The Lions’ Den To The Tomb (Isaiah 53:10-12)

Terrel Kesterson, March 25, 2018
Part of the series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Daniel was a faithful Old Testament believer who was among the Jews taken into captivity in
Babylon. As time went on we’re told, “Daniel distinguished himself” above the Babylonian
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government officials, and the king thought about putting him in authority over all of them. Some
of them were very jealous of Daniel and came up with a plan to have him put to death.
God the Father said of Jesus, “This is My beloved Son in whom I well pleased” (Mt. 3:17; 17:5).
Jesus said, “I have come down from heaven … to do … the will of Him who sent Me” (Jn. 6:38).
Jesus faithfully carried out the work His Father had sent Him to do as the promised
Messiah/Savior, preaching of forgiveness for sins and eternal salvation in Him. The people loved
Jesus, but many of their leaders were jealous of Him, hated Him, and plotted to kill Him

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Isaiah 53:10-12

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