LESSON NOTES

Daniel 3:1-30

Daniel 3:1 In the last chapter Daniel interpreted Nebuchadnezzar’s dream of a statue, the head of which was of gold, the breast and arms of silver, the middle portion of bronze, the legs of iron, and the feet and toes of iron mixed with clay. As Daniel interpreted the...

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Daniel 1:1-21

Since Daniel begins by relating the events of the book to the deliverance of King Jehoiakim into Nebuchadnezzar’s hands, it must have been through the first of these three invasions that Daniel and his friends Hananiah (renamed Shadrach), Mishael (Meshach), and...

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Daniel 11:1-45

The prophecy of Daniel 11:1-35 was prophecy in Daniel’s day but is now history. Fulfilled prophecy is one of the greatest proofs of the supernatural nature of the Scriptures. The accuracy of these prophecies are the reason that critics have attacked the Book of...

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Daniel 9:1-27

Daniel 9:1-3 These verses show studied Scripture and flowing from that was led and guided in prayer. He saw the prophecies of Jeremiah as inspired Scripture, even though Jeremiah had died only a few decades earlier. As Daniel studied Jeremiah 25:11-13, he saw that God...

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Daniel 8:1-7

Daniel 8:1-2 Overview - This chapter is the account of a vision seen by Daniel in the third year of the reign of Belshazzar. This was the King of Daniel 5 who saw the handwriting on the wall which foretold his impending judgment. This vision appears to have occurred...

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Daniel 7:1-27

Daniel 7:1-3 - The scene of these events is “the great sea” (Daniel 7:2), which possibly meant the Mediterranean. But in scripture the sea is a picture of the Gentile world (Revelation 13:1;21:1, which predicts that in the new earth there will be no more “sea”). From...

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Daniel 6:1-27

Darius the Mede must not be confused with Darius I who ruled Persia from 522 to 486 and during whose reign the temple was restored by the Jewish remnant at Jerusalem. King Cyrus ruled the Persian empire from 539 to 530 and was succeeded by Cambyses (530–522 B.C.)....

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Daniel 4:1-37

Daniel 4:1-3 Daniel has recorded an official proclamation by King Nebuchadnezzar. One of the greatest Kings in history records his testimony here on how God humbled him and what led him to insanity and his restoration. The events of this chapter begin with a second...

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Intro to Daniel

As we begin to consider this book we need to lay down some basic principles of interpretation as we study this book. These basic rules will help you as you read the Book and as we discuss it in class. Principle 1 – There are two types of prophetic formula; symbolic...

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Daniel 2:1-49

Crisis leadership requires our best kind of leadership and only in these times of stress do we develop into the complete leader that God has destined each of us to become. In our story today Daniel is in one of those difficult situations and his leadership ability is...

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