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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Daniel 10:1


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    King James Bible - Daniel 10:1

    In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia a thing was revealed unto Daniel, whose name was called Belteshazzar; and the thing was true, but the time appointed was long: and he understood the thing, and had understanding of the vision.

    World English Bible

    In the
    third year of Cyrus king of Persia a thing was revealed to Daniel, whose name was called Belteshazzar; and the thing was true, even a great warfare: and he understood the thing, and had understanding of the vision.

    Douay-Rheims - Daniel 10:1

    In the
    third year of Cyrus king of the Persians, a word was revealed to Daniel surnamed Baltassar, and a true word, and great strength: and he understood the word: for there is need of understanding in a vision.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    In the
    third year of Cyrus king of Persia, a thing was revealed to Daniel, whose name was called Belteshazzar; and the thing was true, but the time appointed was long: and he understood the thing, and had understanding of the vision.

    Original Hebrew

    בשׁנת
    8141 שׁלושׁ 7969 לכורשׁ 3566 מלך 4428 פרס 6539 דבר 1697 נגלה 1540 לדניאל 1840 אשׁר 834 נקרא 7121 שׁמו 8034 בלטשׁאצר 1095 ואמת 571 הדבר 1697 וצבא 6635 גדול 1419 ובין 995 את 853 הדבר 1697 ובינה 998 לו  במראה׃ 4758  

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    VERSE (1) -
    Da 1:21; 6:28 2Ch 36:22,23 Ezr 1:1,2,7,8; 3:7; 4:3,5; 5:13-17; 6:3,14

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:1

    ¶ En el tercer año de Ciro rey de Persia, fue revelada la Palabra a Daniel, cuyo nombre era Beltasar; y la Palabra era verdadera, mas el tiempo señalado era largo, la cual palabra él entendió, y tuvo inteligencia en la visión.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Daniel 10:1

    Verse 1. In the
    third year of Cyrus] Which answers to the first year of Darius the Mede.

    The time appointed was long] lwdg abxw vetsaba gadol, but the warfare long; there will be many contentions and wars before these things can be accomplished.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 1. In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia , etc.] Not of his being king of Persia only, but of the Medopersian empire, after he had subdued the Babylonian empire, and annexed it to his dominions; and this is not to be reckoned from the time of his taking Babylon, and putting the government of it into the hands of his uncle Darius, with whom he jointly reigned; but from the time of his uncle’s death, when he was sole monarch of the whole empire: he reigned thirty years, as Cicero f450 , from a Persian writer, relates; which is to be reckoned from the time of his being appointed by his uncle commander-in-chief of the Persian and Median armies; for from his taking of Babylon to his death were but nine years; and so many years the canon of Ptolemy assigns to his reign, taking in the two years he reigned with his uncle; for from his being sole monarch, after the death of Cyaxares, or Darius the Mede his uncle, were but seven years; which, according to Xenophon f451 , is the whole of his reign, who reckons it from thence; and it was in the third of these that Daniel had the visions contained in this and the two following chapters; which, according to Bishop Usher f452 , and Dean Prideaux f453 , was in the year of the world A.M. and 534 B.C. Mr. Bedford places it in the year 533 B.C.: how long Daniel lived after this is not certain; very probably he died quickly after, since he must be in a very advanced age; for the third year of Cyrus being the seventy third of his captivity, as Dean Prideaux observes; and if he was eighteen years of age, as that learned man thinks is the least that can be supposed at the time of his carrying into Babylon, he must have been in the ninety first year of his age at this time; or if he was but fifteen years of age at that time, which is the opinion of Aben Ezra on ( Daniel 1:4), he must be in the third year of Cyrus eighty eight years of age. The Dutch annotators observe, that Daniel lived in the court of Babylon above seventy seven years, which will carry his age to a greater length still. Jarchi on ( Daniel 1:21) asserts Daniel to be the same with Hatach in ( Esther 4:5) and so the Targum on that place, who lived in the times of Ahasuerus, supposed to be Xerxes: now between the third of Cyrus, and the beginning of Xerxes’s reign, is mentioned a space of seventy one years, which, added to the least number eighty eight before given, will make Daniel now to be one hundred and fifty nine years old, when Ahasuerus or Xerxes began his reign; which is not only an age unfit for such business Hatach was employed in; but agrees not with the period in which Daniel lived, when it was not usual for men to live so long, and must be exploded as fabulous: a thing was revealed unto Daniel ; a secret, which he otherwise could never have known; and which was a singular favour to him, and showed him to be a friend of God, a favourite of his; and this respected the Persian and Grecian monarchies; the various kings of Egypt and Syria, and what should befall them; and the times of Antiochus, and the troubles the Jews would have through him: (whose name was called Belteshazzar) ; a name given him by the prince of the eunuchs; (see Daniel 1:7): and the thing was true ; was not a false vision, a mere fancy of the brain, an empty conjecture, a delusion of the mind, like the divination and soothsaying of the Gentiles, but a real thing, that was sure and certain, and would be fulfilled, and might be depended upon: but the time appointed was long; ere the whole would be accomplished; for it reached to the times of Antiochus, three hundred years after this, yea, to the resurrection of the dead, and the end of all things: or, “a great host”, or “army” f456 ; a vast appearance of things were represented to him; not a host of angels, as Saadiah; but a vast number of facts, like an army of them, and which respected armies and battles; or it may denote the force, power, and efficacy of the word that was true, which should not fail, but be certainly fulfilled: and he understood the thing, and had understanding of the vision ; that is, Daniel understood “the word” f457 , or words of the prophecy, in which it was expressed; they were clear and plain, and not obscure, dark, and doubtful; and he had a clear view of each of the parts of it, of the whole series of things, the connection of facts, and their dependence on one another, and their certain accomplishment; he saw them in their order, as they were presented to him in vision and prophecy; and was not at any loss about the meaning of any part of them, or the words by which they were signified.
    Matthew Henry Commentary
    Daniel's vision near the
    river Hiddekel. (Dan. 10:1-9) He is to expec a discovery of future events. (Dan. 10:10-21)

