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VIT. 1,2. COMMENTARIES ON DANIEL. 9 and thus could profitably deliver to others what he had re- ceived. The Prophet then expresses something* peculiar by. Daniel spake and said, I saw in my vision by night, and, behold, the four winds of the heaven strove upon the great sea. Hear. Daniel begins to offer instruction. Chapter 1: This Ain't Judah Anymore Text and translation Shorter translational notes are footnoted. Where a '+' sign appears, fur- ther translational notes.

He could hardly have marched up to men like Ashpenaz and Nebuchadnezzar and laid down the law to them. Many modern scholars, however, understand the reference to have a corporate identity. Daniel 4: Daniel is then led through the gate. The Vision of Glory Daniel

While this may be a created angel, the alternative view is that this was in fact the Angel of the LORD , a pre-incarnate Christophany. We will have to wait until heaven to know for sure - 1 Cor Daniel 4 Da 4: The seven periods of time probably refer to seven years. There was a tendency in Jewish contexts to avoid direct reference to God. However, Nabonidus spent long periods of time at Teima, and during those times Belshazzar his son was de facto king of Babylon.

This arrangement may help to explain why later in this chapter Belshazzar promises that the successful interpreter of the handwriting on the wall will be made third ruler in the kingdom.

If Belshazzar was in effect second ruler in the kingdom, this would be the highest honor he could grant. This scene of a Babylonian banquet calls to mind a similar grandiose event recorded in Esther 1: Persian kings were also renowned in the ancient Near Eastern world for their lavish banquets. The king probably sat at an elevated head table. In the following discourse this woman is able to recall things about Daniel that go back to the days of Nebuchadnezzar, things that Belshazzar does not seem to recollect.

It is likely that she was the wife not of Belshazzar but of Nabonidus or perhaps even Nebuchadnezzar. At this time Daniel would have been approximately eighty-one years old. The relevant extra-biblical records describing the fall of Babylon include portions of Herodotus, Xenophon, Berossus cited in Josephus , the Cyrus Cylinder, and the Babylonian Chronicle.

Daniel 6 Da 6: See b. Berakhot 34b This is apparently the only specific mention in the OT of prayer being regularly offered three times a day. The practice was probably not unique to Daniel, however No specific posture for offering prayers is prescribed in the OT. Kneeling, as here, and standing were both practiced. Others identify Darius with a governor of Babylon known from extra-biblical records as Gubaru, or with Cambyses, son of Cyrus. Many scholars maintain that the reference is historically inaccurate.

Daniel 7 Da 7: Daniel would have been approximately 67 years old at the time of this vision. The latter part of v. The other animals have traditionally been understood to represent respectively Media-Persia, Greece, and Rome, although most of modern scholarship identifies them as Media, Persia, and Greece. For a biblical parallel to the mention of lion, bear, and leopard together, see Hos Possibly it is a reference to the Persian conquest of Lydia, Egypt, and Babylonia.

See note on Dan 8: Apparently it was so fearsome that Daniel could find nothing with which to compare it. Attempts to identify this animal as an elephant or other known creature are conjectural Many modern scholars, however, understand the reference to have a corporate identity. Daniel 8 Da 8: The remainder of the book from this point on 8: Daniel would have been approximately 69 years old at the time of this vision The language of v.

However, the Hebrew is difficult, and some have concluded that the first four words of v. The Ulai was apparently a sizable artificial canal in Susa cf. The ram stands for Media-Persia. Granicus B. Cassander , who took Macedonia and Greece; Lysimachus , who took Thrace and parts of Asia Minor; Seleucus , who took Syria and territory to its east; and Ptolemy , who took control of Egypt.

Antiochus was extremely hostile toward the Jews and persecuted them mercilessly The expression the beautiful land Heb. Da See Judg 5: Here the sanctuary is a reference to the temple of God in Jerusalem. According to 1 Macc 1: However, some interpreters understand the reference to be to the evening sacrifice and the morning sacrifice, in which case the reference would be to only 1, days. Either way, the event that marked the commencement of this period is unclear. The event that marked the conclusion of the period is the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem following the atrocious and sacrilegious acts that Antiochus implemented.

