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Copy of Copy of Daniel in a nutshell

Brief overview of the book of Daniel (both historic and prophetic chapters) [English-Romanian version]
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Transcript of Copy of Copy of Daniel in a nutshell

Overview of the book of
Daniel

Sacred History of
Past, Present and Future
4
grand
prophecies
which cover thousands of years
Historical
records
important
insight
into end-time events
Chapter 1
Babylonian eating
customs
were forced on the four captive Jewish youths,
but they insisted on clean food
5
historical
records
which have a bearing on our time
Sacred History of
Past, Present and Future
4
grand
prophecies
which cover thousands of years
5
historical
records
which have a bearing on our time
valuable
instruction
for the believers
Historical
records
important
insight
into end-time events
valuable
instruction
for the believers
Health reformers
Need to practice strict
temperance
in the end-time
Do not conform to the practices of the world
Chapter 1
Health reformers
Need to practice strict
temperance
in the end-time
Do not conform to the practices of the world
Chapter 3
A golden
image was set up
,
people were compelled to worship it.
When the music was started, everyone bowed,
only the three Hebrew youths remained standing.
Forced worship
Adhere to principle with
steadfastness
If you don't give in to temptation, God will save you from the fiery furnace
Prophetic significance: image and mark of the beast vs. 144000 (Rev. ch. 13 & 14)
Chapter 3
1
Chapters in Daniel
Capitole in Daniel
2
3
4
5
6
7
8-9
10-12
Historic
Prophetic
Forced worship
Adhere to principle with
steadfastness
If you don't give in to temptation, God will save you from the fiery furnace
Prophetic significance: image and mark of the beast vs. 144000 (Rev. ch. 13 & 14)
Chapter 4
The King of Babylon lifted up
his heart in
pride
, but God gave him
over to Satan for seven years,
(he became insane and acted like a beast)
King of kings
Pride over personal achievements is vanity, only
humble hearts
are blessed
Even proud Babylon will aknowledge God's supremacy when her time is over
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
King Belshazzar
defiled
the vessels of God's Temple,
so Babylon was marked for destruction
As in Lot's days
Abuse of holy things leads to perdition
No room for slackness and revelry in a time of impending judgement
The
spotless
servants of God are safe even in the midst of the plagues
Chapter 5
As in Lot's days
Chapter 6
Law
prohibiting free worship
:
People are forced to pray to
King Darius on pain of death.
Daniel cast into the lions' den, but saved by God.
Religious liberty trodden
In the final conflict, the saints will need uncompromising
faith and patience
Prophetic significance: free worship will be prohibited (daily taken away), violators sentenced to death
Chapter 6
Religious liberty trodden
Babylonian eating
customs
were forced on the four captive Jewish youths,
but they insisted on clean food
King of kings
Pride over personal achievements is vanity, only
humble hearts
are blessed
Even proud Babylon will aknowledge God's supremacy when her time is over
King Belshazzar
defiled
the vessels of God's Temple,
so Babylon was marked
for destruction
Abuse of holy things leads to perdition
No room for slackness and revelry in a time of impending judgement
The
spotless
servants of God are safe even in the midst of the plagues
Law
prohibiting free worship
:
People are forced to pray to
King Darius on pain of death.
Daniel cast into the lions' den,
but saved by God.
In the final conflict, the saints will need uncompromising
faith and patience
Prophetic significance: free worship will be prohibited (daily taken away), violators sentenced to death
Grand
prophecies
divine
outline
of past present and future history
the wisdom of God is
revealed
to careful students
Grand
prophecies
divine
outline
of past present and future history
the wisdom of God is
revealed
to careful students
Chapter 2
Daniel explains Nebuchadnezzar's
dream of the great image
(statue),
representing the great world empires
of human history
Our ignoble history
The history of our race is terrible, man is
morally declining
with each generation
God has set up His spiritual Kingdom at Pentecost, but will terminate the present physical Kingdoms in the Judgement
Chapter 2
Our ignoble history
Daniel explains Nebuchadnezzar's
dream of the great image
(statue),