    Dan. 10:1-9. This chapter relates the beginning of Daniel's las vision, which is continued to the end of the book. The time would be long before all would be accomplished; and much of it is not ye fulfilled. Christ appeared to Daniel in a glorious form, and it shoul engage us to think highly and honourably of him. Let us admire his condescension for us and our salvation. There remained no strength in Daniel. The greatest and best of men cannot bear the full discoverie of the Divine glory; for no man can see it, and live; but glorifie saints see Christ as he is, and can bear the sight. How dreadful soeve Christ may appear to those under convictions of sin, there is enough in his word to quiet their spirits.

    Dan. 10:10-21 Whenever we enter into communion with God, it becomes u to have a due sense of the infinite distance between us and the holy God. How shall we, that are dust and ashes, speak to the Lord of glory Nothing is more likely, nothing more effectual to revive the droopin spirits of the saints, than to be assured of God's love to them. From the very first day we begin to look toward God in a way of duty, he is ready to meet us in the way of mercy. Thus ready is God to hear prayer When the angel had told the prophet of the things to come, he was to return, and oppose the decrees of the Persian kings against the Jews The angels are employed as God's ministering servants, Heb. 1:14 Though much was done against the Jews by the kings of Persia, God permitting it, much more mischief would have been done if God had no prevented it. He would now more fully show what were God's purposes, of which the prophecies form an outline; and we are concerned to stud what is written in these Scriptures of truth, for they belong to ou everlasting peace. While Satan and his angels, and evil counsellors excite princes to mischief against the church, we may rejoice tha Christ our Prince, and all his mighty angels, act against our enemies but we ought not to expect many to favour us in this evil world. Ye the whole counsel of God shall be established; and let each one pray Lord Jesus, be our righteousness now, and thou wilt be our everlastin confidence, through life, in death, at the day of judgment, and for evermore __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    בשׁנת 8141 שׁלושׁ 7969 לכורשׁ 3566 מלך 4428 פרס 6539 דבר 1697 נגלה 1540 לדניאל 1840 אשׁר 834 נקרא 7121 שׁמו 8034 בלטשׁאצר 1095 ואמת 571 הדבר 1697 וצבא 6635 גדול 1419 ובין 995 את 853 הדבר 1697 ובינה 998 לו  במראה׃ 4758  


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