This took place on December 25, B. The Jewish celebration of Hanukkah each year commemorates this victory. Luke 1: Jude 9; Rev While the MT is understandable cf.

Num 5: This is best expressed in English by making one of the terms adjectival cf. This expression implies that God is the owner of his city, Jerusalem.

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Note the use of the idiom in 2 Sam Gabriel unfolds the future as if it were a calendar of successive weeks. The reference in v. During a period of sixty-two weeks it will again be built, with plaza and moat, but in distressful times.

Then for sixty-two weeks it shall be built again with squares and moat, but in a troubled time. This period of restoration, along with the subsequent sixty-two sevens after the city had been rebuilt, would be a time of trouble. The messianic ruler would make his appearance at the end of these 69 sevens. Flood here is a metaphor for sudden destruction. Daniel 10 Da The traditional chapter divisions to some extent obscure the relationship of these chapters Daniel would have been approximately eighty-four years old at this time.

Ps It was also associated with rejoicing e.

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Presumably he is an unnamed angel. Some interpreters identify him as Gabriel, but there is no adequate reason for doing so. The following reference to one of his subordinates apparently has in view Seleucus I Nicator ca. Throughout the remainder of chap. It is clear, however, that these terms are being used generically to describe the Ptolemaic king i. The specific identity of these kings can be established more or less successfully by a comparison of this chapter with the available extra-biblical records that discuss the history of the intertestamental period.

In the following notes the generally accepted identifications are briefly mentioned. Antiochus II eventually divorced Berenice and remarried his former wife Laodice, who then poisoned her husband, had Berenice put to death, and installed her own son, Seleucus II Callinicus ca.

Its capture from the Ptolemies by Antiochus the Great was a strategic victory for the Seleucid kingdom. Antiochus wisely withdrew from Egypt, albeit in a state of bitter frustration. If Da Most modern scholars take this view, concluding that this section was written just shortly before the death of Antiochus and that the writer erred on several key points as he tried to predict what would follow the events of his own day.

Conservative scholars, however, usually understand the reference to shift at this point to an eschatological figure, viz. Then the king of the north will storm against him with chariots, horsemen, and a large armada of ships. He will invade lands, passing through them like an overflowing river" The referent of the pronoun is most likely the king of the south, in which case the text describes the king of the north countering the attack of the king of the south This most likely refers to the king of the north who, in response to the aggression of the king of the south, launches an invasion of the southern regions.

Daniel 12 Da Daniel 1 Just You and God Daniel 1: Daniel 4: How Much Does God Control? Dare to be a Daniel Daniel 2: The World According to God Daniel 3: A Time to Disobey Daniel 3: How to Tame Lions Daniel 7: Animal Parade Daniel 8: Goats 1, Rams 0 Daniel 9: The Positive Power of Prayer Daniel 9: War in Heavenly Places Daniel Who is the Antichrist? The Last Days According to Daniel. Sermon Notes for Daniel 1: Sermon Notes for Daniel 7: Sermon Notes for Daniel Three Names High on the Muster-roll Daniel 3: Consolation in the Furnace Daniel 4: The Scales of Judgment Daniel 6: A Pattern for Pleaders Daniel 9: Daniel's Band Daniel Through Floods and Flames Daniel 3: Lose all rather than lose your integrity Daniel 3: No Smell of Fire Daniel 5: Weighed and Found Wanting Daniel 5: Weighed in the Balance Daniel 9: The Messiah Cut Off Daniel When Dreams Come True Daniel 2: The Last Act Daniel 7: The World Menagerie Daniel 7: The Coming Caesar Daniel 8: The Great Propagandist Daniel 9: God's Countdown Daniel The Other Side of Prayer Daniel The Time of the End Daniel The Last Word.

The Courage to be Different Daniel 2: The Furnace of Blazing Fire Daniel 4: The End of Arrogance Daniel 5: Hand Writing on The Wall Daniel 6: A Prayer And a Prophecy Daniel Cosmic Conflict Daniel Waiting And Watching.

