As Alistair Begg explains, habits should be formed not out of legalism, but for holy living. Daniel was a prime example of this—so much so that the leading officials could count on his discipline of praying to his God three times a day. The governing authorities asked King Darius to make a law that would trap Daniel, then punished him by throwing him into a den of lions. Daniel, however, remained steadfast, providing us a pattern for a solitary life of godly conviction.
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