2.From Jerusalem to Babylon | DANIEL

Being rooted out, being banned as a slave, nevertheless it is God`s plan.

 

 

2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON |  2.1 God’s Sovereignty

God allows Nebuchadnezzar to take the people of Judah as slaves to Babylon. What is God`s plan in all of this?

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2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON | 2.2 Faith Under Pressure

Daniel and his friends soon discover the challenge of being slaves. How can they escape?

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2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON | 2.3 Firm Resolution

A slave has to follow his master. How is it possible for Daniel to remain faithful to Israel`s God?

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2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON | 2.4 Unblemished and Wise

The young people from Judah have learned to be polite and to act wisely. What is the effect of such a deportment?

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2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON | 2.5 Final Exam

King Nebuchadnezzar examines the knowledge of his young slaves and wonders about their brilliancy.

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2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON | 2.6 Summary

Daniel and his friends trust in God even under very difficult circumstances.

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2.FROM JERUSALEM TO BABYLON

Being rooted out, being banned as a slave, nevertheless it is God`s plan.

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