Daniel Chapter 4

Notice that Nebuchadnezzar makes a proclamation to everybody in his realm. He does this in 1st person singular i.e. from his own experiences and his testimony.

1)      Have you ever shared signs or wonders that the Most High God has worked through you?

2)      Can you make the same statement that the king makes in verse 3?

3)      What is the difference between this dream and the last dream that the king told the wise men?

4)          Courtesy of Daniel, who was chief or head of all the wise men in Babylon we like him were told the dream, so can you explain verse 15?

5)          Looking at verse 19, we should marvel at the relationship Daniel had with his boss, the king. Do you have the same type of relationship with your boss?

If not why not?

6)      You have now read the dream and its interpretation. Looking at verse 29, it says that the king had 12 months before the interpretation took place. Could the king have been able to change the interpretation? And if so why didn’t he?

7)      There is a period of 7 years between verses 33 and 34; my question to you is who ran the empire during those years?

8)          Looking at the prayer for God that the king gives in the closing verses, name some of the things one can learn from those verses?


Chapter 5


Daniel Chapter 3

1) As you read the first 4 verses I ask you where is Daniel?

2) Remember when the king of the known world sent word to all the important people in all his lands to come to Babylon for this dedication. What would have happened if they didn’t come?

3) When the Chaldean’s came forth accusing certain Jews, they were very specific on which Jews they accused. Why didn’t they accuse Daniel?

4) Does the king show respect to Shadrach, Meshach and Ibad Nego by asking them a second time instead of just killing them?

5) Compare their faith in verses 17 & 18 to yours?

6) Now the king was very upset so he did something foolish, what was it?

7) Remember who is in Babylon also remember what happens to someone he king. As you look at verse 25 you will notice King Nebuchadnezzar, king of the whole known world, make a statement: “I see four men loose, walking in the midst of the fire; and they are not hurt, and the form of the fourth is like the Son of God.” I ask you a question, how does the king or any of his counselors know that (a) there is a “Son of God”? (b) that they have all seen Him up close and personal to have the knowledge to make the distinction [remember how hot the fire is] (c) If they have personal knowledge of the “Son of God” especially the king, why do they still act the way they do?

8) Here in verse 26 something interesting happens, the king gives an invitation to only 3 of the 4 persons in the fiery furnace. After his grand statement in the last verses why is the king being so rude?

9) How would you feel if you were one of those named in verse 27?

10) Why do you think in verse 28 that the king not only contradicted himself but also downplayed who all had been there?

11) Comparing verse 30 of Chapter 3 to verses 48 & 49 of Chapter 2 , where can they go in job title except to take over Daniel’s position? Why would this be?


Chapter 4



Daniel Chapter 2

1)       The king not trusting the wise men of Babylon that he inherited from his father asked them a question. If they didn’t answer it correctly they would be “cut into pieces.” (Remember this for the future) What was the question and why could they not answer it?

2)       How did the king respond?

3)       What did Daniel do next?

4)       Carefully look at how Daniel answered God. What can you personally learn from it?

5)       Looking at verse 20b, 21-22, how many different praises are given?

6)       Verse 23 a verse of thankfulness, how many are there?

7)       What are the differences between Daniel and Arioch in verses 24 & 25?

8)       Do you see in verse 25?

9)       In verse 27 Daniel gave the same answers as the other wise men. What are the differences?

10)     As you look at the prophecy in verses 29-35, what is it and what other places in the bible can you use to validate it?

11)     Going over the last 7 words of verse 35, where else in your bible is this described?

12)     As you look at verse 42, are you iron mixed with ceramic clay? (Better check in with God)

13)     Where else have you read of “seed of men”?

14)     Using verse 44 to assist with the prophecy, how does this help in your research for the other verses to validate the prophecy?

15)     Looking at verses 46-48, how does the king react to what Daniel has said?

16)     How does verse 48 impact the future?

17)     Verse 49 is interesting on more than one level, as you look back over the last few verses quite a few things have happened. What are they?

18)     What does “gate of the king” mean?


Chapter 3

A Love Letter from God




My Dearest Most Beloved Child;


“I have loved you with everlasting love. I have drawn you with loving kindness to myself. Do you not know that I created you inmost being? I knot you together in your mother;s womb. You are fearfully and wonderfully made. See, I have even engraved you on the palms of my hands”. These nail scars are for you.

“Fear not”, my beloved, no matter what circumstances trouble you, “for I have redeemed you, I have summoned you by name; you are mine. Since you are precious and honored in my sight and because I love you, do not be afraid, for I am with you.”

“You are my servant, I have chosen you and not rejected you. So do not fear, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I have promised a bruised reed I will not break and a smoldering wick I will not snuff out, so I will strengthen you and help you,” my beloved, “I will uphold you with righteous right hand.”

