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Part 6 of 9 of the series Survey of Prophecy. In the final papers of this series, we shall concentrate on the two books of Daniel and Revelation. In order to see how the various predicted events fit together, it is necessary to have a panoramic view of these two books, and the present paper is devoted to such a panoramic view. This feature is similar to Pharaoh's two dreams the seven lean kine and the seven lean ears : "God hath showed Pharaoh what he is about to do The larger part of the book of Daniel is not so mysterious as it may appear at first sight, since the first three of the kingdoms of men are interpreted by name, and the consequences of these are found in past history. The fourth kingdom is not interpreted; it is split between the period around the Lord's lifetime, and the end times.
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Verse 1 In the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim king of Judah came Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon unto Jerusalem, and besieged it. 2 And the Lord gave.
The Book of Daniel is a 2nd-century BCE biblical apocalypse with an ostensible 6th century BCE setting, combining a prophecy of history with an eschatology a portrayal of end times both cosmic in scope and political in focus. The book's influence has resonated through later ages, from the community of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the authors of the gospels and of Revelation , to various movements from the 2nd century to the Protestant Reformation and modern millennialist movements—on which it continues to have a profound influence. The Book of Daniel is divided between the court tales of chapters 1—6 and the apocalyptic visions of 7—12, and between the Hebrew of chapters 1 and 8—12 and the Aramaic of chapters 2—7. There is a recognised chiasm a concentric literary structure in which the main point of a passage is placed in the centre and framed by parallel elements on either side in "ABBA" fashion in the chapter arrangement of the Aramaic section.
Chapters 10, 11 and 12 in the Book of Daniel make up Daniel's final vision , describing a series of conflicts between the unnamed "King of the North" and "King of the South" leading to the " time of the end ", when Israel will be vindicated and the dead raised, some to everlasting life and some to shame and everlasting contempt. In contemporary Christian millennialism , Daniel —45 is interpreted as a prophecy of the career and destruction of the Antichrist , and Daniel 12 as concerning the salvation of Israel the modern State of Israel and the coming kingdom of Christ. Chapter 10, a prologue: In the third year of Cyrus the Persian conqueror of Babylon , after fasting for three weeks, Daniel sees a vision of a man clothed in linen, clearly a supernatural being, who tells him that he is currently engaged in a battle with the " prince of Persia ", in which he is assisted by " Michael , your prince".
This material is the result of years of study, reflection, research, organizing and writing. Its objective is to present our precious message in a profound yet simple manner gleaning the gems of truth from Scripture and the writings of the Spirit of Prophecy.