Thursday, 17 November 2011


"As we contemplate the great things of God's word, we look into a fountain of knowledge, that broadens and deepens; beneath our gaze. Its breadth and depth surpass our knowledge.  As we gaze, the vision widens into an everlasting sea.

As the king's anger burn towards these men his fury wax stronger and stronger.  everywhere there is distress and none to comfort the other.

"As water to the thirsty, as beauty to the eyes. As strength that follows meekness, as truth instead of lies." so was their pleasure as a man, a servant, a friend of the Most High God; Daniel was his name was found.  He was privileged to unravel the mystery of the dream.

Daniel To The Rescue

This was neither coincidence nor was it a stroke of luck! It was by design that the dream should leave such a powerful impression on the King's mind, and yet be held from his recollection.
In times of adversity, recessions, emergencies and in normal times, men need to pray and not faint.

Daniel Relates The dream

"Dear King you behold a great image.  Whose brightness was excellent, It stood before you. The form was terrible.
The head was gold, his breast and his arms silver, his belly and his thighs of brass his legs of iron, his feet part of iron and part of clay.  You saw a large stone smite the image on the feet, that were of iron and clay the brass the silver and the gold, broken to pieces together, and became like the chaff  of the summer threshingfloors.  The wind carried them away, that no place was found for them.  this was your dream! O King!                                                         
"Cause me to hear thy loving kindness in the morning.  Cause me to know wherein I shall walk."  What a striking way to represent and relate a great and needful truth to the mind of the King?
What would be your reaction? would you humbly thank him? Or would you start blogging?
follow me as we unravel the significance of the dream and how it affects us all.

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