Chapter 2 of Daniel: In the second year of his reign Nebuchadnezzar has a dream. When he wakes up, he realizes that the dream has some important message, so he consults his wise men. Wary of their potential to fabricate an explanation, the king refuses to tell the wise men what he saw in his dream. Rather, he demands that his wise men tell him what the content of the dream was, and then interpret it. When the wise men protest that this is beyond the power of any man, he sentences all, including Daniel and his friends, to death. Daniel receives an explanatory vision from God: Nebuchadnezzar had seen an enormous statue with a head of gold, breast and arms of silver, belly and thighs of bronze, legs of iron, and feet of mixed iron and clay, then saw the statue destroyed by a rock that turned into a mountain filling the whole earth. Daniel explains the dream to the king: the statue symbolized four successive kingdoms, starting with Nebuchadnezzar, all of which would be crushed by God’s kingdom, which would endure forever. Nebuchadnezzar acknowledges the supremacy of Daniel’s god, raises Daniel over all his wise men, and places Daniel and his companions over the province of Babylon.
This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 2 of the book of Daniel.
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Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are figures from Chapter 3 of the Book of Daniel, three Hebrew men thrown into a fiery furnace by Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, when they refuse to bow down to the king’s image; the three are preserved from harm and the king sees four men walking in the flames, “the fourth … like a son of God”.
This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 3 of the book of Daniel.
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This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 5 of the book of Daniel.