The Handwriting on the Wall Volume 3 Author:David Jeremiah A humorist of our day once quipped, "Sometimes you have to look reality square in the face and deny it!" That seems to be the perspective of some who deny the prophetic portions of the book of Daniel. Scripture presents Daniel as sixth century B.C. Hebrew prophet who wrote with unfailing accuracy about the last five centuries before Christ. To d... more »eny that Daniel wrote prophetically--that he wrote the facts of history before they happened--leaves only one alternative: Daniel was written as history, not prophecy.
In this third of three volumes on Daniel, Dr. David Jeremiah explains why that view cannot be true. He details what Daniel prophesied, how it came to pass, and why we can trust his prophecies which remain yet unfulfilled. Daniel's unfailing accuracy in describing the historic movements of kings and nations in the centuries preceding Christ gives ample reason to trust God's prophetic word to us through His prophet.
In a day of increasing disturbance and turmoil worldwide, Daniel delivers his most important message: God is in control. The God for whom past, present, and future are the same has ordained all that will come to pass. That is a reality which no one should, or can, deny.« less