopatra, and events come together to help us unlock the future by understanding the past.

Who is the Antichrist? by Brett Meador

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One of the prophetic details about the last days that we see in Daniel 11:36-38 gives us information about a coming world leader commonly called the Antichrist. So just who is the Antichrist? Why is it important that we know what he will be like? And what will become of him in the end?

Through the Bible (Daniel 10) by Brett Meador

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As Daniel fasts and fervently prays for his people in Daniel 10, another powerful prophecy is about to come to him. And the things that happen before it is even revealed are astounding enough. As we study who Daniel sees and what he learns about God’s delays, spiritual warfare and what will happen to the Jews in the End Times, we see how all these things impact our lives as well.

Daniel’s 70 Weeks by Brett Meador

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While the meaning behind the prophecy commonly known as “The 70 Weeks of Daniel” was a complete, undecipherable mystery to Daniel at the time, we have the historical and biblical keys to help us break the code and interpret its meaning. As we examine timelines and do the math behind Daniel 9:20-27, we see an incredible prophetic picture develop before our eyes.

Through the Bible (Daniel 9:1-24) by Brett Meador

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In one of the most powerful, poetic, and heartfelt prayers in the Bible, Daniel gives us a beautiful model to follow when we come before the Lord to praise Him, confess our sins, and request His help and mercy. As we break down his prayer in Daniel 9:1-24, we not only learn the posture of prayer but why we can approach God in this manner and what blessings we can expect when we do so.

It’s All Him by Brett Meador

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Daniel offers a prayer in Daniel 9:18 asking for God’s help while acknowledging that the answer is not dependent on any of his actions, but God alone. In fact, as we study, we learn that when it comes to God’s work in our lives, none of it is dependent upon us but all upon God’s mercy and grace.

Through the Bible (Daniel 8) by Brett Meador

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Daniel experiences another disturbing dream in Daniel 8 that perplexes him even after an angel explains it. As we break down this dream, we see how it was fulfilled perfectly in Alexander the Great and the aftermath of his death, and how it still will be fulfilled in the future with the coming of the Antichrist.

Jesus the Greatest by Brett Meador

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As one of the most notable and notorious figures in history, Alexander the Great did amazing things, conquered many nations, and was even foretold of in Daniel 8:1-8. As we investigate the life of Alexander the Great, we see that no matter how “great” he may have been, he is nothing compared to Jesus Christ.

Through the Bible (Daniel 7) by Brett Meador

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After a terrifying vision of four beasts, Daniel is not only left aghast but utterly clueless about its meaning. But luckily for us, we have the hindsight of history and supplemental information from other biblical prophecies to help us unlock the meaning and prophetic implications of the beasts in Daniel 7.

Another Perspective by Brett Meador

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One of Satan’s greatest tricks is carefully packaging his propaganda to appear harmless and even good, but we eventually find out what he is really selling. Daniel 7:3-8 gives us a demonstration of how things appear one way at first but later become altogether horrifyingly evil. As we study, we learn to identify these deceptive lies and what we can do to guard against being sucked into believing them.

Through the Bible (Daniel 6) by Brett Meador

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The story of “Daniel in the Lions’ Den” in Daniel 6 is one of the most famous and beloved accounts in the Bible – and for good reasons. As Daniel holds fast to his faith as he faces being torn to bits by hungry lions, he demonstrates how to trust God for deliverance, shows His mercy and grace to others, and even gives us a foreshadowing of Jesus Christ.

As He Did Before by Brett Meador

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A Bible teaching titled “As He Did Before” from Daniel 6:10 by Brett Meador.

Through the Bible (Daniel 5) by Brett Meador

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Even though he knows about God and the prophecy from Daniel about Babylon’s faith, King Belshazzar is in denial to the point of rebellion in Daniel 5. But even though he denies it, the writing is already on the wall and his fate has been sealed, showing us that whether we like it or not, God’s plan and power won’t be stopped.

The Writing on the Wall by Brett Meador

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King Belshazzar thinks he is riding high in his secure and prosperous kingdom, but in an instant, the hand of God comes against him, and his fall is swift and final. As we look at what was written against him in Daniel 5:25-31, we examine the brevity and fragility of our own lives and how we can tip the scales in our favor through Jesus Christ when we stand before God.

Through the Bible (Daniel 4) by Brett Meador

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A Bible teaching titled “Through the Bible (Daniel 4)” from Daniel 4 by Brett Meador.

