It was the language of courtesy and of respect; it showed that he had no desire that any calamity should befall the monarch, and that he had no wish for the success of his enemies. Daniel 3:6. And when the king commands him to be of good courage and not to be disturbed, we have here depicted the security of those who do not apprehend the wrath of God. The word “astonied,” now gone out of use, several times occurs in the common version; Ezra 9:3; Job 17:8; Job 18:20; Ezekiel 4:17; Daniel 3:24; Daniel 4:19; Daniel 5:9. one hour — the original means often “a moment,” or “short time,” as in Daniel 3:6, Daniel 3:15. let not the dream  …  trouble thee — Many despots would have punished a prophet who dared to foretell his overthrow. Thus Jeremiah had before exhorted the Jewish captives at Babylon to wish and pray for the prosperity of the government under which they lived. It has been objected that the mention in this edict of “both” the names by which Daniel was known is an improbable circumstance; that a pagan monarch would only have referred to him by the name by which he was known in Babylon - the name which he had himself conferred on him in honor of the god (“Belus”) after whom he was called. So the king spoke, and said, “Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its interpretation trouble you.” Belteshazzar replied, 'My lord, if only the dream applied to those who hate you and its interpretation to your adversaries! There is not, in this, anything necessarily implying a hatred of the enemies of the king, or any wish that calamity should come upon them; it is the expression of an earnest desire that such an affliction might not come upon him. Daniel 6:1-17 Daniel And The Lions Den. Daniel Interprets the Second Dream. Since then Daniel was treated kindly by the king when by the rights of warfare he was dragged into exile, he ought to be faithful to his own king, although he exercised tyranny against the people of God. The wish here is not so much against others, as for the king: a common formula (2 Samuel 18:32). Your email address will not be published. “May that which is implied in the interpretation overtake thine enemies.”. Nevertheless, Daniel"s heart was concerned for the king and grieved over what he had to tell him. Let us learn, therefore, from the Prophet’s example, to pray for blessings on our enemies who desire to destroy us, and especially to pray for tyrants if it please God to subject us to their lust; for although they are unworthy of any of the feelings of humanity, yet we must modestly bear their yoke, because they could not be our governors without God’s permission; and not only for wrath, as Paul admonishes us, but for conscience’ sake, (Romans 13:5,) otherwise we should not only rebel against them, but against God himself. I thought it good to declare the signs and wonders that the Most High God has worked for me. Belteshazzar, he says, let not thy thoughts disturb thee; let not the dream and its interpretation frighten thee/ Yet Daniel was afraid for his sake. "Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, was stricken dumb for awhile, and his thoughts troubled him. It was not good news. But he was a soldier who had faced many hardships and he wanted to know the worst. (a). Was astonished for an hour.] Why then is he frightened? So the king said, “Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its meaning alarm you.” Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, was astonied for one hour, and his thoughts troubled him. Daniel 4:19 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Daniel 4:19, NIV: "Then Daniel (also called Belteshazzar) was greatly perplexed for a time, and his thoughts terrified him.So the king said, 'Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its meaning alarm you.' This, doubtless, arose from his consideration of the extraordinary and affecting circumstances of the dream, as appears from the latter part of the verse. Perhaps he supposed that he hesitated because he apprehended danger to himself if he should express his thoughts, and the king therefore assured him of safety, and encouraged him to declare the full meaning of the vision, whatever that might be. It is necessary, in repentance, that we not only cease to do evil, but learn to do good. So the king spoke, and said, “Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its interpretation trouble you.” Belteshazzar answered and said, “My lord, may the dream concern those who hate you, and its interpretation concern your enemies! “Such rhetorical embellishments are pointed at no individuals, have nothing in them of malice or ill-will, are used as marks of respect to the ruling powers, and may be presumed to be free from any imputation of a want of charity.” - Wintle, in loc. "[33] Such a remark is based on the fact that none of the monuments or inscriptions uncovered from the mud of Mesopotamia have any report of king Nebuchadnezzar's terrible malady. Such is the example which the Prophet sets before us in the king of Babylon. Belteshazzar replied, ‘My lord, if only the dream applied to those who hate you and its interpretation to your adversaries! Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar.] Then Daniel (whose name was Belteshazzar) was astonied for one hour,.... Not at the difficulty of interpreting the dream, which was plain and easy to him; but at the sad and shocking things he saw plainly by the dream were coming upon the king: and though he was a wicked prince, and justly deserved such treatment; and thus he continued for the space of an hour like one thunder struck, filled with amazement, quite stupid, dumb, and silent: and his thoughts troubled him; both about what should befall the king, and how he should make it known to him: the king spake and said, Belteshazzar, let not the dream, or the interpretation thereof, trouble thee: he saw by his countenance the confusion he was in, and imagined there was something in the dream which portended evil, and made him backward to relate it; and therefore encouraged him to tell it, be it what it would: Belteshazzar answered and said, my lord, the dream be to them that hate thee, and the interpretation thereof to thine enemies; which is as if he had said, I could have wished, had it been the will of God, that what is signified by the dream might have befallen not the king, but his enemies; this he said, not merely as a courtier, but as one that heartily wished and prayed for his peace and prosperity; and to show that he had no ill will to the king in the interpretation of the dream, but was his hearty faithful servant and minister; and yet suggests that something very dreadful and distressing was intended for him; and hereby he prepared him the better to receive it. ode 27: “Di meliora piis, erroremque liostibus ilium.”. The king spake, and said, Belteshazzar, let not the dream, or the interpretation thereof, trouble thee. It did not come from angels, but from God. 1. Ea fere est improbarum securitas; the godly, who have less cause, are frightened often, when the wicked are hardened. Daniel 4:19. Nebuchadnezzar’s Second Dream - Nebuchadnezzar the king, To all peoples, nations, and languages that dwell in all the earth: Peace be multiplied to you. Daniel 4:28-37 Nebuchadnezzar’s Humiliation. Daniel 9:4-19 NRSV Easy-Print Commentary Daniel 9:4-19 NRSV Easy-Print Large Print Commentary New Revised Standard Version Student Study Handout for Daniel 9:4-19 Audio Edition with New International Version Audio Edition Daniel 9:4-19 NIV Commentary Teacher Study Hints for Thinking Further by Grant Richison | Mar 5, 2002 | Daniel | 0 comments, “Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, was astonished for a time, and his thoughts troubled him. Communicators of God’s truth should tell the unvarnished truth about God. His thoughts troubled him, because he foresaw such tragical things coming upon the king, for whom he had such reverence for the high favours and honours he had conferred on him, and he was afraid to declare them; these things coming upon him while he was acted by a Spirit of prophecy, doubled his consternation, and troubled his thoughts, Daniel 10:16,17. He was not puzzled by the difficulties of it. The king spake and said … - Perceiving that the dream had, as he had probably apprehended, a fearful significancy, and that Daniel hesitated about explaining its meaning. Daniel 4:19-27 New International Version (NIV) Daniel Interprets the Dream 19 Then Daniel (also called Belteshazzar) was greatly perplexed for a time, and his thoughts terrified him. 19 Then Daniel, whose name was p Belteshazzar, was s dismayed for a while, and t his thoughts alarmed him. We have already noted that Daniel 4:24,25 were designed to correct the king's notion about the source of the decree against him. Daniel 5:1-12 King Belshazzar’s Banquet. Nebuchadnezza. As Daniel was not afraid to say, “You are the man,” neither should we be afraid. He is one of the people that you brought from Judah.’ My lord, the dream be to them that hate thee. Tellers of truth represent light in the darkness. The king responded and said, ‘Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its interpretation alarm you.' Let not the dream trouble thee — Speak out, let the event be what it will. They have the general meaning that, "The king would be in such a state as to be treated like a beast; he would be removed from his ordinary abode, and become a miserable and neglected outcast."[29]. Daniel 4:19-27 Daniel apparently immediately understood what the dream meant and for one hour in amazement pondered over the giving Nebuchadnezzar the interpretation. ), To them that hate thee.—A delicate way of expressing his hopes for the best. But truth must be spoken, however it be taken. Nevertheless, Daniel"s heart was concerned for the king and grieved over what he had to tell him. ", John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, Joseph Benson's Commentary of the Old and New Testaments, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. (Jeremiah 29:7.) See note on Deuteronomy 1:41. We are not to suppose that this continued during the space of time which we call an hour, but he was silent until Nebuchadnezzar addressed him. The words are spoken by the figure called euphemismus, according to which any displeasing or ungrateful thing is signified by a more soft and agreeable mode of expression: see a like instance, 1 Samuel 25:22. And his thoughts troubled him - The thoughts which passed through his mind respecting the fearful import of the dream. Daniel 4:19-37 The Dead End Street Called Pride - 2; Daniel 5:1-31 The Dead End Street Called Pride - 3; Daniel 6:1-28 How to Live with Pagans and Maintain Your Witness; Daniel 7:1-8; 24-28 Hang on, Brother, the King is Coming; Daniel 7:8-25 The Rise, Reign and Ruin of the Little Horn; Daniel 7:9-14 Thy Kingdom Come So the king spoke, and said, “Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its interpretation trouble you.” Astonied - overwhelmed with awe at the terrible import of the dream. Troubled him — Because he fore-saw such troubles coming upon the king for whom he had a high reverence. It was widely used later, as in Luke 15:18. sha "ah = a moment, as Daniel 4:33; Daniel 3:6, Daniel 3:15; Daniel 5:5. Daniel 9:4-19 New Revised Standard Version January 21, 2018 The International Bible Lesson (Uniform Sunday School Lessons Series) for Sunday, January 21, 2018, is from Daniel 9:4-19 (Some will only study Daniel 9:4- 8 & 15-19). We have been wicked and have rebelled; we have turned away from your commands and laws. Daniel thus expresses his dutiful concern for the safety of the king’s person and government. So the king said, 'Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its meaning alarm you.' Apparently critics know nothing at all of human rulers. Sensing Daniel"s uneasiness, Nebuchadnezzar encouraged the prophet to relate the interpretation without fear of punishment. 