representing the great world empires
of human history
Babylon
Medo-Persia
Greece
Rome
the union of church and state
Kingdom
of Heaven
The history of our race is terrible, man is
morally declining
with each generation
God has set up His spiritual Kingdom at Pentecost, but will terminate the present physical Kingdoms in the Judgement
606–539 B.C.
539–331 B.C.
331–169 B.C.
169 B.C.–476 A.D.
476 A.D.–?
31 A.D.–∞
Chapter 7
Vision of the
four beasts
and
the little horn power.
Investigative judgement and
takeover by Christ.
Chapter 7
Vision of the
four beasts
and
the little horn power.
Investigative judgement and
takeover by Christ.
Faces of
Satan's Kingdom
Babylon
Medo-Persia
Greece
Rome
Divided Kingdoms
606–539 B.C.
539–331 B.C.
331–169 B.C.
169 B.C.–476 A.D.
476 A.D.–?
10 horns ~ 10 toes -> decentralised political powers (heads are centralised powers)
538 A.D. -> last Arian kingdom subdued (Ostrogoths)
changed times (Sabbath -> Sunday) and laws (abolished 2nd commandment)
persecution of the true church -> inquisition
1798 A.D. -> Napoleon's general takes pope captive
1260 years of papal tyranny
538 1798
10 horns ~ 10 toes -> decentralised political powers (heads are centralised powers)
538 A.D. -> last Arian kingdom subdued (Ostrogoths)
changed times (Sabbath -> Sunday) and laws (abolished 2nd commandment)
persecution of the true church -> inquisition
1798 A.D. -> Napoleon's general takes pope captive
1260 years of papal tyranny
Daniel's attention is directed
especially to the little horn
Daniel's attention is directed
especially to the little horn
Investigative judgement
Investigative judgement
Parallel with Revelation 4-5!
Takes place after the papal tyranny is over (after 1798)
Parallel with Revelation 4-5!
Takes place after the papal tyranny is over (after 1798)
God presides as Judge
The Eternal One sits on a throne;
fire/lightning keep issuing from Him
The judgement sits
thrones (plural!) are set
The judgement sits
thrones (plural!) are set
Angels witness the trial
Their number is 1.000 x 1.000 and 10.000 x 10.000
Angels witness the trial
Their number is 1.000 x 1.000 and 10.000 x 10.000
The evidence presented
The books of judgement contain the history of all kingdoms, churches and individuals
The evidence presented
The books of judgement contain the history of all kingdoms, churches and individuals
The Judgement of
Christ's Kingdom
The Son of Man needs to present evidence that he is a worthy King
The Son of Man needs to present evidence that he is a worthy King
The purified saints are the proof that sin has no legitimacy in the universe and it can be obliterated
The ultimate argument
The ultimate argument
The purified saints are the proof that sin has no legitimacy in the universe and it can be obliterated
Chapters 8 & 9
The
2.300 years
prophecy on
the transgression of desolation,
the daily and the sanctuary.
The time of
Christ's ministry
given.
The little horn power
Canaan
Intricate details are shown about this power multiple times, so we cannot miss
False religion and paganized Christianity are
abominations
to God
Medo-Persia
Greece
539–331 B.C.
331–169 B.C.
Chapters 8 & 9
The
2.300 years
prophecy on
the transgression of desolation,
the daily and the sanctuary.
The time of
Christ's ministry
given.
Alexander
th
Great
e
Seleucus
Ptolemy
Lysimachus
Cassander
Rome
Alexander
the Great
Both powers forced idolatry and persecuted the saints under both covenants
Faces of
Satan's Kingdom
The Judgement of
Christ's Kingdom
Satan's Kingdom
The little horn power
Intricate details are shown about this power multiple times, so we cannot miss
False religion and paganized Christianity are
abominations
to God
Pagan and Papal Rome
Both powers forced idolatry and persecuted the saints under both covenants
Pagan and Papal Rome
2300 and 490 years
2300 and 490 years
2300 years
Abomination of desolation
Sanctuary cleanesed/restored
Abomination of desolation
Sanctuary cleanesed/restored
490 years
The
vision
of the restoration of the sanctuary is the most important concern
Prophetic days: 2300 years pertain to the
time of the end
457
B.C.
34
A.D.
49 years
434 years
7 years
1844
A.D.
Jerusalem rebuilt
Jerusalem rebuilt
Messiah the Prince
Messiah the Prince
Artaxerxes' command to rebuild J.
Artaxerxes' command to rebuild J.
End of Jewish dipsensation
End of Jewish dipsensation
27 A.D.
34 A.D.
31 A.D.
Beginning of Christ's public ministry
Beginning of Christ's public ministry
3.5 years
3.5 years
The last 7 years
The last 7 years
