The book of Daniel is one of the most significant prophetic books in the Bible. Its prophecies of world-ruling empires are closely related to Revelation.
Daniel’s friends Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-Nego served as advisers to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. What lessons can we learn from their experiences?
King Nebuchadnezzar had a puzzling dream that no one could explain—until God gave the interpretation to Daniel. Does this dream have any significance for us?
Understanding dreams and visions is an integral part of the book of Daniel. Is this how God speaks to us today?
Over 2,500 years ago King Nebuchadnezzar of the Babylonian Empire delivered a message that is still relevant for each of us today.
A king of ancient Babylon was terrified when a man’s hand suddenly appeared, writing a warning message on his palace wall. What does it mean for us today?
The famous Bible story of Daniel and the lions’ den is more than a simple account of God’s deliverance. It also shows that no one is a match for the true God.
Chapter 7 of Daniel describes four beasts coming up from the Mediterranean Sea. What did Daniel’s vision represent, and what does it mean for us today?
The phrase Ancient of Days is unique to the book of Daniel. A careful study of the text helps reveal the identity of this supernatural being.
The eighth chapter of Daniel features an astounding vision of a male sheep and a male goat. What did this vision represent, and is it relevant for us today?
One of the intriguing subjects of Daniel 9 is the time the Jewish people would be in captivity in Babylon. When did this occur? What can we learn from it?
Daniel accurately dated the coming of Christ and discussed events leading up to His second coming. What can we learn from the 70 weeks of Daniel?
The prophecy of Daniel 11 includes amazing details about great empires, political developments and end-time powers that would affect the Jewish people.
Jesus spoke of a mysterious "abomination of desolation" as a sign of the end time before His second coming. What does the Bible tell us about this?
Daniel wrote about a “king of the North” who would be involved in the Middle East prior to Christ’s return. Who is this person? What will he do?
Daniel wrote about a “king of the South” who would play a pivotal role through history and just before Christ’s return. Who is the king of the South?
Daniel the prophet warns us of a terrible time ahead for the entire world! But he also provides wonderful hope for those who submit their lives to God.
The book of Daniel provides the names of two angels, but there are a vast number of them. Why did God create these spirit beings?
The Bible was primarily written in Hebrew and Greek. But a small portion, including several chapters in Daniel, was written in Aramaic. Why was Aramaic used?
The apocalyptic style of writing seems to have been inspired by prophetic books of the Bible, especially Daniel. What is the significance for us today?