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Its legs were of iron; its feet were partly of iron and partly of clay. 1
Not even Lebanon could supply enough firewood for a sacrifice; 1 its wild animals would not provide enough burnt offerings. 2
Even the gold and silver vessels of the temple of God that Nebuchadnezzar had taken from the temple in Jerusalem and had brought to the palace 1 of Babylon – even those things King Cyrus brought from the palace of Babylon and presented 2 to a man by the name of Sheshbazzar whom he had appointed as governor.
saying, 1 “Let the name of God 2 be praised 3 forever and ever, for wisdom and power belong to him.
As for that statue, its head was of fine gold, its chest and arms were of silver, its belly and thighs were of bronze.
You were watching as 1 a stone was cut out, 2 but not by human hands. It struck the statue on its iron and clay feet, breaking them in pieces.
They said to leave the taproot of the tree, for your kingdom will be restored to you when you come to understand that heaven 1 rules.
We also inquired of their names in order to inform you, so that we might write the names of the men who were their leaders.
and to bring silver and gold which the king and his advisers have freely contributed to the God of Israel, who resides in Jerusalem,
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, King Artaxerxes, hereby issue orders to all the treasurers of 1 Trans-Euphrates, that you precisely execute all that Ezra the priestly scribe of the law of the God of heaven may request of you –
You saw that a stone was cut from a mountain, but not by human hands; it smashed the iron, bronze, clay, silver, and gold into pieces. The great God has made known to the king what will occur in the future. 1 The dream is certain, and its interpretation is reliable.”
At that very moment the fingers of a human hand appeared 1 and wrote on the plaster of the royal palace wall, opposite the lampstand. 2 The king was watching the back 3 of the hand that was writing.
Then they said to the king, “Daniel, who is one of the captives 1 from Judah, pays no attention to you, O king, or to the edict that you issued. Three times daily he offers his prayer.” 2
I hereby decree 1 that any people, nation, or language group that blasphemes 2 the god of Shadrach, Meshach, or Abednego will be dismembered and his home reduced to rubble! For there exists no other god who can deliver in this way.”
and the rest of nations whom the great and noble Ashurbanipal 1 deported and settled in the cities 2 of Samaria and other places in Trans-Euphrates. 3
This is a copy of the letter that Tattenai governor of Trans-Euphrates, Shethar-Bozenai, and his colleagues who were the officials of Trans-Euphrates sent to King Darius.
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.’
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
You are authorized 1 by the king and his seven advisers to inquire concerning Judah and Jerusalem, according to the law of your God which is in your possession, 2