Daniel was one of the young men from Judah, filled with talent and unique wisdom of God. These young men were taken captive from Judah, and chosen to be representatives before the king of Babylon. Their way of life and thinking would now be challenged to learn the language, literature, and ways of the Chaldeans, with select requirements put upon them to be ready, by the end of their training, to serve well before the king. King
Nebuchadnezzar made great provision for them. A daily portion of the king’s foods and wine were provided, but Daniel resisted the food because he was committed to maintaining his faithfulness to God, even in a pagan kingdom. He made a deal with the chief steward, asking to only to be fed vegetables and water. We pick up the story at the time of testing for Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah. Will God provide a miracle for these men?
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