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Daniel 5: Belshazzar’s Feast

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A great feast. A few years after King Nebuchadnezzar’s death, King Belshazzar, who succeeded him to the throne, defied God and provoked His anger. He used the golden vessels, which were taken from the Temple of the Lord in Jerusalem, to drink win with his guests and to glorify his gods.

Immediately, a decree was declared from Heavens putting an end to his kingdom and his life.

There is no king or any man above the Lord, and there is no one who can touch His glory. The foulness and arrogance of the powerful ones make them think that they can do anything, including scorning the Almighty, and escape unpunished. However, one day they will realize how much they were deceived, and they will reap what they have sown (Hosea 8:7;6/7)/

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Haggai 1: The Command to Build God’s House

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In the time of Darius, the king of Persia, the Jews returned to Jerusalem form exile. But, in order for them to succeed in their land, they needed to re-establish their Covenant with God.

Therefore, restoring the Temple was crucial, for the rebuilding of the place also meant the restoration of the spiritual life of the people.

Through Haggai, the will of the Most High was announced to the leaders of the leader of the people: Zerubbabel, the governor, and Joshua, the high priest. The Jews were encourage to begin the work, but , because of spiritual weakness, they did not complete it and they began actin as if nothing were happening. Many Christians have acted similarly: the read the Word daily, but do not obey it. Inside th3e church, they appear to be servants, people who are committed to God, but outside, they giv4e no testimony. They say “amen” to the leaders, but “no” to the Divine Voice

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Jeremiah 17: Jeremiah Prays for Deliverance

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Engraved on the tablet of their heart.

God makes His people remember that He sees in detail the rituals done to the pagan gods in the woods, on the trees, and on the high hills, the Lord saw the devotion and faithfulness for the nation of Israel to the idols who had done nothing for them.

Their attachment to idolatry was so great that the children of the Israelites were taken to immoral ceremonies and were even sacrificed to the idols Moloch and Baal

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Daniel 12: Prophecy of the End Time

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Time of distress. This chapter brings the continuation of the revelations made in chapter 11 through the angel to Daniel.

The time of distress mentioned here refers to the Great Tribulation, in which Satan will manifest himself through his son, the Antichrist.

It will be a period of pain and suffering that will affect all of the earth’s inhabitants, and also those Christians who were not raptured with the church. The Lord Jesus made reference to this time (Matt. 24.21).

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