If you are feeling confused, overwhelmed, maybe even hopeless today, and are in need of my wisdom, “Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know. And “I will put my law in and write it on your heart.” “I will teach you my ways”, my love, “so that you may walk in my truth.” “I will give you,” simply for the asking, “an undivided heart that you may fear my name.” “Stand at the crossroads and look, ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is and walk in it, and you will find rest for your soul.”

I am call you and saying, “Come to me, you who are weary and heavy-burdened and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for my yoke is easy and my burden is light and you will find rest for your soul.” Remember beloved, “I am the Lord who comforts his people and I will have compassion on my afflicted ones.” “Those who hope in me will not be disappointed,” and “ I will repay you,” my precious one, “for the years the locust have devoured.” Therefore,”be anxious for nothing; but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, l;et your request be known to (me), and the peace that only I can give, which passes all understanding will guard your heart and your mind.”

And remember, “I your God am not a man that I should lie, nor a son of man that I should change my mind. Do I speak and then not act? Do I promise and then not fulfill?”

Even though right now my beloved, my precious child, you may see no immediate answers to your prayers and cries to me, again, remember “Thought the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken, and my covenant of peace will not be removed.” Trust me in this my dearest one, “For I know the plans have for you. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future.” And you will keep calling to me and praying to me and I will listen to you. “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. I will be found by you.” “Lean not unto your own understanding, but in all your ways acknowledge (me) and I will direct your path.”

And yes, my child, I do know the waves may seem awfully high right now, and the fire may feel unbearably hot, but “Fear not, I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name, you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you,” just as I have always been, and “when you pass through the rivers they will not sweep over you”, no matter what your flesh or the enemy of your soul tries to tell you. And “when you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.” But just like the Hebrew children who were in the furnace and the cords that bound them were burned away, so will the cords that bind you be burned away. “And if you hold to my teaching you truly are my disciples. Then you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.”

If you’re in bondage to your past, to your sins and failures, or if you’re bound up in unforgiveness or bitterness to those who have hurt you, hear my word to you beloved: “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.”

“I, even I, Jesus, am He who blots out you iniquities, for my own sake, and remembers your sins no more.”  And, as I have forgotten your sins, even so, you must also forgive those who have sinned against you.

I hung on the cross for you my beloved, just for you. So you too must forgive. I gave my body to be tortured, just for you. I suffered, just for you. When they beat me and ripped away my flesh from my bones, I was thinking of you. When the plucked out my beard and tore my face away with it, I submitted to it for you. I was stripped naked for you. Spit on for you. Insulted and humiliated for you.

I let them drive nails into my wrist and when the nail hit a nerve and sent swooning pain clear to my spine, I was thinking of you. Thinking of you because I love you!

And when, taking on all the sins of the world, including yours my child, the Father in his holiness had to turn away so that I cried out, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” I did it all for you. I was forsaken by the Father, so you wouldn’t have To be. And I did it for you, because I love you!

That’s why when you think of me loving you, let me remind you that “man looks at the outward appearance, but (I, your Lord) look at your heart.” And though you’ve gone through sorrows and I have tested you, you will come forth as gold.

“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.” “And I will bestow on you a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. You will be called an oak of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of (MY) splendor.”

“I will keep you in perfect peace as your mind  is steadfast and trusting in me. I am the Lord, your Rock eternal.” Nothing is impossible for me,   and I will provide all your needs according to my glorious riches,” and especially your need for love.

My child, if you will offer me your body as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable,  and walk with me bearing your own cross of death to self daily, I will fill you with the “fruit of my Spirit, which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.” Then you will be able to love me in return and love your neighbor here on earth, just as I have commanded you.

I can’t wait to show you the delights of my kingdom precious one. You have so much to look forward to. In fact, its true, that “no eye has seen, nor ear has heard, nor has it even entered into the heart of man, all that I have prepared for those who love me.”

It won’t be much longer now. So “be still and know that I am God.” And take comfort in knowing that even at this moment I am preparing a place just for you in my holy city.

I will come again, and I will take you to be with me where I am for eternity. I will do it just as I promised, my beloved. And I will do it just because I love you.



Your loving God and Savior,























Daniel Chapter 1

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?


Chapter 2


What the Confederate Battle Flag really means

The red represents the blood of Christ

The white border represents the protection of God

The blue “X” represents the Christian cross of Saint Andrew the first disciple of Jesus Christ and Patron Saint of Scotland.

The 13 stars represent the 13 Southern states of succession.

Thus, the message of the Confederate battle flag is “through the blood of Christ with protection of God. We the 13 states are united in our Christian fight for liberty.”

