Book of Daniel: Yet-Future Prophecies

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What prophecies in the book of Daniel are awaiting future fulfillment? Find out with hosts Tim Moore, Nathan Jones, and Dave Bowen on the television program, Christ in Prophecy!

Tim Moore: Welcome back to another episode of Christ in Prophecy. We’re eager to jump back into our study of Daniel. We began with an overview of this important book of prophecy with Todd Hampson, who wrote a wonderful “Non-Prophet’s Guide to the Book of Daniel,” more on how to get a copy of this great book later. Over the last few weeks, Nathan and I have considered the narrative portions of Daniel, along with those prophecies that have already been fulfilled. Today, we’re joined by our teaching evangelist Dave Bowen as we move into those portions of Daniel’s prophecies that deal with yet to be fulfilled prophecies. Welcome back, Dave.

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David Bowen: It’s great to be with you again.

Nathan Jones: Good to have you here, Dave. Well, last week we offered a whirlwind overview of the prophecies recorded in Daniel that deal with history that is passed to us, although it was still future when Daniel was alive. But some of the visions he interpreted were actually given to pagan kings like Nebuchadnezzar, or seemed to be directed at others like Belshazzar. But it took an anointed man of God to understand and correctly interpret those visions. We believe that everyone who’s put their trust in Jesus Christ has been filled with the Holy Spirit, enabling us to understand God’s prophetic Word in a way that the unbelieving world never will. But that does not relieve us of the responsibility of reading, studying, and heeding Bible prophecy.




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