The Book of Daniel


This album includes 8 programs on 4 CDs and covers the entire Book of Daniel, verse by verse.

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Of all the major prophets of the Old Testament, Daniel stands out as the most fascinating. The Book of Daniel has had a hold on the imaginations of men from time immemorial. Daniel has more fulfilled prophecies than any of the other prophets, and he is referred to more than any other in New Testament prophecy.

Daniel was captured and taken as a hostage to Babylon some 600 years before Christ. He was a very young man at the time, and a contemporary of another prophet in the same captivity– Ezekiel. He probably finished his divinely-inspired “memoirs” some 60 years later.

You’ve likely read the story of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, and how King Nebuchadnezzar found them to be wiser than all the magicians and astrologers. You’ve read about the king dreaming dreams. But, have you ever wondered why God gave a pagan king a dream that included one of the greatest and most sweeping prophecies in the Bible? This dream spans the history of the world from that time forward until the return of Christ.

Among many other complex and hard-to-understand subjects covered in Daniel is this great image whose brightness was excellent. The image’s head was of fine gold, his breast and his arms of silver, his belly and his thighs of brass, his legs of iron, his feet part of iron and part of clay. Do you want to understand what all of this means?

Hearing Mr. Dart go through the Book of Daniel verse by verse on the Born to Win broadcast is most insightful. But this book is so difficult, so complex, you really need to have your own album of CDs. Then you can lay your Bible on a table before you, stop and start the recording, and hear each section as many times as it takes. At last the fascinating Book of Daniel will become much clearer to you.

This album includes 8 programs on 4 CDs and covers the entire Book of Daniel, verse by verse.

A note from the speaker himself:

I hesitated a while about doing the series on Daniel. It is a complicated piece of work, and there are many differing views on the book. But in the end, I felt I could not let it go. I am glad I didn’t, as the book is just too crucial to the understanding of the Book of Revelation, and even of Jesus own prophecies spoken that day on the Mount of Olives. I also felt, when I finished the programs, that I understood the book much better myself.