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When King Nebuchadnezzar besieged the city of Jerusalem, thousands of Jews were taken away captive to Babylon. The king instructed his servant, Ashpenaz, to select gifted young men from among the Jewish captives who would come to the palace for three years to learn the language and wisdom of Babylon so they could serve the king.    Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah caught the attenti...

When King Nebuchadnezzar besieged the city of Jerusalem, thousands of Jews were taken away captive to Babylon. The king instructed his servant, Ashpenaz, to select gifted young men from among the Jewish captives who would come to the palace for three years to learn the language and wisdom of Babylon so they could serve the king. Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah caught the attenti...

Moses was loyal in his role in transporting the ark of the covenant. When opposition broke out, Moses told his people: "Jehovah will make known who belongs to him.”   May we too be known by our Father. "Jehovah is aware of what the blameless go through, And their inheritance will last forever."  Psalms 37:18

Moses was loyal in his role in transporting the ark of the covenant. When opposition broke out, Moses told his people: "Jehovah will make known who belongs to him.” May we too be known by our Father. "Jehovah is aware of what the blameless go through, And their inheritance will last forever." Psalms 37:18

King Nebuchadnezzar had selected men from Judah to learn the language and literature of Babylon for a 3 year training course to qualify to serve in the King’s Palace. Those chosen were to partake of Babylonian royal food and wine. Daniel refused to drink the wine and eat the meat, along with Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, they ate only pulse (veggies) and grains and were found to be far healthier than any of the other youth who consumed only the wine and meat.

King Nebuchadnezzar had selected men from Judah to learn the language and literature of Babylon for a 3 year training course to qualify to serve in the King’s Palace. Those chosen were to partake of Babylonian royal food and wine. Daniel refused to drink the wine and eat the meat, along with Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, they ate only pulse (veggies) and grains and were found to be far healthier than any of the other youth who consumed only the wine and meat.

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