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Leave the work on this temple of God alone. 1 Let the governor of the Jews and the elders of the Jews rebuild this temple of God in its proper place.
The rest of the needs for the temple of your God that you may have to supply, 1 you may do so from the royal treasury.
(4:1) 1 I, Nebuchadnezzar, was relaxing in my home, 2 living luxuriously 3 in my palace.
Deliver to 1 the God of Jerusalem the vessels that are given to you for the service of the temple of your God.
Then Daniel went to his home and informed his friends Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah of the matter.
In the first year of his reign, 1 King Cyrus gave orders concerning the temple of God in Jerusalem: 2 ‘Let the temple be rebuilt as a place where sacrifices are offered. Let its foundations be set in place. 3 Its height is to be ninety feet and its width ninety 4 feet, 5
Furthermore let the gold and silver vessels of the temple of God, which Nebuchadnezzar brought from the temple in Jerusalem and carried to Babylon, be returned and brought to their proper place in the temple in Jerusalem. Let them be deposited in the temple of God.’
“I hereby give orders that if anyone changes this directive a beam is to be pulled out from his house and he is to be raised up and impaled 1 on it, and his house is to be reduced 2 to a rubbish heap 3 for this indiscretion. 4
So the work on the temple of God in Jerusalem came to a halt. It remained halted until the second year of the reign of King Darius of Persia. 1
We inquired of those elders, asking them, ‘Who gave you the authority to rebuild this temple and to complete this structure?’
But in the first year of King Cyrus of Babylon, 1 King Cyrus enacted a decree to rebuild this temple of God.
He said to him, “Take these vessels and go deposit them in the temple in Jerusalem, and let the house of God be rebuilt in its proper location.” 1
Then this Sheshbazzar went and laid the foundations of the temple of God in Jerusalem. From that time to the present moment 1 it has been in the process of being rebuilt, although it is not yet finished.’
So Darius the king issued orders, and they searched in the archives 1 of the treasury which were deposited there in Babylon.
with three layers of large stones 1 and one 2 layer of timber. The expense is to be subsidized 3 by the royal treasury. 4
They finished this temple on the third day of the month Adar, which is the sixth 1 year of the reign of King Darius.
The people 1 of Israel – the priests, the Levites, and the rest of the exiles 2 – observed the dedication of this temple of God with joy.
along with all the silver and gold that you may collect 1 throughout all the province of Babylon and the contributions of the people and the priests for the temple of their God which is in Jerusalem.
The king replied 1 to the wise men, “My decision is firm. 2 If you do not inform me of both the dream and its interpretation, you will be dismembered 3 and your homes reduced to rubble!
The king uttered these words: “Is this not the great Babylon that I have built for a royal residence 1 by my own mighty strength 2 and for my majestic honor?”