King Daniel Research Paper

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The writing of the Hebrew scriptures of Daniel, gives details about making the right choice. Daniel, lived in Judah along with Nebuchadnezzar, the Babylonian took control of the nation, in the early 600 BC. Nebuchadnezzar, took a group of prominent families to Babylon. Daniel was appointed to become the Kings assistant,because of his wisdom and talents. Although, he was sent off to be trained for his new position. During the Jews exile there, were many challenge and obstacles. Daniel had to interact in many situations during King Nebuchadnezzar, kingship. Thus, Daniel had to prove his faith in God a numerous of time during exile. God gave Daniel a vision of the future, which would, be the end of exile, into a more promising
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The King had made an new decree, to those who would pray to a god of human or divine (Daniel 6: 12). These new rules, consequently, was directed to Daniel, because he prayed, daily, (3 times a day). Daniel was thrown into the “lion’s den” God shut, the mouth of the lions, and Daniel was spared (Daniel 6:25-27). The King of Persia and Babylon, was grateful to God that Daniel was spared, although, he tried, to change the order of decree, nevertheless, God, has shown the people that, He is the true and divine …show more content…
These beast entitled of kingdoms of the world in the past. In chapter 7, Daniel vision goes beyond, any of his other dreams and vision, he seen the future and God himself, “The Ancient of Days,” sitting on a throne of fire with blazing wheels (7:9), (Hays, 2010). God gave Daniel, victory over his enemies, because of his faith , while he lived, in exile. Daniel prayed for seven years.
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