Lecture 09 This Land is Your Land Lecture 11 A Prophecy Regarding Israel: The Beginning of the End. Lecture 00 Where are the leaders? The Strong and Courageous? Those valiant for God's absolutes? You Can Count on It! Lecture 02 Are the Events of Revelation Past? There was a tendency in Jewish contexts to avoid direct reference to God. However, Nabonidus spent long periods of time at Teima, and during those times Belshazzar his son was de facto king of Babylon.

This arrangement may help to explain why later in this chapter Belshazzar promises that the successful interpreter of the handwriting on the wall will be made third ruler in the kingdom.

If Belshazzar was in effect second ruler in the kingdom, this would be the highest honor he could grant. This scene of a Babylonian banquet calls to mind a similar grandiose event recorded in Esther 1: Persian kings were also renowned in the ancient Near Eastern world for their lavish banquets.

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The king probably sat at an elevated head table. In the following discourse this woman is able to recall things about Daniel that go back to the days of Nebuchadnezzar, things that Belshazzar does not seem to recollect. It is likely that she was the wife not of Belshazzar but of Nabonidus or perhaps even Nebuchadnezzar. At this time Daniel would have been approximately eighty-one years old. The relevant extra-biblical records describing the fall of Babylon include portions of Herodotus, Xenophon, Berossus cited in Josephus , the Cyrus Cylinder, and the Babylonian Chronicle.

Daniel 6 Da 6: See b. Berakhot 34b This is apparently the only specific mention in the OT of prayer being regularly offered three times a day. The practice was probably not unique to Daniel, however No specific posture for offering prayers is prescribed in the OT. Kneeling, as here, and standing were both practiced.

Others identify Darius with a governor of Babylon known from extra-biblical records as Gubaru, or with Cambyses, son of Cyrus. Many scholars maintain that the reference is historically inaccurate.

Daniel 7 Da 7: Daniel would have been approximately 67 years old at the time of this vision. The latter part of v. The other animals have traditionally been understood to represent respectively Media-Persia, Greece, and Rome, although most of modern scholarship identifies them as Media, Persia, and Greece.

For a biblical parallel to the mention of lion, bear, and leopard together, see Hos Possibly it is a reference to the Persian conquest of Lydia, Egypt, and Babylonia.

See note on Dan 8: Apparently it was so fearsome that Daniel could find nothing with which to compare it. Attempts to identify this animal as an elephant or other known creature are conjectural Many modern scholars, however, understand the reference to have a corporate identity.

Daniel 8 Da 8: The remainder of the book from this point on 8: Daniel would have been approximately 69 years old at the time of this vision The language of v.

However, the Hebrew is difficult, and some have concluded that the first four words of v. The Ulai was apparently a sizable artificial canal in Susa cf. The ram stands for Media-Persia. Granicus B. Cassander , who took Macedonia and Greece; Lysimachus , who took Thrace and parts of Asia Minor; Seleucus , who took Syria and territory to its east; and Ptolemy , who took control of Egypt.

Antiochus was extremely hostile toward the Jews and persecuted them mercilessly The expression the beautiful land Heb.

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Da See Judg 5: Here the sanctuary is a reference to the temple of God in Jerusalem. According to 1 Macc 1: However, some interpreters understand the reference to be to the evening sacrifice and the morning sacrifice, in which case the reference would be to only 1, days. Either way, the event that marked the commencement of this period is unclear.

The event that marked the conclusion of the period is the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem following the atrocious and sacrilegious acts that Antiochus implemented. This took place on December 25, B.

The Jewish celebration of Hanukkah each year commemorates this victory. Luke 1: Jude 9; Rev While the MT is understandable cf. Num 5: This is best expressed in English by making one of the terms adjectival cf. This expression implies that God is the owner of his city, Jerusalem. Note the use of the idiom in 2 Sam Gabriel unfolds the future as if it were a calendar of successive weeks. The reference in v.

Commentary pdf daniel

During a period of sixty-two weeks it will again be built, with plaza and moat, but in distressful times. Then for sixty-two weeks it shall be built again with squares and moat, but in a troubled time.

This period of restoration, along with the subsequent sixty-two sevens after the city had been rebuilt, would be a time of trouble.

The messianic ruler would make his appearance at the end of these 69 sevens. Flood here is a metaphor for sudden destruction.

