by Adrian Rogers

Facing The New Age
Adrian Rogers

Would you take God's precious, holy word this morning and find the book of Daniel, the prophet of Daniel. It'd be the third chapter of Daniel that we're looking for, it's back toward the back of the Old Testament. If you did not bring a bible with you today, most likely there are some there in the pew rack before you. We're continuing a series on anti-Christ just a little brief three part series, this is the last message and I've entitled the message today, FACING THE NEW AGE. There's a movement today known as the new age movement, we're going to be talking about it, it is really based in the spirit of anti-Christ. The anti-Christ is a world leader who is about to burst on the seam. He will globalize and homogenize all of the worlds religions and politics into one global force. This false leader is known as the beast or the anti-Christ or the man of sin or the wicked one. We might well say he is the devil's Messiah, he will be Satan's superman. Now, the story that we're about to read is the story of Shadrach, Meeshach and Abendego, three Hebrews in Babylonian captivity who were thrown into a fiery furnace because they would not bow down and worship a golden image. There is not a boy, not a girl here who has been in Sunday School in my estimation who has not heard this story. As a matter of fact, we've heard it so many times we may just check it out and say well, I don't need to listen to that, but I want to tell you dear friend, that's not just what God has done, it is what God will do and it's not just what God has said, it is what God is saying and it is a very pertinent, powerful and persuasive passage for us today- Chapter three, verse one, Nebuchadnezzar, the king made an image of gold whose height was three score cubits and the breadth thereof six cubits and he set it up in the plain of Dura in the province of Babylon. Then Nebuchadnezzar the king sent to gather together the princes, the governors, and the treasurers, an ...

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