End of the World

End of the World : Book of Daniel Prophecy

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Amazing apocalyptic prophecy. Preview: King's riddle "The king was seating on his throne with red-shot eyes, wondering if he made the right decision, by ordering to kill all the wise men of Babylon. He was extremely excited to hear that someone was able to explain his riddle. Daniel was his favorite wise man, and he knew him well. He asked Daniel if he would be able to solve the complex riddle, something that no other wise men in Babylon could do. Daniel answered, "The answer you're seeking is not known to any Necromancer, Astrologer, Demonologist or any other wise man in the world. However, there is an almighty Creator in heavens, who reveals secrets to me, and through me, He wants to let you, king Nebuchadnezzar, know that your dream refers to the future events. Creator knows what is on your mind and what you are constantly thinking about. You are worried, and want to know who will rise and rule the kingdom of Babylon after your death." Daniel paused for a moment. Since the king was silent, listening intensively to every word that Daniel had to say, Daniel went on describing the dream to the king. "O king, in your dream, you were in a strange and unfamiliar place, without the security of your personal guards around you, and without a sword in your hand. As you were frightfully looking around and exploring, you saw a giant statue of a royal man standing opposite of you. The statue was about 30 feet tall and stood on a large base. Its form had an outstanding splendor and it was truly disturbing. You felt hypnotized by its presence, and started looking at it closely. You wanted to know whom the statue represented and why it was there. You noticed that the head of the statue was made of fine gold. Its chest and arms were made of silver, and its belly and thighs were made of copper. Its legs were made of iron and its feet were made of iron and clay...".show more

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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 7.11mm | 240.4g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507760582
  • 9781507760581