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    1 Nebuchadnezzar confesses God's kingdom, 4 makes relation of his dreams, which the magicians could not interpret. 8 Daniel hears the dream. 19 He interprets it. 28 The dream fulfilled. VERSE 1 - Nebuchadnezzar. This is a regular decree, and one of the most ancient extant; and no doubt contains the exact words of Nebuchadnezzar, copied out by Daniel from the state papers of Babylon, and preserved in the original language. - unto all. * Da 3:4,29; 7:14 Es 3:12; 8:9 Zec 8:23 Ac 2:6 - Peace. * Da 6:25,27 1Ch 12:18 Ezr 4:17; 5:7 Ro 1:7 Eph 1:2 1Ti 1:2 1Pe 1:2 VERSE 2 - I thought it good. Chal. It was seemly before me. * Jos 7:19 Ps 51:14; 71:18; 92:1,2 - that. * Da 3:26 Ps 66:16 Ac 22:3-16; 26:9-16 VERSE 3 - great. * Da 6:27 De 4:34 Ps 71:19,20; 72:18; 77:19; 86:10; 92:5; 104:24; 105:27 * Isa 25:1; 28:29 Ro 11:33 Heb 2:4 - his kingdom. * :17,34,35; 2:44; 6:26; 7:14,27 Ps 66:7; 145:13 Isa 9:7 Jer 10:10 * Lu 1:32,33 1Ti 1:17 Heb 1:8 Re 11:15 - is from. * Job 25:2 1Pe 4:11 VERSE 4 - I Nebuchadnezzar. After he had successfully finished his wars in Syria, Egypt, etc., and the immense improvements and buildings at Babylon, and in the enjoyment of uninterrupted peace and prosperity in his palace. - was. * Ps 30:6,7 Isa 47:7,8; 56:12 Jer 48:11 Eze 28:2-5,17; 29:3 * Zep 1:12 Lu 12:19,20 1Th 5:2,3 VERSE 5 - a dream. See on ch. * Da 2:1; 5:5,6,10; 7:28 Ge 41:1 Job 7:13,14 - and the thoughts. * Da 2:28,29 VERSE 6 - to bring. * Da 2:2 Ge 41:7,8 Isa 8:19; 47:12-14 VERSE 7 - Then came. * Da 2:1,2 - but. * Da 2:7 Isa 44:25 Jer 27:9,10 2Ti 3:8,9 VERSE 8 - Belteshazzar. * Da 1:7; 5:12 Isa 46:1 Jer 50:2 - and in. * :9,18; 2:11; 5:11,14 Nu 11:17-30 Isa 63:11 VERSE 9 - master. See on ch. * Da 1:20; 2:48; 5:11 - the spirit. * :8 Ge 41:38 1Sa 4:8 - no secret. * :5; 2:3 Ge 11:6-8 Isa 33:18; 54:14 Eze 28:3 - tell. * :18; 2:4,5 Ge 40:9-19; 41:15-36 Jud 7:13-15 VERSE 10 - saw. Chal. was seeing. a tree. This represented his exceedingly prosperous condition, the height of his exaltation, the extent of his dominions and renown, the splendor of his kingdom, the multitude of his subjects who received protection from him, and the peace and plenty they enjoyed. * :20-26 Ps 37:35,36 Isa 10:33,34 Jer 12:2 Eze 31:3-18 VERSE 11 - reached. * :21,22 Ge 11:4 De 9:1 Mt 11:23 VERSE 12 - the beasts. * Jer 27:6,7 Eze 17:23; 31:6 - shadow. * La 4:20 - the fowls. * Mr 13:32 Lu 13:19 VERSE 13 - in the. * :5,10; 7:1 a watcher. Either a holy angel, or a divine person, called a watcher, as watching over the affairs of men. * :17,23 Ps 103:20 - an holy. * Da 8:13 De 33:2 Ps 89:7 Zec 14:5 Mt 25:31 Mr 1:24 Lu 4:34 * Jude 1:14 Re 14:10 VERSE 14 - aloud. Chal. with might. * Da 3:4 Re 10:3; 18:2 - Hew. * :23; 5:20 Mt 3:10; 7:19 Lu 3:9; 13:7-9 - let. * :12 Jer 