Re:Verse passage – Daniel 2:31-49 (day seven) 

 And Daniel made request of the king, and he appointed Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego over the administration of the province of Babylon.” vs. 49.

Daniel’s first order of business when he gets into power is to request a promotion for his fellow Israelite companions. It may seem like a ploy for his friends to benefit off of Daniel’s success, but Daniel knows the importance of these three men. They were with him from the very beginning. They were there to stand with Daniel as he denied the king’s food. They were there to pray with Daniel when he promised the king an interpretation. They were crucial to Daniel’s success, and Daniel recognizes this.

We are stronger when we are together. We are stronger when we come alongside and encourage one another. We are stronger with community. This is what the church was designed to do.

Even on a day when it may seem like we are separated, we are still together. Our community is bigger than the walls of our building. Today we stand together to worship and pray with our families in our homes. All across this city and across this nation, we stand together to praise the King who is on the Throne. Our community is still together!

Author: Rick Henderson

Rick Henderson is the Associate Pastor for Students.

4 thoughts on “Community”

  1. Well said, Rick. Regardless of our circumstances, God remains on His throne and in our lives. He is surprised about nothing.

  2. Thank you for your comments today. In these days of turmoil this a great reminder that our our God is all prevailing, waiting for us to strangers up and fly right, associate my mother used to say,

  3. Community of like-minded believers in our Lord is EVERYTHING. So glad our worship leaders will be in the FBCSA pulpit today as we at home gather around our TV or device to worship together. No one can keep us apart. To God be HIS GLORY. Amen

  4. Thank you Rick for your post today. We are so fortunate to belong to a church that isn’t defined by its walls. God’s watching out for us, as he did Daniel. So grateful to all our pastors and choir for making it possible to worship in our homes.

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