The Statue of Dreams


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Daniel 2.

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  • No one could interpret his dream so he threatened to kill all of them if no one could tell interpret his dream.
  • King Nebuchadnezzar is having a disturbing dream...
  • There was a statue, with a gold head, It's chest and arms of silver, his skirt of bronze, his legs of iron, and his feet were made of clay.
  • Suddenly a rock appears and strikes the statue. King Nebuchadnezzar saw the statue being destroyed with his own eyes.
  • The rock destroying it meant that God would destroy and those kingdoms and end them.
  • The next day the king made all the astronomers, magicians, enchanters, and sorcerers. To tell him what his dream meant.
  • We can't!
  • He decides that the men had to interpret his dream AND tell him his dream.
  • What!?
  • Ah! Lord! King! Please tell us your dream!
  • Give us mercy!
  • Daniel volunteered to tell the king his dream and interpret it.
  • Daniel tell King Nebuchadnezzar his dream correctly and interprets it with the help of God
  • After Daniel correctly interpreted his dream, King Nebuchadnezzar gave him a high position in the kingdom.
  • The gold represents Babylon, the silver Persia, the Bronze Greece, the iron Rome, and the clay with iron the Divided Kingdom.
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