The book of Daniel is broken up into three parts. First is the history of Daniel in Chapter 1. Chapter 2-7 is the Prophetic Plan for the Gentiles. Chapters 8 -12 is the Prophetic Plan for Israel.
Daniel is God’s prophetic mouthpiece to both the Jews and Gentile word declaring God’s eternal purpose. Daniel is one of a handful people that there is nothing bad said of.
As you study this book you will need a good bible (I use the Open Bible NKJV) a good commentary or the Internet. A good site on the Internet is www.blueletterbible.org
As we get to Daniel chapter 9, the last four verses contain the keys to all end time prophecy. When you get a chance you might wish to read a four-chapter book called Ruth. This book is fun and if you like mysteries you are in the right place
Daniel chapter 11 alone contains over 100 specific historical events that have literally come true. I hope you have fun seeing how many of them you can find.
Let’s get started…
1) Who places Daniel in the category as Noah and Job?
2) How many reasons can you give why Daniel and his friends were taken captive?
3) Did Nebuchadnezzar really besiege Jerusalem just with armies?
4) Why would Daniel be defiled if he ate the king’s delicacies?
5) What did God give Daniel?
6) What big surprise did the king get when he examined Daniel and his three friends?