Three Laws Broken in Daniel

A health regulation (Dan.1). The king of Babylon ordered Daniel and his companions to eat choice foods and to drink wine for their physical health (v.5). This was not a simple request. It was a legal requirement because the word of a king was the law (Ecc. 8:4). But...

Victory

Defined: “an act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle, game, or other competition” (New Oxford American Dictionary). Although the word itself does not appear very many times in the King James Version of the Scriptures, it is alluded to a number of times. In...

Reflections on a Handwritten Letter

When God wanted a message sent to Belshazzar, he did not type on the king’s Facebook wall. Rather, “the fingers of a human hand appeared and wrote on the plaster of the wall of the king’s palace” (Dan. 5:5, ESV). It was a post to be remembered! And, surely...

Does Your Mind Wander?

Thoughts are like children. Left to themselves, they soon get into trouble. Children tend to wander off, to let their curiosity take them places they don’t need to be, to get into things they shouldn’t. Isn’t the mind the same way? When the mind wanders, it often ends...

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