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Statue In The Book Of Daniel Pamphlet-The Statue in the Book of Daniel pamphlet ventures into the fascinating dream of King Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel 2 and Daniel’s vision in Daniel 7. This bestselling full-color pamphlet includes an illustration of the statue (based on an authentic Babylonian carving of the era) and explores each of the four parts, as well as the four kingdoms they represent. Maps of ancient civilizations, a timeline of events and rulers, and a comparison chart help explain the statue’s parts and their meaning. Size: 8.5"x 5.5" unfolds to 33" long. Fits inside most Bible covers.What does the statue represent in King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream n the second chapter of Daniel? What is it saying about earthly empires and heavenly kingdoms? The Statue in the Book of Daniel pamphlet describes meaning of the Head of Fine Gold; Chest and Arms of Silver; Belly and Thighs of Bronze; and Feet of Iron and Clay. A map of the ancient world provides context for the kingdoms that are represented by the statue segments, and a timeline reveals the rise and fall of kingdoms between 600 BC to AD 100. Daniels interpretation speaks to the Scriptural truth that rulers and empires come and go, but God’s kingdom, ruled by the Son of Man, will be everlasting.This pamphlet is an excellent resource for presenting Daniel’s prophecy of God’s everlasting Kingdom. Daniel’s interpretation draws correlations between the elements of the statue:The Head of Fine GoldThe Chest and Arms of SilverThe Belly and Thighs of BronzeThe Feet of Iron and ClayThe rock—not cut out by human hands—which struck and felled the statue. And the most powerful nations in the Middle East at the time:Babylonia Medo-PersiaGreeceA Divided Kingdom (often considered Rome)A chart compares the remarkable similarities between King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream in Daniel 2 with Daniel’s vision in Daniel 7. Here is a sample from the chart:Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream in Daniel 2:Head of the Statue Chest and Arms of StatueBelly and Thighs of StatueThe Feet of Iron and ClayDaniel's Vision in Daniel 7:Vision of Beasts – LionVision of Beasts – BearVision of Beasts – LeopardVisions of Beasts – Beast with 10 hornsAn illustration of the statue is based on an authentic Babylonian carving. Comparisons between each part include bulleted observations with interesting facts, or connections to other Scripture references. Here is an example from the Scripture-rich pamphlet regarding the interpretation of King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream:Head of the Statue (Daniel 2) The head of the statue, made from fine gold, represented the kingdom of Babylonia, which the Lord gave King Nebuchadnezzar to rule.The gold symbolized the superior power of BabyloniaAnd an example of Daniel’s Vision:Vision of Beasts – Lion (Daniel 7)More than 50 years after King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, Daniel had a vision about four great beasts (like a lion with eagle’s wings, a bear, a leopard, and a terrifying powerful beast).The four beasts are four kingdoms. Nebuchadnezzar of the Babylonian kingdom is compared to a lion in Jeremiah 4:7; 50:44, and to an eagle in Ezekiel 17:3, 11, 12.A time-line from 600 BC to AD 100 reveals the events related to the ruling kingdoms that clarify the interpretations. Events include: The Babylonian Kingdoms and their rulers during biblical timesThe fall of Babylonia to Darius the Mede, who was succeeded by Cyrus the Great. Alexander the Great’s conquest of Persia and its fulfillment of prophecyThe rise of Rome and the Caesars.Also included are maps, outlining the geographical areas of the relevant kingdoms.