Twenty choices will bring contentment when the world says you aren’t enough, closeness born of relationship with God, boldness to share the truth, and peace in times of trial. These choices were made by Daniel, a young Jewish man serving God in a godless society, revered by God, saved from lions. The Daniel Key will lead you to a life-changing faith.
What are the secrets of a successful, steadfast, and godly faith? Daniel was honored by God, protected, and trusted. His faith did not waver facing those who were against him, serving new kings in power, or even confronting hungry lions. How can you have that kind of faith? Daniel made 20 intentional, key choices in his life. Those choices took him down a path to a close relationship with God and a model for godly living to all around him. Daniel’s choices can be your choices—choices such as:
- The choice to trust
- The choice to obey
- The choice to pray
- The choice to worship
- The choice to repent
- The choice to live humbly
- The choice to have courage
The 20 choices will bring you contentment when the world says you are not enough, closeness born of a relationship with God, boldness to share the truth, and peace in times of trial. The Daniel Key will lead you to a life-changing faith.
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About the Author
Anne Graham Lotz is a bestselling and award-winning author of eleven books, including Wounded by God’s People. She is the president of AnGeL Ministries, Raleigh, North Carolina. Called “the best preacher in the family” by her father, Billy Graham, Anne speaks around the globe with the wisdom and authority of years spent studying God's Word. The New York Times named Anne one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation.
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THE DANIEL KEY 20 Choices That Make All the Difference By Anne Graham Lotz Everyone has heard the story of Daniel and his time he spent in the lion’s den and how God protected him, but do they think or know about Daniel and his faith or about him being highly esteemed by God. If he did not have the kind of faith that does not waver in times of looking at death, the story may have ended differently. Daniel’s faith was in God and nothing changed that. He made the choice to listen, forgive and pray when things look the darkest. Daniel learned that certain things can made a difference. In this book Anne Graham Lotz shares these differences and how they have helped her. Some of the differences are: worship, loyalty, praying God’s Word, attitude are just a few that are presented in a devotional form in this book. She starts with a Bible verse, then adds a story about how the differences helped Daniel or helped her. She gives a section titled Think About It that can help you with that devotion. A closing prayer is offered at the end of each devotion that may be a help for you if you are having a problem in that area. The in-depth look at Daniel’s life and his faith in God is very important to all who want to follow Christ. This is a small book and consists of twenty devotions that contain a lot of information that will be very helpful. It can be used as a study or a discussion book. I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255
I just wrapped up reading The Daniel Key: 20 Choices that Make All the Difference by Anne Graham Lotz. It was such a charming book. Her stories were relatable and perfectly tied in with her message. Her voice is so strong throughout the book that you can almost hear her telling the stories. The set up of the book makes it really easy to read. There's a Bible verse at the beginning, a short message, follow up questions and a prayer at the end of each of the 20 sections. This book would be a great Bible study as there are so many things to discuss. Each message makes you think and reevaluate choices your are making in your own life. The Daniel Key would be a fun book to work through with a friend, spouse or small group. I'd highly recommend it.