Contributed on May 31, 2015
For the unsaved, Daniel means controversy. For those who know Jesus and love His revelation, Daniel means excitement, the thrill of knowing the future and our part in it. Part one: the man Daniel, an overview of his book., and an answer to some charges.
Contributed on Jun 1, 2015
Extensive preparation and angelic explanation precedes this most awesome of the Bible's prophecies.
Contributed on Jun 3, 2015
Here begins the predictions of the man of God via the Spirit of God, every one of which has, or will, come to pass. The Persian and Greek Empires are here seen, along with that which flowed from Greece's demise, which the Holy Spirit wants us to see!
Contributed on Jun 5, 2015
Here we enter into some little-known but well-documented history, given in advance by Daniel the Prophet of God. In between the classic days of Greece and the Roman Empire, between the end of Malachi and the beginning of Matthew, lies a great pearl...
Contributed on Jun 6, 2015
Slowly the prophecy narrows to a family, then a man, the most important man of evil in the Old Testament days.
Contributed on Jun 7, 2015
Antiochus Epihpanes looks like a man who fits the prototype of the endtime man of sin. These are facts that came to pass already in the days between Greece and Rome. But much of his action looks modern too.
Contributed on Jun 8, 2015
Here is where the mystery is described but not explained. One moment we are decades before Christ's first coming, the next, we are at the second coming. Dig deep. Find the truth of this passage!