51:6,9 Eze 31:12,13 VERSE 15 - leave. * :25-27 Job 14:7-9 Eze 29:14,15 VERSE 16 - Let his. Here a transition is made from the tree to Nebuchadnezzar, whom it represented; the tree being lost sight of, a person came in its stead. This person having lost the heart, or disposition of a man, and conceiving himself a beast, should act as such, and herd among them. - be changed. See on ver. * :32,33 Isa 6:10 Heb 1:11 Mr 5:4,5 Lu 8:27-29 - seven times. That is, seven years, a time in the prophetic language denoting a year. * :23,25,31; 7:25; 11:13; 12:7 Re 12:14 VERSE 17 - by the. * :13,14 1Ki 22:19,20 1Ti 5:21 - the holy. See on ver. * :8,9,13 Isa 6:3,8 Re 4:8 - that the living. * Ps 9:16; 83:17,18 Eze 25:17 - the most High. * :25,32-35; 2:21; 5:18-21 Jer 27:5-7 - giveth. * Ps 75:6,7 - the basest. * :25; 11:21 Ex 9:16 1Sa 2:8 1Ki 21:25 2Ki 21:6-18 2Ch 28:22 * Ps 12:8; 113:7,8 Eze 7:24 1Co 1:28 VERSE 18 - forasmuch. * :7; 2:7; 5:8,15 Ge 41:8,15 Isa 19:3; 47:12-14 - but. See on ver. * :8,9; 2:26-28 1Ki 14:2,3 Am 3:7 VERSE 19 - Daniel. * :8; 1:7; 2:26; 5:12 - was astonished. He saw the design of the dream; and felt acutely for his prince and benefactor. Accordingly he expresses himself with the greatest delicacy and kindly feeling. * :9; 7:28; 8:27; 10:16,17 Jer 4:19 Hab 3:10 - let. * :4,5 1Sa 3:17 - My Lord. * :24; 10:16 Ge 31:35; 32:4,5,18 Ex 32:32 1Sa 1:15; 24:8; 26:15 * 2Sa 18:31 1Ki 18:7 - the dream. See on * 2Sa 18:32 Jer 29:7 VERSE 20 - See on ver. * :10-12 Eze 31:3,16 VERSE 21 - Whose leaves. * :12 - under which. * Da 2:38 - the fowls. * :12 Eze 17:23; 31:6 Mt 13:32 VERSE 22 - thou. See on ch. * Da 2:37,38 2Sa 12:7 Mt 14:4 - thy greatness. * Da 5:18-23 Ge 11:4; 28:12 2Ch 28:9 Ps 36:5; 108:4 Jer 27:6-8 * Re 18:5 VERSE 23 - saw. See on ver. * :13-17 - and let his. * :15; 5:21 VERSE 24 - the decree. See on ver. * :17 Job 20:29 *marg: * Ps 2:7; 148:6 Isa 14:24-27; 23:9; 46:10,11 - come. * Job 1:12-19; 40:11,12 Ps 107:40 VERSE 25 - drive. See on ver. * :32,33; 5:21-31 Job 30:3-8 Mr 5:3,4 - and thy dwelling. All the circumstances of Nebuchadnezzar's case, says Dr. Mead, agree so well with a hypochondriasis, that to me it appears evident the Almighty God brought this dreadful distemper upon him, and under its influence he ran wild into the fields: then fancying himself transformed into an ox, he fed on grass, after the manner of cattle; and, through neglect of himself, his hair and nails grew to an excessive length, so that the latter became thick and crooked, resembling bird's claws. - to eat. * Ps 106:20 - till. See on ver. * :17,32,34,35; 2:21; 5:21 Ps 75:7; 83:18 Jer 27:5 VERSE 26 - to leave. * :15 - the heavens. * Mt 5:34; 21:20 Lu 15:18,21 VERSE 27 - let. * Ge 41:33-37 Ps 119:46 Ac 24:25 2Co 5:11 - break. * Job 34:31,32 Pr 16:6; 28:13 Isa 55:6,7 Eze 18:21,27-32 