Jesus Save me!


There are two types of people in this world. Those who are serving God and those who are serving SatanJesus says in:

Matthew 12

30 He who is not with Me is against Me, and he who does not gather with Me scatters abroad.

31 “Therefore I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven men.

32 Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man, it will be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come.


If you would like to stop serving Satan and to start serving God. You can say this simple prayer.

Lord Jesus, I believe that you died for my sins.

Lord Jesus, I believe that you rose from the grave and are alive today.

Lord, I turn from my sins and turn to you.

I open the door of my heart to you Lord.

Come into my heart.

Live Your life in me.

Save my soul and fill me with the Holy Spirit.

Thank you Lord for hearing my prayer.



Guides to Live By

The Book of Ephesians gives us many guides to live by Here are some for you


  1.  You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.
  2. You shall love your neighbor as yourself.
  3. Wives, submit to your husbands, as is fitting in the Lord.
  4. Husbands, love your wives, and do not be harsh with them.
  5. Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord.
  6. Parents do not provoke your children, lest they become discouraged.
  7. Employees do your work as on to the Lord for this good for you and Employers like wise for you to have an employer in Heaven that you also serve –              Jesus Christ. 


Do You Really Know Him


We are not Republicans nor are we Democrats, we are monarchists and when one wants to talk about their candidate with us we should in turn talk about ours. He is a very unusual guy. He happens to be a racist or should we say He is a racial King. He is King of the Jews. He is also a nation King. He is the King of Israel. And of course, He is King of all the ages, the King of Heaven, the King of Glory, the King of Kings, and the Lord of Lords. The Heavens declare His glory and the firmament shows His handiwork.He is the ego eimi; the ichyach asher ichyach; the “I Am that I Am”; the voice of the burning bush; the Captain of the Lord’s Hosts; the Conqueror of Jericho. All things were made by Him and without Him nothing was made that was made. By Him all things are held together! In Him dwells the fullness of the God Head bodily; the Very God of Very God. He is our Kinsmen-Redeemer and He is our Avenger of Blood; He is our City of Refuge. He is our Preforming High Priest; our Personal Prophet; our Reigning King. He is enduringly strong; entirely sincere; eternally steadfast. He is immortally graceful; imperially powerful; impartially merciful. He stands alone in Himself; He is august, pre-eminent, supreme, unique,unparalleled. He is the loftiest idea in literature; He is the highest personality in philosophy; He is the fundamental doctrine of theology; He is the supreme problem in “higher criticism”! He is the miracle of the ages; the superlative of everything good. He is the way, the truth, and the light. He is God’s Son! There are no means of measuring His limitless love, because He wrote it on a  wooden cross erected in Judea about 2,000 years ago. He is the only one able to supply all our needs simultaneously! No barriers can hinder Him from pouring out HIs blessing! No far seeing telescope can bring into visibility the coastline of His shoreless supply.


Is available to the tempted and tried;

Blesses the young;

Cleans the lepers;

Defends the feeble;

Delivers the debtors’

Forgives the sinners;

Franchises the meek;

Guards the besieged;

Heels the sick;

Provides strength to the weak;

Regards the aged;

Rewards the diligent;

Serves the unfortunate;

Sympathizes and He saves!

He’s the

Captain of the Conquerors ;

Centerpiece of Civilization;

Doorway of Deliverance;

Governor of Governors;

Head of Heroes;

Highway of Holiness;

King of Knowledge;

Master of the Mighty;

Overseer of Overcomers;

Pathway of Peace;

Roadway of Righteousness;

Sinner’s Savior;

Wellspring of Wisdom;

Prince of Princes;

King of Kings;

Lord of Lord’s;


Offices are manifold;

Promises are sure;

Reign is righteous;

Goodness is limitless;

Light is matchless;

Grace is sufficient;

Love never changes;

Mercy is ever lasting;

Word is enough;

Yoke is easy and

Burden is light!

I wish I could describe Him to you. He is indescribable; He’s incomprehensible; He’s irresistible; He is invincible!The Heaven of heavens cannot contain Him; Man cannot explain Him. You can’t get Him out of your mind; You can’t get Him off your hands; You can’t out live Him; and you can’t live without Him! The Pharisees could not stand Him; and learned that they could not stop Him. Pilate couldn’t fault Him; the witnesses couldn’t agree against Him. Herod couldn’t kill Him; Death couldn’t handle Him; the grave couldn’t hold Him. He has always been and always will be; He had no predecessor and will have no successor. You can’t impeach Him and He ain’t going to resign! His name is called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. He has a name which is above every name. That at the name of Jesus, every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and those on earth and those under the earth, and every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father. His is the kingdom, the power, and the glory for ever and ever.