In this two-hour Bible Study, Rabbi Glenn concludes his study of Daniel by revisiting the book and answering questions.
Rabbi Glenn concludes Daniel 11 in this second part of this two-part Bible Study.
Rabbi Glenn discusses the final chapter of Daniel in this two-part Bible Study of the book.
In this Bible Study, Rabbi Glenn reviews Daniel Chapter 11 explaining Daniel's vision that foretold the demise of the Persian kingdom and the rise of the Hellenistic kingdom and how these kingdoms eventually played out in history, in particular, how these kingdoms impacted the Jewish people and vice versa. The prophecy extends to the End of the Age and the
In the Bible Study this week, Rabbi Glenn gives an overview of Daniel 10 in preparation for Daniel 11.
In this week's Bible Study, Rabbi Glenn continues his study of Daniel 9 with an in-depth review of Daniel 9:24-27.
This week Rabbi Glenn discusses Bikkurim (First Fruits) as Resurrection Day versus the tradition of Sunday. He also provides an overview of the timeline of the book of Daniel.
Rabbi Glenn begins his study of Daniel Chapter 9 that begins with Daniel's beautiful and heartfelt confession of national sin and his appeal to God's mercy and reputation to restore the Jewish people to the Land and rebuild the Temple. Next week will be a review and a study of Daniel 9:24-27 that compares this time more broadly with Matthew Chapter
Rabbi Glenn continues his study of Daniel Chapter 8.
This week Rabbi Glenn covers Daniel 8:1-14, in which the prophet was given a vision portending the coming of Alexander the Great; the demise of the Persian Empire; the death of Alexander at the peak of his brief but vast conquest; the splitting of his kingdom among his four generals; and the horrible oppression of the Jewish people by one
This week Rabbi Glenn covers Part 3 of Daniel Chapter 7 comparing the "Son of Man" passage with other prophecies such as Isaiah 9 and Zechariah 14 as well as New Testament references (Matthew 26:64 and Luke 1:30-33) that attest to the everlasting nature of the Kingdom that Messiah Yeshua will usher in.
Rabbi Glenn begins Part 1 of his study of Daniel Chapter 7. One of the points of focus is the expression "Son of Man," the title by which Yeshua most often called Himself (most notably before the High Priest in Matthew 26). Because of the heavy content and emphasis of Daniel 7, the next two Bible Studies will be devoted to
This week Rabbi Glenn concludes his study of Daniel 6.
This week Rabbi Glenn begins Daniel Chapter 6 (the famous "Lion's Den" miracle). Long before Daniel was given visions/dreams/oracles, he was a godly man of proven character. Remaining faithful to pray to Adonai and knowing that to do so had become a capital crime, Daniel displays great conviction and courage. Next week Rabbi Glenn will continue with an in-depth study of Chapter 6.
This week Rabbi Glenn covers Daniel 5 with an emphasis on Belshazzar's feast and the downfall of Babylon.
In the Bible Study this week, Rabbi Glenn finishes Daniel 4. He discusses how Daniel 4 highlights God's greater plan to reveal Himself (through the Jewish people) to people from every nation and people group. This week's study includes discussion on Isaiah 56:3-8 and Ephesians 2:11-14.
Rabbi Glenn begins Daniel 4 with an overview of the major events in the chapter.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviews Daniel Chapter 2 (the mystery of King Nebuchadnezzar's dream revealed). This Bible Study focuses on the historical outworking of that dream: Babylon succeeded by Media and Persia, then Greece, and then Rome. The same sovereign God who reveals mysteries is the One who raises up kings and brings them down and who acts on behalf of His people
In honor of the last night of Chanukkah (the Feast of Dedication), Daniel Chapters 8 and 11 are studied at the Bible Study this week.
This week Rabbi Glenn briefly reviews the major themes and provides a general outline of the book of Daniel. He then reads and discusses Daniel Chapter 2.
Rabbi Glenn begins his study of Daniel with an introduction of the book.