Face2Face Daniel

Roger EllsworthSKU: F2FDAN2235 ISBN: 9781846252235



At an early age, Daniel was taken from the city of Jerusalem to live the remainder of his days in Babylon. But while living in Babylon, Daniel continued to live for Jerusalem. In Babylon, he lived for the God of grace he had come to know in Jerusalem. Going face to face with Daniel requires Christians to go face to face with this piercing question: Are we willing to live for God while we live in a world that is opposed to God?

About the Author:

Having served for many years as a pastor, Roger Ellsworth is currently engaged in itinerant ministry. He is also the author of fifty books, many of which have been published by Day One. He and his wife, Sylvia, have two sons and five grand-children.


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Every Christian who has longed for heaven has lamented still living in Babylon. Roger Ellsworth not only brings us face to face with Daniel the prophet, but points us hopefully to the heavenly Jerusalem. Faithful to the text and immensely practical, this book teaches us how to live for the glory of God in a corrupt world.
—C. Ben Mitchell, PhD, Graves Professor of Moral Philosophy, Union University, Jackson, Tennessee USA

Daniel is one of the great heroes of the Bible. In a time of great uncertainty and difficulty, he shines forth as one who worships the only true God. In this book, Roger Ellsworth excels in drawing out the practical nature of Daniel’s faith, how he dealt with real life situations and put the Living God at the very center of everything. This is a book for everyone, for we all need to be reminded what it means to stand firm and live for the Glory of God. Read this book! You will be greatly blessed.
—David Clark, Christian entrepreneur, a joint editor of ‘Christian Hymns’, and author of a number of articles

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