Daniel 10 Da The traditional chapter divisions to some extent obscure the relationship of these chapters Daniel would have been approximately eighty-four years old at this time. Ps It was also associated with rejoicing e. Presumably he is an unnamed angel. Some interpreters identify him as Gabriel, but there is no adequate reason for doing so. The following reference to one of his subordinates apparently has in view Seleucus I Nicator ca. Throughout the remainder of chap.

It is clear, however, that these terms are being used generically to describe the Ptolemaic king i. The specific identity of these kings can be established more or less successfully by a comparison of this chapter with the available extra-biblical records that discuss the history of the intertestamental period. In the following notes the generally accepted identifications are briefly mentioned. Antiochus II eventually divorced Berenice and remarried his former wife Laodice, who then poisoned her husband, had Berenice put to death, and installed her own son, Seleucus II Callinicus ca.

Its capture from the Ptolemies by Antiochus the Great was a strategic victory for the Seleucid kingdom.

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Antiochus wisely withdrew from Egypt, albeit in a state of bitter frustration. If Da Most modern scholars take this view, concluding that this section was written just shortly before the death of Antiochus and that the writer erred on several key points as he tried to predict what would follow the events of his own day.

Conservative scholars, however, usually understand the reference to shift at this point to an eschatological figure, viz. Then the king of the north will storm against him with chariots, horsemen, and a large armada of ships.

He will invade lands, passing through them like an overflowing river" The referent of the pronoun is most likely the king of the south, in which case the text describes the king of the north countering the attack of the king of the south This most likely refers to the king of the north who, in response to the aggression of the king of the south, launches an invasion of the southern regions.

Daniel 12 Da Daniel 1 Just You and God Daniel 1: Daniel 4: How Much Does God Control? Dare to be a Daniel Daniel 2: The World According to God Daniel 3: A Time to Disobey Daniel 3: How to Tame Lions Daniel 7: Animal Parade Daniel 8: Goats 1, Rams 0 Daniel 9: The Positive Power of Prayer Daniel 9: War in Heavenly Places Daniel Who is the Antichrist? The Last Days According to Daniel. Sermon Notes for Daniel 1: Sermon Notes for Daniel 7: Sermon Notes for Daniel Three Names High on the Muster-roll Daniel 3: Consolation in the Furnace Daniel 4: The Scales of Judgment Daniel 6: A Pattern for Pleaders Daniel 9: Daniel's Band Daniel Through Floods and Flames Daniel 3: Lose all rather than lose your integrity Daniel 3: No Smell of Fire Daniel 5: Weighed and Found Wanting Daniel 5: Weighed in the Balance Daniel 9: The Messiah Cut Off Daniel When Dreams Come True Daniel 2: The Last Act Daniel 7: The World Menagerie Daniel 7: The Coming Caesar Daniel 8: The Great Propagandist Daniel 9: God's Countdown Daniel The Other Side of Prayer Daniel The Time of the End Daniel The Last Word.

The Courage to be Different Daniel 2: The Furnace of Blazing Fire Daniel 4: The End of Arrogance Daniel 5: Hand Writing on The Wall Daniel 6: A Prayer And a Prophecy Daniel Cosmic Conflict Daniel Waiting And Watching.

Lecture 09 This Land is Your Land Lecture 11 A Prophecy Regarding Israel: The Beginning of the End. Lecture 00 Where are the leaders?

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The Strong and Courageous? Those valiant for God's absolutes? You Can Count on It! Lecture 02 Are the Events of Revelation Past? Happening Now? Or Yet Future? Lecture 03 It's the Last Hour!

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Lecture 05 When Will the Antichrist rear his Destructive head? Chapter 6 from a Bible commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective.

Chapter 5 5. Chapter 5 from a Bible commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective.

Chapter 4 4. Chapter 4 from a Bible commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective. Chapter 3 3. Chapter 3 from a Bible commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective. Chapter 2 2. Chapter 2 from a Bible commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective. Appendix 1. Appendix 1 from a commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective.

Chapter 1 1. Chapter 1 from a Bible commentary on the Book of Daniel written from an evangelical non-critical perspective.