Mt 3:8 * Ac 8:22; 26:20 Jas 8 4:8-10 1Pe 4:8 - by shewing. * Ps 41:1-3 Isa 58:5-7,10-12 Eze 18:7 Lu 11:41 Ac 10:2-4 * Ga 5:6,13,22 Eph 4:28 - if it. * 1Ki 21:29 Joe 2:14 Jon 3:9 Zep 2:2,3 - lengthening of thy tranquillity. or, healing of thine error. VERSE 28 * Nu 23:19 Pr 10:24 Zec 1:6 Mt 24:35 VERSE 29 - end. * Ge 6:3 Ec 8:11 1Pe 3:20 2Pe 3:9,10,15 Re 2:21 - in. or, upon. VERSE 30 - Is not. * Da 5:20 Ps 73:8 Pr 16:18 Hab 1:15,16; 2:4,5 Lu 12:19,20; 14:11 * 1Pe 5:5 - great. * Ge 10:10; 11:2-9 Re 16:19; 17:5; 18:10,21 - that. * 1Ch 29:12-14 2Ch 2:5,6 Isa 10:8-15; 37:24,25 Eze 28:2-5; 29:3 - and for. * Da 5:18,19 Es 1:4 Ps 49:20; 104:1; 145:5-12 1Co 10:31 Re 21:24-26 VERSE 31 - the word. * Da 5:4,5 Ex 15:9,10 Job 20:23 Lu 12:20 Ac 12:22,23 1Th 5:3 - fell. * :24,34 Mt 3:17 Joh 12:28 Ac 9:3-5 Re 16:7 - The kingdom. * Da 5:28 1Sa 13:14; 15:23 VERSE 32 - they shall drive. * :14-16,25,26; 5:21 Job 30:5-7 - until. * :17,25 Ex 8:10; 9:14,29 Jos 4:24 Job 12:18-21 Pr 8:15,16 * Isa 37:20; 45:3 Jer 27:5 VERSE 33 - same. * Da 5:5 Job 20:5 Isa 30:14 1Th 5:2 - and he was. See on ver. * :25,32 VERSE 34 - A.M. 3441. B.C. 563. at the end. * :16,26,32 - lifted. * Ps 121:1; 123:1; 130:1,2 Jon 2:2-4 Lu 18:13 - I blessed. * Job 1:21 Ps 50:14; 103:1-4; 107:8,15,22,31 Isa 24:15 La 3:19-23 - the most High. * :17,32 Ps 7:17; 9:2; 92:1 La 3:38 - him. * Da 12:7 Ps 90:2; 102:24; 146:10 Jer 10:10 Joh 5:26 1Ti 1:17; 6:16 * Re 4:10; 10:6 - whose. See on ver. * :3; 2:44; 7:14 Ps 10:16; 145:13 Isa 9:6,7 Jer 10:10 Mic 4:7 * Lu 1:33 Re 11:15 - is from. * Ps 90:1 VERSE 35 - all. * Job 34:14,15,19-24 Isa 40:15-17,22-24 - and he. * 1Sa 3:18 Job 23:13 Ps 33:9-11; 115:3; 135:6 Isa 14:24-27 * Isa 46:10,11 Mt 11:25,26 Ac 4:28 Eph 1:11 Php 2:10,11 - the inhabitants. * Ps 33:8,14; 49:1 Isa 26:9 - none. * Job 9:4,13; 34:29; 40:9-12; 42:2 Pr 21:30 Isa 43:13 Ac 5:39; 9:5 * Ac 11:17 1Co 10:22 - What. * Job 9:12; 33:12,13; 40:2 Isa 45:9-11 Ro 9:19,20; 11:33-36 * 1Co 2:16 VERSE 36 - my reason. Every thing was fulfilled that was exhibited in the dream and its interpretation; and God so ordered it in his providence, that Nebuchadnezzar's counsellors and lords sought for him and gladly reinstated him in his kingdom. It is confidently believed that he was a true convert, and died in the faith of the God of Israel. * :34 - mine. * :15,16,32 2Ch 33:12,13 - added. * 1Sa 2:30 Job 13:12 Pr 22:4 Mt 6:33 2Co 4:17 VERSE 37 - I Nebuchadnezzar. * :3,34; 5:4,23 1Pe 2:9,10 - the King. * Da 5:23 Mt 11:25 Ac 17:24 - all. * De 32:4 1Sa 2:3 Ps 33:4,5; 99:4; 119:75; 145:17,18 Isa 5:16 * Re 15:3; 16:7; 19:1,2 - those that walk. * :30,31; 5:20-24 Ex 18:11 2Ch 33:11,12,19 Job 40:11,12 * Eze 16:56,63 Jas 4:6,7 1Pe 5:5,6 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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