Who Do I Think I Am? By Thomas Lorimer
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When most of us think of the Old Testament prophet, Daniel, we think of prophecies—prophecies about the return of Israel from captivity, the Beast, the imagery of the Last Days and so forth. Others call to memory the thrilling tales, like the story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den, or the three Hebrew youths—Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego—defying the king’s command to worship his idol or face death in a fiery furnace. But the Book of Daniel is much more than these stories, true as they are. Who Do I Think I Am? by Thomas Lorimer draws on Daniel’s example to focus on the primary virtue that goes to the very heart of the Christian life, and is essential for any Believer who determines, under Christ’s lordship, to live a holy life. The author points out that Daniel is one of the few men in the Bible about whom there is absolutely no sin recorded—the prophet is “a superhero of the Old Testament, a Biblical legend and a model of the potential of every Christian in the power of God.” What was the secret to Daniel’s spiritual success? In a format that makes it a handy accessory to daily devotions, here is a book you will find immensely valuable, a real encouragement to develop in your own life the virtue God prizes so highly in his children.