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If You Pray, You Get Fed to the Lions

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He heard the decree from his window: “For the next thirty days, anyone who prays to anyone other than the king will be thrown to the lions.”

    Daniel pushed the shutters open. On the rooftop across the way, two of the king’s advisors who hated him stood, glaring intensely. He nodded cordially as he met their eyes, and they nodded back, as conning smiles spread across their faces.
    

Daniel went to every window in his chamber and swung it wide open. At each there seemed to be observers. Then he went to the center of the room, where all could see him, knelt, and began worshiping God.

    The king was dejected when the guards brought Daniel before him. The king had been tricked. His decree could not be revoked, though he had sought all day to find a way to free Daniel, whom he considered to be a good man.

    “Take him,” King Darius said to the guards. Then he looked in Daniel’s eyes and said, “May your God, whom you serve continually, rescue you!” (Daniel 6:16). The soldiers took Daniel to the den, with the king following close behind. Daniel did not say a word, but bowed to the king and walked in among the lions. The doorway was sealed with a large boulder.

    Daniel went to the center of the den, knelt, and began worshiping God.


Extreme worship is not a manner of praise. It’s not a specific method or a particular tradition. It’s not determined by debating organ music versus contemporary praise. In fact, it has little to do with how we praise God at all. Extreme worship is defined by when and where we worship. When we are drawn to worship during our most stressful times, we practice extreme worship. When we are drawn to sing praise where the opposition is strongest, we practice extreme worship. Like Daniel, we must not allow our circumstances to dictate when and where we worship God. We must be prepared to live out our faith anytime, any place. Are you willing to serve God in extreme worship today?

Source: Extreme Devotion



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    • LORD Wellington to you.

      Are you?

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      The only people the Romans fed to the lions were worthless used up slaves, petty criminals and Jews for refusing to bow down to the emperor as a god. There is no historical mention of Christians being fed to the lions.

      The piece of evidence claimed by Christianity by Josephus turned out to be a fake. The word used was ‘crestus’ meaning ‘good people, and changed in the 4th century into ‘cristus’. The word looked strange because there was too large a gap between the r and s, so they examined the document under black light, where you can clearly see the letter is an e.

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