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Chapter Captions for the Book of Daniel 1 Training in Nebs court for Daniel and his team 2 Nebuchandnezzars has an awfully bizarre dream 3 From the fiery furnace God delivered them you see 4 Nebuchandnezzar had another dream this time a tree 5 The writing killed the King the nation divided into twelve times ten 6 and Daniel survived the lions Den 7 Daniels vision of beasts there were four 8 Daniels vision of a ram and a goat made him fall to the floor 9 Daniels prayer to reveal Gods plan 10 Daniels vision of a man 11 The King of the south and the north I cant think of anything that Rhymes 12 but the last chapter is about The End Times Structure The book of Daniel portrays a deeper faith in God during difficult times while maintaining high dreams for the future This book proclaims that evil cannot defeat Gods purpose for His righteous followers Daniels book is not only inspirational but when taken to a deeper level it reveals a lot for the reader to discover One of the best ways to dig deeper into the meaning of the text is to examine the structure and the other elements within its configuration The book of Daniel can be divided in to two major sections Chapters 1 through 6 are primary descriptive and historical in nature This narrative section begins with an introduction to setting and history and continues with Gods special blessings towards Daniel and his friends while training under King Nebuchandnezzar Their continued faithfulness to God was returned in many ways over those three years The King was very impressed with their ability to understand his visions and dreams and he held them in high regard This section continues with a description of the Kings dreams of which the men continually interpreted and
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