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    DANIEL 3

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    1 Nebuchadnezzar dedicates a golden image in Dura. 8 Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are accused for not worshipping the image. 13 They being threatened, make a good confession. 19 They are cast into the furnace, 24 from which God delivers them. 28 Nebuchadnezzar seeing the miracle blesses God, and advances them. VERSE 1 - A.M. 3424. B.C. 580. made. * Da 2:31,32; 5:23 Ex 20:23; 32:2-4,31 De 7:25 Jud 8:26,27 1Ki 12:28 * 2Ki 19:17,18 Ps 115:4-8; 135:15 Isa 2:20; 30:22; 40:19-31; 46:6 * Jer 10:9; 16:20 Ho 8:4 Hab 2:19 Ac 17:29; 19:26 Re 9:20 - in the province. * :30; 2:48 Es 1:1 VERSE 2 - sent. * Ex 32:4-6 Nu 25:2 Jud 16:23 1Ki 12:32 Pr 29:12 Re 17:2 VERSE 3 - the princes. {Achashdarpenaya,} rendered lieutenants in Es 3:12, etc., probably {chief satraps or viceroys} from the Persian {achash} great, eminent, and {sitrab}, a satrap. * Ps 82:1-8 Ac 19:34,35 Ro 1:21-28; 3:11 1Co 1:24-26 Re 13:13-16 * Re 17:13,17 - the governors. {Signaya} in persian, {shagnah} deputies or lieutenants. - captains. {Pacawatha}, governors of provinces. See Es 3:13. - the judges. {Adargazraya}, chief judges, or senators, from {adar}, great, and Chal. {gezar}, to judge, decree. - the treasurers. {Gedavraya}, written {gizzavraya,} Ezr 7:21, treasurers, from the Persian {gunjvar}. - the counsellors. {Dethavraya,} counsellors, judges, from {dath} in Persian, {dad}, law, and {var}, possessor or guardian. - the sheriffs. {Tiphtaya} probably the same as the Arabic {Mufti} or head officer of law. VERSE 4 - aloud. Chal. with might. * Da 4:14 Pr 9:13-15 Isa 40:9; 58:1 - it is commanded. Chal. they command. * Ho 5:11 Mic 6:16 - O people. * Da 4:1; 6:25 Es 8:9 VERSE 5 - the cornet. {Karna,} the horn. - See on ver. * :10,15 - flute. {Mashrokeetha,} in Syriac, {mashrookeetha,} the [ ,] pipe or flute, as Theodotion renders. - dulcimer. or, singing. Chal. symphony. VERSE 6 - falleth. * :11,15 Ex 20:5 Isa 44:17 Mt 4:9 Re 13:15-17 - the same. * Da 2:5,12,13 Mr 6:27 - a burning. * Ge 19:28 Jer 29:22 Eze 22:18-22 Mt 13:42,50 Re 9:2; 14:11 VERSE 7 - when. See on ver. * :10 - all the people. * Jer 51:7 Ac 14:16 1Jo 5:19 Re 12:9; 13:3,8,14; 17:8; 19:20 VERSE 8 - and accused. * Da 6:12,13 Ezr 4:12-16 Es 3:6,8,9 Ac 16:20-22; 17:6-8; 28:22 * 1Pe 4:3,4 VERSE 9 - king. * :4,5 - O King. See on ch. * Da 2:4; 5:10; 6:6,21 Ro 13:7 VERSE 10 - hast made. * :4-7; 6:12 Ex 1:16,22 Es 3:12-14 Ps 94:20 Ec 3:16 Isa 10:1 * Joh 11:57 Re 13:16,17 - the cornet. * Ex 15:20,21; 32:18,19 1Ch 15:16,28; 16:5,6; 25:1-6 2Ch 29:25 * Ps 81:1-3; 92:1-3; 149:3,4; 150:3-6 Am 6:5 VERSE 11 VERSE 12 - certain. * Da 2:49; 6:13 1Sa 18:7-11 Es 3:8 Pr 27:4 Ec 4:4 - not regarded thee. Chal. set no regard upon thee. * Ac 5:28; 17:7 VERSE 13 - in his. * :19; 2:12 Ge 4:5 1Sa 20:30-33 Es 3:5,6 Pr 17:12; 27:3; 29:22 * Lu 6:11 - Then. * Mt 10:18 Mr 13:9 Lu 21:12 Ac 5:25-27; 24:24 VERSE 14 - true. or, of purpose. * Ex 21:13,14 - my gods. * :1; 4:8 Isa 46:1 Jer 50:2 VERSE 15 - ye hear. See on ver. * :10 - harp. {Kaithros,} in Arabic, {kitharat,} Greek [ ], the guitar. - sackbut. {Sabbecha,} [ ,] sambuke, a kind of harp. - psaltery. Pesanter, [ ,] a stringed instrument struck with a plectrum; probably similar to what is called a psalterium in Egypt, which Hasselquist describes as a large oblique triangle, with two bottoms two inches from each other, and about twenty catguts of different sizes. - dulcimer. {Soomphanya,} probably the same as the Talmudic [ ,] a pipe. - ye