This series of messages is a verse by verse exposition of the book of Daniel by Cornel Rasor, a pastor at Kootenai Community Church. These messages were preached during our Sunday Morning Worship Service. Click here for more teaching by Cornel Rasor.

God Rescues His Saints (Daniel 3:24-30)

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are rescued from the furnace and Nebuchadnezzar promotes them. An exposition of Daniel 3:24-30.

The Cost of Commitment (Daniel 3:8-23)

Nebuchadnezzar interrogates and punishes Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego for their refusal to bow to his idol.

The Dream Continues (Daniel 2:45-49)

Daniel finishes his interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and is rewarded.

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The Dream Interpreted (Daniel 2:36-44)

Daniel begins the interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream.

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Daniel 2:28-35 Review

There is an audio delay issue with the video caused by the new video setup. We hope to have it fixed before the next recording.

Review of subject matter from July 2020

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The King’s Dream (Daniel 2:28-35)

Daniel continues to give glory to God for being able to reveal dreams. He then begins to describe the dream that Nebuchadnezzar had interpreted. An exposition of Daniel 2:28-35.

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Cornel Rasor

Cornel Rasor


Cornel was raised on a cattle ranch north of Sandpoint with his parents and 4 siblings. He graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1974. Cornel studied veterinary medicine at North Idaho College and The University of Idaho. He left college and married Kim Luckey in 1976. He worked in the lumber and logging industry until 1981 when he became the manager of the Army Surplus Store.

Cornel and Kim have 3 children and 16 grandchildren. Cornel was saved in 1975 and has been involved in the teaching ministry for 3 decades. As a young Christian, he was discipled by Jess Whetsel and finds great joy in joining him in ministry at KCC where he is active in teaching and occasional preaching. Cornel has been an elder at KCC since 2014.

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