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Sermons

I preached this sermon series in the book of Daniel during the first half of 2017. Enjoy!

(The links will take you to the website of the church where I serve.)

    The Book of Daniel: What if this is the end?

  1. Daniel 1 - Captivity in Babylon
  2. Daniel 2 (part 1) - Nebuchadnezzar's Dream
  3. Daniel 2 (part 2) - The Times of the Gentiles
  4. Daniel 3 - The Fiery Furnace
  5. Daniel 4 (part 1) - Nebuchadnezzar's 2nd Dream
  6. Daniel 4 (part 2) - Nebuchadnezzar's Conversion
  7. Daniel 5 - The Writing on the Wall
  8. Daniel 6 - The Lions' Den
  9. Daniel 7 (part 1) - The Four Beasts
  10. Daniel 7 (part 2) - The Son of Man
  11. Daniel 7 (part 3) - The Ascension of Christ
  12. Daniel 7 (part 4) - The War Against God
  13. Daniel 8 (part 1) - The Ram & the Goat
  14. Daniel 8 (part 2) - The 2300 days & the Little Horn
  15. Daniel 9 (part 1) - The Seventy Years
  16. Daniel 9 (part 2) - The Seventy Weeks
  17. Daniel 10 - The Vision of Michael
  18. Daniel 11 (part 1) - The Kings of the North & South
  19. Daniel 11 (part 2) - The Time of the End
  20. Daniel 12 - The 1290 Days & 1335 Days


These sermons below are from a series in the book of Mark. These ones were preached during Winter, 2014-15.

(The links will take you to the website of the church where I serve.)

    Sermons on a prophecy by Jesus in Mark 13

  1. Mark 13:1-13 - We can't hate Jesus forever
  2. Mark 13:1-23 - Why didn't Jesus save Jerusalem?
  3. Mark 13:24-27 - How past knowledge of the future strengthens God's people in the present
  4. Mark 13:28-37 - How to wait for the second coming of Christ

About Me

Historicism.com is owned and operated by me, Joe Haynes, of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. I serve as a pastor in a church plant in Victoria since 2013. My wife, Heather, and I have five kids. In 2011, I completed a Master of Arts in Christian Studies from Northwest Baptist Seminary at the Associated Canadian Theological Seminaries of Trinity Western University. Feel free to visit my blog at Keruxai.com.
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