The Problem With Pride by Brett Meador

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King Nebuchadnezzar has a big problem – his pride! And unfortunately, we all tend to struggle with this same sin in some way, shape, or form. As we see why pride is so destructive and what we can do to combat it, may we arrive at the same conclusion as King Nebuchadnezzar did in Daniel 4:37 and only boast in what God has done for us.

Through the Bible (Daniel 3) by Brett Meador

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When the egomaniac king sets up a statue of himself to be worshiped and three Jewish boys choose to disobey his mandate, the stage is set for one of the greatest demonstrations of faith and deliverance in the Bible. As we watch the story unfold in Daniel 3, we learn how to face difficulty and trials, stand firm in our faith, and trust that Jesus will be with us in the fire.

Even If by Brett Meador

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Facing certain death in the fiery furnace for standing up for their beliefs, Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-Nego show King Nebuchadnezzar an amazing demonstration of faith. As we study their example in Daniel 3:16-18, we learn about different types of faith and how we can practically demonstrate them in our own lives.

Is It True? by Brett Meador

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King Nebuchadnezzar is shocked and enraged by Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-Nego's stance and questions their disobedience to him in Daniel 3:14. In much the same way, we live in a day where we may be required to answer for our actions, and we must be ready with our response, have the courage to proclaim it boldly, and willingly accept the ramifications it may have for us.

Through the Bible (Daniel 2:17-49) by Brett Meador

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As God reveals King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream to Daniel to interpret, we get an amazing foreshadowing of history and even a glimpse forward to the End Times. As we study the breakdown of the dream’s image in Daniel 2:17-49, we see how it was fulfilled perfectly in the rise and fall of various empires, how it starts and stops a prophetic timeline, and how it ultimately points us to Jesus’ eternal kingdom.

Feedback From an Insomniac by Brett Meador

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After a distressing dream, King Nebuchadnezzar calls upon the nation’s best and brightest men for an interpretation in Daniel 2:1-19 - but finds their ability to offer helpful advice is severely limited. Likewise, it can be hard to know what to do and who to trust for the right answer when we face troubling situations today. But like Daniel, we can find wisdom and truth in the Word of the Lord and will know what to do as we seek Him.

Through the Bible (Daniel 1) by Brett Meador

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After being carted off to Babylon, young Daniel and his friends are faced with the choice to either conform to Babylonian culture or to hold fast to the godly principles they were taught back in Israel. As we study their situation in Daniel 1, we learn how we should face a world asking us to make compromises and glorify God through our obedience.

Introduction to Daniel by Brett Meador

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As we begin our study of the book of Daniel, we look at its namesake and find a powerful example of someone who lived a godly, purposeful, and impactful life even in the midst of a culture completely set against God.

Through the Bible (Ezekiel 45-48) by Brett Meador

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As we wrap up the book with our study of Ezekiel 45-48, we learn more about the Millennial Kingdom Temple, the new borders of Israel, and more details concerning a somewhat mysterious person known as The Prince. And while we may still find ourselves with more questions than answers, we can rest knowing that God’s plan is perfect, and it will be precisely fulfilled someday.

River of Life by Brett Meador

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Ezekiel receives a vision of a river flowing out from the Millennial Temple, through Jerusalem, and then east towards the Dead Sea. As we study this picture in Ezekiel 47:1-12, we see what it means in the future literally, but also how it applies to what Christian living looks like for us today.

Through the Bible (Ezekiel 42-44) by Brett Meador

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As we continue to look at the Millennial Kingdom Temple in Ezekiel 42-44, we see some interesting facts about the people serving here and how they will be doing so. And even if we may not totally understand everything now, we can still know that God is faithful to carry out His plans and what He says will come to pass.

Change is Good by Brett Meador

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We are given instructions in Ezekiel 46:8-9 on how people are to enter and exit the Temple during the Millennial Kingdom. And while these instructions are technically for a future time, we can learn from the concept now as we examine how and why God wants transformation in our lives.

Through the Bible (Ezekiel 40-41) by Brett Meador

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Ezekiel 40-41 introduces us to a new section of scripture that covers the blueprint for the Temple during the Millennial Kingdom. And while it initially may seem like irrelevant measurements and insignificant technicalities to us today, we learn important things about Jesus Christ within these details.

The East Gate by Brett Meador

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Ezekiel receives a prophecy about the glory of God returning to Israel through the East Gate in Jerusalem that contains huge historical and prophetic implications. As we look at Ezekiel 43:1-4 and the fascinating history of the East Gate, we see God’s power to open and shut, His claim on Jerusalem, and how this all plays into Jesus’ Second Coming.