Jews stone Stephen and reject the gospel
Jews stone Stephen and reject the gospel
Messiah cut off, sacrifice fulfilled
Messiah cut off, sacrifice fulfilled
Confirming the Covenant
Confirming the Covenant
14 Nisan
Christ preaches the Gospel
Christ preaches the Gospel
Apostles preach the Gospel
Apostles preach the Gospel
321 - 325
A.D.
538
A.D.
1798
A.D.
70
A.D.
Sanctuary (earthly) destroyed
Rome's armies destroyed Jerusalem and the Jewish temple in 70 A.D.
Jews ceased to be God's people as a chosen nation
Sanctuary (earthly) destroyed
Rome's armies destroyed Jerusalem and the Jewish temple in 70 A.D.
Jews ceased to be God's people as a chosen nation
Sanctuary (heavenly) trodden
Trinity and Sunday worship forced
Christ's daily ministry was obscured by the Mass and Confession
Catholicism became the imperial religion
Bible suppressed, "heretics" persecuted
Sanctuary (heavenly) trodden
Trinity and Sunday worship forced
Christ's daily ministry was obscured by the Mass and Confession
Catholicism became the imperial religion
Bible suppressed, "heretics" persecuted
Rome (and the Papacy) delivered from siege by the last Arian kingdom standing
Rome (and the Papacy) delivered from siege by the last Arian kingdom standing
Napoleon's general brings Pope into captivity
Napoleon's general brings Pope into captivity
Papal supremacy of the Dark Ages
Papal supremacy of the Dark Ages
Personal relationship with God through Christ's ministry in heaven was suppressed
Personal relationship with God through Christ's ministry in heaven was suppressed
1260 years
Chapters 10-12
History of the great conflict between
the kings of the north and south
,
and the final deliverance of God's people.
Spiritual warfare
The re-building of the temple was hindered by corrupt agents of the enemy
Daniel was still concerned about the
vision
, so he started to
fast and pray
Immediately, the forces of God were dispatched to counter the evil influences
Chapters 10-12
History of the great conflict between
the kings of the north and south
,
and the final deliverance of God's people.
Spiritual warfare
The re-building of the temple was hindered by corrupt agents of the enemy
Daniel was still concerned about the
vision
, so he started to
fast and pray
Immediately, the forces of God were dispatched to counter the evil influences
Time to be delivered
Intricate details of the war between the
kings of north and south
and their impact on the people of God (first Jews later Christians)
In the time of the end, fallen Christianity (north) will overcome atheism/spiritualism (south) and the whole world will unite against the saints
Final deliverance after the great
time of trouble
Time to be delivered
Intricate details of the war between the
kings of north and south
and their impact on the people of God (first Jews later Christians)
In the time of the end, fallen Christianity (north) will overcome atheism/spiritualism (south) and the whole world will unite against the saints
Final deliverance after the great
time of trouble
1260
1290
1335
How long till the end?
The fulfillment of Daniel 12 is still future (cf. Revelation 10 and Mark 13:14-20)
The time of trouble (3.5 years = 1260 days) commences when religious freedom is universally abolished (
daily taken away
) and fallen Christendom enforces apostasy (
abomination of desolation set up
)
Delvierance promised on day 1335!
How long till the end?
The fulfillment of Daniel 12 is still future (cf. Revelation 10 and Mark 13:14-20)
The time of trouble (3.5 years = 1260 days) commences when religious freedom is universally abolished (
daily taken away
) and fallen Christendom enforces apostasy (
abomination of desolation set up
)
Delvierance promised on day 1335!
A golden
image was set up
,
people were compelled to worship it.
When the music was started, everyone bowed,
only the three Hebrew youths
remained standing.
The King of Babylon lifted up
his heart in
pride
, but God gave him
over to Satan for seven years,
(he became insane and acted like a beast)
God presides as Judge
The Eternal One sits on a throne;
fire/lightning keep issuing from Him
Stars
The
vision
of the restoration of the sanctuary is the most important concern
Prophetic days: 2300 years pertain to the
time of the end
Investigative judgement commences
Day of Atonement
Day of Atonement
Investigative judgement commences
Fear not:
God is in charge!

Fear not:
God is in charge!

Isaiah 64;8
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