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Then in a night vision the mystery was revealed to Daniel. So Daniel praised 1 the God of heaven,
And at Daniel’s request, the king 1 appointed Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego over the administration of the province of Babylon. Daniel himself served in the king’s court. 2
So a decree went out, and the wise men were about 1 to be executed. They also sought 2 Daniel and his friends so that they could be executed.
So Daniel was brought in before the king. The king said to Daniel, “Are you that Daniel who is one of the captives of Judah, whom my father the king brought from Judah?
As he approached the den, he called out to Daniel in a worried voice, 1 “Daniel, servant of the living God, was your God whom you continually serve able to rescue you from the lions?”
So Daniel went in and 1 requested the king to grant him time, that he might disclose the interpretation to the king.
Then Daniel went to his home and informed his friends Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah of the matter.
Then those officials who had gone to the king 1 came by collusion and found Daniel praying and asking for help before his God.
Then Daniel spoke to 1 the king, “O king, live forever!
So this Daniel prospered during the reign of Darius and 1 the reign of Cyrus the Persian.
“As for me, Daniel, my spirit was distressed, 1 and the visions of my mind 2 were alarming me.
Thus there was found in this man Daniel, whom the king renamed Belteshazzar, an extraordinary spirit, knowledge, and skill to interpret 1 dreams, solve riddles, and decipher knotty problems. 2 Now summon 3 Daniel, and he will disclose the interpretation.”
So the king gave the order, 1 and Daniel was brought and thrown into a den 2 of lions. The king consoled 3 Daniel by saying, “Your God whom you continually serve will rescue you!”
Then the king was delighted and gave an order to haul Daniel up from the den. So Daniel was hauled up out of the den. He had no injury of any kind, because he had trusted in his God.
Then Daniel spoke with prudent counsel 1 to Arioch, who was in charge of the king’s executioners and who had gone out to execute the wise men of Babylon.
He inquired of Arioch the king’s deputy, “Why is the decree from the king so urgent?” 1 Then Arioch informed Daniel about the matter.
He asked them to pray for mercy from the God of heaven concerning this mystery so that he 1 and his friends would not be destroyed along with the rest of the wise men of Babylon.
saying, 1 “Let the name of God 2 be praised 3 forever and ever, for wisdom and power belong to him.
The king then asked Daniel (whose name was also Belteshazzar), “Are you able to make known to me the dream that I saw, as well as its interpretation?”
Daniel replied to the king, “The mystery that the king is asking about is such that no wise men, astrologers, magicians, or diviners can possibly disclose it to the king.