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Daniel 5

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This week Glen looks at Daniel 5 and "The Writing on the Wall".

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Daniel 5

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  17. 17. Belshazzar, heady with the wine, ordered that the gold and silver chalices his father Nebuchadnezzar had stolenfrom God’s Temple of Jerusalem be broughtin so that he and his nobles, his wives and concubines,could drink from them. .....Theydrank the wine and drunkenlypraised their gods made of gold and silver, bronze and iron, wood and stone.
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  19. 19. At that very moment, the fingers of a human hand appeared and began writing on the lamp-illumined, whitewashed wall of the palace. When the king saw the disembodied hand writing away, he went white as a ghost, scared out of his wits. His legs went limp and his knees knocked.
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  21. 21. He yelled out for the enchanters, the fortunetellers, and the diviners to come. He told these Babylonian magi, “Anyone who can read this writing on the wall and tell me what it means willbe famous and rich—purple robe, the great gold chain— and be third-in-command in the kingdom.”
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  23. 23. Daniel answered the king, “You can keep your gifts, or give them to someone else. But I will read the writing for the king and tell him what it means.”
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  27. 27. You are his son and have known all this, yet you’re as arrogant as he ever was. Look at you, setting yourself up in competition against the Master of heaven!"
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  30. 30. “Mene: God has numbered the days of your rule and they don’t add up. “Teqel: You have been weighed on the scales and you don’t weigh much. “Peres: Your kingdom has been divided up and handed over to the Medes and Persians.”
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  32. 32. Belshazzar did what he had promised. He robed Daniel in purple, draped the great gold chain around his neck, and promoted him to third-in-charge in the kingdom. That same night the Babylonian king Belshazzar was murdered. Darius the Mede was sixty-two years old when he succeeded him as king.
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