God’s Plan For The Ages – 5 – Daniel 6-12 – God’s Prophetic Plan For The End Times

God’s prophetic plan for the end times laid out in the book of Daniel chapters 6-12

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Background Of Daniel (Scofield Study Bible)

The book of Daniel, like Revelation in the New Testament, is called an apocalypse, as are Isaiah 24-27 (the Isaiah Apocalypse) and the visions of Zechariah. “Apocalypse” means “unveiling.” Apocalyptic writing may use many forms and symbols.

The author of this book, Daniel, whose name means “God is my judge, was taken in his youth to Babylon in the first deportation under Nebuchadnezzar. His life extended to at least 530 B.C.

Daniel is a book of kings and kingdoms, of thrones and dominions. While including a number of historical records, it embodies prophecies of the sequence of kingdoms in “the times of the Gentiles” (Luke 21:24; see Revelation 16:19, note), and portrays the end of this period. It voices the only prophecy in the Old Testament (9:24-27) that sets the time of the Messiah’s first advent.

The book of Daniel shows the timeline of The Gentiles. The book of Ezekiel shows the timeline Of The Jews.

Scofield Outline Of Daniel – Chapters 6-12

Timeline 538 – 534 B.C.

Daniel’s Vision of “The Four Beasts.” (Daniel 7)

The dream (Daniel 7:1-3)

First world empire: Babylon (Daniel 7:4)

Second world empire: Medo-Persia (Daniel 7:5)

Third world empire: Greece (Daniel 7:6)

Fourth world empire: Rome (Daniel 7:7)

Rome: final form of fourth world empire: the ten kings and the little horn (Daniel 7:8)

The vision of the coming of the Son of Man in glory: (Daniel 7:9-12; Matthew 24:27-30; 25:31-34; Revelation 19:11-21)

Scene in Heaven before the coming of the Son of Man (Daniel 7:13-14; Revelation 5:1-4)

The interpretation of the beast vision (Daniel 7:-22)

Satan’s blasphemous leader (Daniel 7:23-28)

The Prophecy of the Defeat of the Persians by the Greeks, and the Desecration of the Temple. (Daniel 8)

The vision of the ram and the goat (Daniel 8:1-8)

The little horn (Daniel 8:9-14)

The interpretation of the vision (Daniel 8:15-19)

The identify of the ram (Daniel 8:20)

The goat and his successors (Daniel 8:21-22)

The king of bold face (Daniel 8:23-27)

Daniel’s Prayer and the Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks (Daniel 9)

The vision of the seventy weeks (Daniel 9:1-2)

Daniel’s confession and prayer (Daniel 9:3-19)

The seventy weeks of years (Daniel 9:20-27)

Daniel’s Final Vision (Daniel 10-12)

The vision of the Glory of God (Daniel 10:1-9)

Conflict: holy and unholy angels (Daniel 10:10-21)

From Darius to the man of lawlessness (Daniel 11:1-20)

Antiochus Epiphanes, the Syrian king who will hurt Israel (Daniel 11:21-35)

Prophecy concerning the willful king (Daniel 11:35-45)

The great tribulation (Daniel 12:1)

The resurrections (Daniel 12:2-3)

God’s last message to Daniel (Daniel 12:4-13)

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Things are discussed in this website that relate to God's creation, from "eternity to eternity," and all that is addressed within those parameters. Consider Isaiah 43:13, "Even from eternity I am He, And there is no one who can rescue from My hand; I act, and who can reverse it?” The Moody Study Bible adds a comment: "God is the ruler of all, and there is nothing that can stand against Him. His will is irresistible. The Bible Knowledge Commentary adds this thought: "No one can reverse what God puts into action or thwart His plans." The articles that are found in this site may relate to anything that is found in the Bible, from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22.21, as well as anything that may relate to the Bible.

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