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    DANIEL 7

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    1 Daniel's vision of the four beasts, 9 and of God's kingdom. 15 The interpretation thereof. VERSE 1 - Cir. A.M. 3449. B.C. 555. Belshazzar. * Da 5:1,22,30; 8:1 Jer 27:7 - Daniel. * Da 2:1,28,29; 4:5 Nu 12:6 Job 33:14-16 Jer 23:28 Joe 2:28 Am 3:7 * Ac 2:17,18 - had. Chal. saw. visions. * :7,13,15 Ge 15:1; 46:2 Job 4:13 Eze 1:1 2Co 12:1 - he wrote. * Isa 8:1; 30:8 Hab 2:2 Ro 15:4 Re 1:19; 10:4 - matters. or, words. VERSE 2 - the four. * Re 7:1 - the great. * Re 17:15 VERSE 3 - four. Four kingdoms, (ver. 17,) called beasts, from their tyranny and oppression, emerging from the wars and commotions of the world. * Da 2:32,33,37-40 Zec 6:1-8 - beasts. * :4-8,17 Ps 76:4 Eze 19:3-8 Re 13:1 VERSE 4 - like. * De 28:49 2Sa 1:23 Isa 5:28,29 Jer 4:7,13; 25:38; 48:40 La 4:19 * Eze 17:3 Hab 1:6-8 Mt 24:28 - the wings. * Da 4:31-33 Jer 50:30-32 - and it. or, wherewith it, etc. lifted. * Da 4:30; 5:18-23 Isa 14:13-17 Jer 25:9-26 Hab 2:5-10 - and a. * Da 4:32,36 Job 25:6 Ps 9:20 Eze 28:2,9 VERSE 5 - another. * Da 2:39; 8:3 2Ki 2:24 Pr 17:12 Ho 13:8 - itself on one side. or, one dominion. * Da 5:28; 8:4; 11:2 - three ribs. Babylon, Lydia, and Egypt. - Arise. * Isa 13:17,18; 56:9 Jer 50:21-32 Eze 39:17-20 VERSE 6 - lo. * Da 2:39; 8:5-7,20,21; 10:20; 11:3-20 Ho 13:7 Re 13:2 - another. The Greek empire, founded by Alexander the Great. - four wings. * :4 Eze 17:3 - four heads. Divided into 4 parts by Alexander's generals. * Da 8:8,22; 11:4-20 VERSE 7 - I saw. * :2,13 - a fourth. The Roman empire, which destroyed the Grecian, and became mistress of the world. * :19,23; 2:40; 8:10 2Sa 22:43 - and it had ten. See on ver. * :24; 2:41,42 Re 12:3; 13:1; 17:7,12 VERSE 8 - another. * :20-25; 8:9-12 Re 13:11-13 - eyes like. * Da 8:23-25 Re 9:7 - a mouth. See on ver. * :25; 11:36 1Sa 2:3 Ps 12:3 2Th 2:4 2Ti 3:2 2Pe 2:18 Jude 1:16 * Re 13:1,5,6 VERSE 9 - till. See on ch. * Da 2:34,35,44,45 1Co 15:24,25 Re 19:18-21; 20:1-4 - the Ancient. * :13,22 Ps 90:2; 102:24,25 Isa 9:6 Mic 5:2 Hab 1:12 - whose. * Ps 45:8; 104:2 Mt 17:2 Mr 9:3 Php 3:9 1Ti 6:16 1Jo 1:5 Re 1:14 - his throne. * Ac 2:30,33 2Th 1:7,8 2Pe 3:7-10 - and his wheels. * Ps 104:3,4 Eze 1:13-21; 10:2-7 VERSE 10 - fiery. * Ps 50:3; 97:2,3 Isa 30:27,33; 66:15,16 Na 1:5,6 - thousand thousands. * De 33:2 1Ki 22:19 Ps 68:17 Zec 14:5 Mt 25:31 Heb 12:22 * Jude 1:14 Re 5:11 - the judgment. * Ps 96:11-13 Mal 3:16-18 Re 20:11-15 VERSE 11 - the voice. See on ver. * :8,25 2Pe 2:18 Jude 1:16 Re 13:5,6; 20:4,12 - even. * :26; 8:25; 11:45 2Th 2:8 Re 18:8; 19:20; 20:10 VERSE 12 - the rest. * :4-6; 8:7 - their lives were prolonged. Chal. a prolonging in life was given them. VERSE 13 - one like. * Ps 8:4,5 Isa 9:6,7 Eze 1:26 Mt 13:41; 24:30; 25:31; 26:64 * Mr 13:26; 14:61,62 Lu 21:27,36 Joh 3:13; 5:27; 12:34 Ac 7:56 * Php 2:6-8 Heb 2:14 Re 1:7,13,18; 14:14 - the Ancient. * :9,22 - and they. * Ps 47:5; 68:17,18 Jer 49:19 Eph 1:20,21 1Ti 6:16 Heb 9:24 VERSE 14 - given. * :27 Ps 2:6-8; 8:6; 110:1,2 Mt 11:27; 28:18 Lu 10:22; 19:11,12 * Joh 3:35; 5:22-27 1Co 15:27 Eph 1:20-22 Php 2:9-11 1Pe 3:22 * Re 3:21 - that all. * Da 3:4 Ps 72:17 Isa 60:12 Re 11:15; 17:14 - an everlasting. * :18,27; 2:35,44; 4:3; 6:26 Ps 45:6; 145:13; 146:10 Isa 9:7 Ob 1:21 * Mic 4:7 Lu 1:33 Joh 12:34 1Co 15:24-28 Heb 12:28 VERSE 15 - was grieved. * :28; 8:27 Jer 15:17,18; 17:16 Hab 3:16 Lu 19:41-44 Ro 9:2,3 * Re 10:9-11 - body. Chal. sheath. * 2Pe 1:14 - the visions. See on ch. * Da 2:1,3; 4:5 Ge 40:7,8; 41:8 VERSE 16 - one. * :10; 8:13-16; 10:5,6,11,12; 12:5,6 Zec 1:8-11; 2:3; 3:7 Re 5:5 * Re 7:13,14 VERSE 17 - great. * :3,4; 2:37-40; 8:19-22 - out. * :3 Ps 17:14 Joh 18:36 Re 13:1,11 VERSE 18 - the saints. * :22,27 Ps 45:16; 149:5-9 Isa 60:12-14 2Ti 2:11,12 Re 2:26,27 * Re 3:21; 5:10; 20:4 - most High. Chal. high ones, that is, things, or places. * Eph 1:3; 6:12 VERSE 19 - the fourth. * :7; 2:40-43 - the others. Chal. those. VERSE 20 - the ten horns. The ten kingdoms into which the western Roman empire was divided; which were primarily, according to Machiavel and Bp. Lloyd, 1. The Huns in Hungary, A.D. 356. 2. The Ostrogoths in Moesia, 377. 3. The Visigoths in Pannonia, 378. 4. The Sueves and Alans in Gascoigne and Spain, 407. 5. The Vandals in Africa, 407. 6. The Franks in France, 407. 7. The Burgundians in Burgundy, 407. 8. The Heruli and Turingi in Italy, 476. 9. The Saxons and Angles in Britain, 476. 10. The Lombards, first upon the Danube, 526, and afterwards in Italy. Though the ten kingdoms differed from these in later periods, and were sometimes more or less, yet they were still known by that name. * :8,11,23; 8:9-11 - whose look. * Da 11:36,37 VERSE 21 * Da 8:12,24; 11:31; 12:7 Re 11:7-9; 12:3,4; 13:5-7,8-18; 17:6,14; 19:19 VERSE 22 - the Ancient. * :9-11 2Th 2:8 Re 11:11-18; 14:8-20; 19:11-21; 20:9-15 - judgment * :18 Isa 63:4 Mt 19:28 Lu 22:29,30 1Co 6:2,3 Re 1:6; 3:21; 5:10 * Re 20:4 VERSE 23 - the fourth. * :7; 2:40 Lu 2:1 VERSE 24 - the ten. * :20 Re 12:3; 13:1; 17:3,12,13,16-18 - another. This evidently points out the papal supremacy, in every respect diverse from the former, which from small beginnings thrust itself up among the ten kingdoms, till at length it successively eradicated three of them, the kingdom of Heruli, of the Ostrogoths, and of the Lombards. - See on ver. * :8,20; 8:9-12; 11:36 2Th 2:3-10 1Ti 4:1-3 VERSE 25 - he shall speak. In assuming infallibility, professing to forgive sins, and to open and shut heaven, thundering out bulls and anathemas, excommunicating princes, absolving subjects from their allegiance, and exacting obedience to his decrees in open violation of reason and Scripture. * :8,20; 8:24,25; 11:28,30,31,36,37 Isa 37:23 2Th 2:4 Re 13:5,6,11 - shall wear out. By wars, crusades, massacres, etc. * Re 6:9,10; 11:7-10; 13:7-10; 14:12; 16:6; 17:6; 18:24 - and think. Appointing feasts and fasts, canonizing saints, etc. * Da 2:21; 11:31,36-38; 12:11 2Th 2:4 1Ti 4:1-3 Re 13:15-17 - a time. That is, three years and a half, or, reckoning thirty days to a month, 1,260 days, equal to the same number of years in prophetic language; which, dated from the decree of Phocas constituting him the supreme head of the church, A.D. 606, terminated in 1866. * Da 4:25,32; 12:7,11,12 Re 11:2,3; 12:6,14; 13:5,7 VERSE 26 * :10,11,22 2Th 2:8 Re 11:13; 20:10,11 VERSE 27 - the kingdom and. See on ver. * :14,18,22 Ps 149:5-9 Isa 49:23-26; 54:3; 60:11-16 Zep 3:19,20 * Zec 14:9 Re 20:4 - whose kingdom. * Da 2:44; 4:34 Ps 145:13 Isa 9:7 Lu 1:33 Joh 12:34 - and all. * Ps 2:6-12; 22:27; 72:11; 86:9 Isa 60:12 Ob 1:21 Re 11:15 - dominions. or, rulers. * Re 17:14; 19:16 VERSE 28 - the end. * Da 8:17,19; 11:27; 12:9,13 - my cogitations. * :15; 8:27; 10:8 - but. * Ge 37:10 Mr 9:15 Lu 2:19,51; 9:44 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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