fall. * Lu 4:7,8 - well. * :17 Ex 32:32 Lu 13:9 - and who. * :28,29; 6:16,20 Ex 5:2 2Ki 18:35 2Ch 32:15-17 Isa 36:20; 37:23 * Mt 27:43 - we are. * Mt 10:19 Mr 13:11 Lu 12:11; 21:14,15 Ac 4:8-12,19; 5:29; 6:15 * Ac 24:10-13 VERSE 16 - answered and said. * De 1:41 - we are. * Mt 10:19 Mr 13:11 Lu 12:11; 21:14,15 Ac 4:8-12,19; 5:29; 6:15 * Ac 24:10-13 Php 4:6,7 1Pe 5:7 VERSE 17 - our God. * Da 4:35; 6:20-22,27 Ge 17:1; 18:14 1Sa 17:37,46 Job 5:19; 34:29 * Ps 27:1,2; 62:1-6; 73:20; 115:3; 121:5-7; 18:10,11 Isa 12:2; 26:3,4 * Isa 54:14 Lu 1:37 Ac 20:24; 21:13; 27:20-25 Ro 8:31 Heb 7:25 VERSE 18 - be it. * Job 13:15 Pr 28:1 Isa 51:12,13 Mt 10:28,32,33,39; 16:2 * Lu 12:3-9 Ac 4:10-13,19; 5:29-32 Re 2:10,11; 12:11 - that. * Ex 20:3-5 Le 19:4 VERSE 19 - was Nebuchadnezzar. * :13 Pr 21:24 Isa 51:23 Lu 12:4,5 Ac 5:33; 7:54 - full. Chal. filled. the form. * Da 5:6 Ge 4:5,6; 31:2 - he spake. * Ex 15:9,10 1Ki 20:10,11 2Ki 19:27,28 Ps 76:10 Pr 16:14; 27:3,4 - one seven. * Da 6:24 Le 26:18,21,24,28 - than. * 1Ki 18:33-35 Mt 27:63-66 VERSE 20 - most mighty men. Chal. mighty of strength. to bind. See on ver. * :15 Ac 12:4,5; 16:23,25 VERSE 21 - in their. Herodotus says the Babylonish dress was a linen tunic, another of woollen, a white short cloak, and a turban. - coats. or, mantles. hats. or, turbans. * :21 VERSE 22 - commandment. Chal. word. urgent. * Ex 12:33 - flame. or, spark. slew. * Da 6:24 Pr 11:8; 21:18 Zec 12:2,3 Mt 27:5 Ac 12:19 VERSE 23 - fell. * Da 6:16,17 Ps 34:19; 66:11,12; 124:1-5 Jer 38:6 La 3:52-54 * 2Co 1:8-10; 4:17 1Pe 4:12,13 VERSE 24 - astonished. * Da 5:6 Ac 5:23-25; 9:6; 12:13 - counsellors. or, governors. See on ver. * :2,3 - O king. * :9,10,17; 4:22,27; 5:18; 6:7,22 1Sa 17:55 Ac 26:13,27 VERSE 25 - walking. * Isa 43:2 - they have no hurt. Chal. there is no hurt in them. * Ps 91:3-9 Mr 16:18 Ac 28:5 1Pe 3:13 - the Son of God. Or, as {bar elahin} may be rendered, "a son of the gods," i.e., a divine person or angel. * :18,28 Job 1:6; 38:7 Ps 34:7 Pr 30:4 Lu 1:35 Joh 19:7,8 * Ro 1:4 VERSE 26 - mouth. Chal. door. ye servants. * :17; 2:47; 6:20 Ezr 5:11 Ac 16:17; 27:23 Ga 1:10 Re 19:5 - the most. * Ge 14:18 - come forth. * Jos 3:17; 4:10,16-18 Isa 28:16; 52:12 Ac 16:37 VERSE 27 - the princes. * :2,3 1Sa 17:46,47 2Ki 19:19 Ps 83:18; 96:7-9 Isa 26:11 * Ac 2:6-12; 26:26 - upon. * Isa 43:2 Heb 11:34 - nor was. This miraculous manifestation of Divine power was witnessed by the court and the nation, and was felt as a just punishment on the transgressors, and a signal display of mercy to Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, which should operate on all believers to similar acts of faith and confidence in the Lord. * Mt 10:30 Lu 21:17,18 Ac 27:34 VERSE 28 - Blessed. * Da 2:47; 4:34; 6:26 Ge 9:26 Ezr 1:3; 7:23-28 - hath sent. * :25; 6:22,23 Ge 19:15,16 2Ch 32:21 Ps 34:7,8; 103:20 Isa 37:36 * Ac 5:19; 12:7-11 Heb 1:14 - that trusted. * 1Ch 5:20 2Ch 20:20 Ps 22:4,5; 33:18,21; 34:22; 62:8; 84:11,12 * Ps 146:5,6; 147:11 Isa 26:3,4 Jer 17:7,8 2Co 1:9,10 * Eph 1:12,13 1Pe 1:21 - and have. * Ezr 6:11 Ac 4:19 - yielded. * Ro 12:1; 14:7,8 Php 1:20 Heb 11:37 Re 12:11 - serve. * :16-18 Ex 20:5 Mt 4:10 VERSE 29 - Therefore. * Da 6:26,27 - I make a decree. Chal. A decree is made by me. amiss. Chal. error. the God. * :15,17,28 - cut in pieces. Chal. made pieces. * Da 2:5 *marg: - because. * Da 6:27 De 32:31 Ps 3:8; 76:10 VERSE 30 - the king. * 1Sa 2:30 Ps 91:14 Joh 12:26 Ro 8:31 - promoted. Chal. made to prosper. * Ps 1:3 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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