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Book is in Used-Good condition. We understand from that his vision with God had been delayed 21 days by spiritual battle that he was unaware of. The sight overwhelmed him and drove his companions away. It is described as a man appearing very much like John's vision in Revelation:. Because of the similarity of the two visions, our conclusion is that we are seeing a vision of Christ to Daniel in OT as He also appeared to John in NT. He was told to stand upright, and did so, trembling. It appears that there are attendants with the Christ who ministered to Daniel three times in order to get him fully alert and functional again.
No one else is involved except Michael, Prince of Israel. Comments: Humans, even the godly, cannot stand in the direct presence of God. Ezekiel, who had a similar vision, fell on his face Ezek. Daniel's companions fled trembling from something they could not really see.
One may expect a certain amount of suffering for the privilege of standing in the presence of God. But this is, after all, the Beatific Vision, the goal of all of life. Moses begged to see the glory of God. The disciples got their opportunity on the Mount of Transfiguration. Paul was smitten on the road to Damascus. Would we run trembling from such glory?
What work did Christ do before His Incarnation? We know He is the active agent in creation Jn.
But what then? He is not named in the Old Testament in a way that is easy to identify.https://neybracaddi.tk
What Supernatural Authority Do You Have? — Charisma Magazine
The principle that guides us is in Jn. Most all of this work is individual, except in the fight with Egypt at Exodus. The work of Christ in Dan. Why is there a fight with the Prince of Persia? We recall that a Persian pogrom against the Jews was planned--and thwarted--as Esther describes. Perhaps that was the battle. The Prince of Greece would do outrageous things against Israel in the person of Antiochus Epiphanes, but at a time when Israel had begun to apostasize, as we read in the Maccabees. Ultimately, Israel was given the victory. During the Roman period, Jesus came in human form to wrestle with demonic forces and ironically, appeared to die in total defeat.
How can Satanic forces resist God? Obviously they do. Dualists would say that there is an eternal struggle between good and evil. Christians acknowledge that there is a struggle, but that God over-rules evil for good and will triumph over Satan in the end and drive evil from the universe.