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Exiled to Babylon in 605 b.c., Daniel was one of several young men chosen to serve in Nebuchadnezzar's court. When Persia conquered Babylon in 539, Daniel was again given a position of power. He remained faithful to God in both of these hostile environments. From the interpretation of dreams, to the familiar stories of the fiery furnace, the lions' den, and the handwriting on the wall, to the prophetic visions, the recurrent theme is God's sovereignty over human affairs. In the historical sections (chs. 1-6) God supernaturally rescued Daniel and his friends. The rest of the book consists of visions of future judgment and deliverance by the Messiah. Some of Daniel's prophetic themes are echoed in the New Testament, especially in Revelation.

The God of History

No Compromise

By Marcus Tutt

Time to draw the line

No Compromise

By Goff Hope

Revelation needed

No Compromise

By Toby Skipper

Taking a stand

No Compromise

By Dan Jones

Pride comes before a fall

No Compromise

By Goff Hope

The writing's on the wall

No Compromise

By Toby Skipper

A provocation to pray

No Compromise

By Marcus Tutt

Is all history beastly?

No Compromise

By Goff Hope

Bright hope in dark places

No Compromise

By Goff Hope

Keep yourself in the love of God

No Compromise

By Marcus Tutt