The book of Daniel is one of the most important books of the Bible. The prophecies of Daniel tell of the Tribulation of Matthew 24 and Rev 6-19, and of the Kingdom Age of Matthew 25 and Rev 20. Other Old Testament books of prophecy also find common ground with Daniel’s prophecies, and the fulfillment of such prophecies that are written in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and many other prophetic books that are the inspired word of God and were written to the Jews of the nation of Israel by those Jewish prophets.
The most knowledge that is understood by most people of the Book of Daniel, relates to two key portions of the book, e.g., “the deliverance of Daniel’s three friends from the fiery furnace (Daniel 3), and Daniel’s deliverance from the lion’s den (Daniel 6). These two incidents, as important as they are in relation to God’s watch care over His people, do not make known the prophecies that relate to the end times of Israel, or of the Gentiles who will be present with the Jews in those latter days.
I once followed a Daniel teaching by a well known pastor, who has a following of “thousands of people around the world,” and has great offerings to his ministry. Yet, in that pastor’s teaching sessions, his subjects dealt only with the faithfulness of the prophet Daniel, and did not move into any direction of last days prophecy of God’s chosen people (Den 14:2).
As I have recently noticed, about my own writings of Daniel, there was needed more ease of reading, and deeper clarification in two recent articles. Therefore, I have updated part 2 of Daniel, and will update part 3 within the next few days. If you will click on the link that takes you to this website, you will find the changed part 2. I will advise you of the update of part 3 as soon as that has been completed.
I will have have to thank one of this site’s followers who brought the need for clarification to Daniel to my attention. I always appreciate constructive criticism, and am always open to it.