4 I prayed to the Lord my God and confessed: “Lord, the great and awesome God, who keeps his covenant of love with those who love him and keep his commandments, 5 we have sinned and done wrong. the dream be to them that hate thee — We are to desire the prosperity of those under whose authority God‘s providence has placed us (Jeremiah 29:7). Ver. And I refer this to the sorrow which the holy Prophet had endured from that horrible punishment which God had shewn under a figure; nor ought it to seem surprising for Daniel to be grievously afflicted on account of the calamity of the king of Babylon; for although he was a cruel tyrant, and had harassed and all but destroyed God’s Church, yet since he was under his Sway, he was bound to pray for him. El}, “God,” the name by which the prophet was best known among his countrymen), as well as the Gentile name by which he was known in the Chaldean empire. For one hour - It is not possible to designate the exact time denoted by the word “hour” - שׁעה shâ‛âh According to Gesenius (“Lex.”), it means moment of time; properly, a look, a glance, a wink of the eye - German, “augenblick.” In Arabic the word means both a moment and an hour. Besides this, they never put off human affections, and so pity takes possession of them, when they see the ungodly punished or even subject to impending wrath. Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, was astonished for a time, and his thoughts troubled him. Daniel said to Arioch, ‘Do not kill the wise men in Babylon. Daniel 4:19 “Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, was astonied for one hour, and his thoughts troubled him. Others think he was in an ecstasy; but this seems to suit better because he does not simply speak of being astonished, but even disturbed and terrified in his thoughts. In Daniel’s case we see both these feelings. Nevertheless at his insistence he would tell him its meaning. Daniel 5:13-31 Daniel Interprets The Handwriting. The Prophet is terrified, and yet he is free from all evil; for God does not threaten him, nay, the very punishment which he sees prepared for the king, afforded the hope of future deliverance. God’s viewpoint is not easy to take sometimes. See Habakkuk 3:16. So was not Nebuchadnezzar, who was the man concerned. The king answered and said, “Belteshazzar, let not the dream or the interpretation alarm you.” Belteshazzar answered and said, “My lord, u may the dream be for those who hate you u and its interpretation for your enemies! Daniel begins to interpret Nebuchadnezzar’s second dream starting at verse 19. He said, ‘I have found a man. King Nebuchadnezzar,To the nations and peoples of every language, who live No honest preachers or teachers tell people just what they want to hear. If it must come on any, such was his respect for the sovereign, and such his desire for his welfare and prosperitry, that he preferred that it should fall upon those who were his enemies, and who hated him. This chapter is unique in all scripture. Of special interest is the evidence of mutual love and respect between Daniel and the king in Daniel 4:19. Belteshazzar answered and said, My lord, the dream be to them that hate thee, and the interpretation thereof to thine enemies. For though Nebuchadnezzar was an idolater, a persecutor, and oppressor of the people of God, yet he was Daniel’s prince, and therefore, though he foresees, and is now going to foretel, ill concerning him, he dares not wish ill to him. What Daniel had said in his interpretation is repeated from heaven. "Heaven rules is the oldest surrogate for God in the Bible. In Daniel 3:6, Daniel 3:15, it evidently means immediately. The king spake, and said, Belteshazzar, let not the dream, or the interpretation thereof, trouble thee. Daniel 4:19-27 Then Daniel (also called Belteshazzar) was greatly perplexed for a time, and his thoughts terrified him . And whereas they commanded to leave the stump of the roots of the tree; thy kingdom shall be sure unto thee, after that thou shall have known that the heavens do rule.". No communicator of God’s truth should pull any punches. read απηνεωθη, obstupefactus fuit, he was amazed, or confounded. "Evil-merodach his son was regent during his father's insanity."[32]. It was composed under the authority of a pagan. Here Daniel relates how he was in some sense astonished. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar -, Belteshazzar answered and said, My lord, the dream be to them that hate thee -, "Thy kingdom shall be sure unto thee, after that thou shall have known that the heavens do rule", Then Daniel (whose name was Belteshazzar) was astonied for one hour, the king spake and said, Belteshazzar, let not the dream, or the interpretation thereof, trouble thee, Belteshazzar answered and said, my lord, the dream be to them that hate thee, and the interpretation thereof to thine enemies. When Daniel prayed this, Judah had been scattered for about 70 years, and they were just about ready to go back to the Promised Land. Daniel"s initial reluctance to tell the king the interpretation must have been due to the bad news itself, or to the potentially harmful consequences to Daniel for telling it to the king. Daniel"s initial reluctance to tell the king the interpretation must have been due to the bad news itself, or to the potentially harmful consequences to Daniel for telling it to the king. The dream dumbfounded Daniel. And whereas the king saw a watcher and a holy one coming down from heaven, and saying, Hew down the tree, and destroy it; nevertheless leave the stump of the roots thereof in the earth, even with a band of iron and brass, in the tender grass of the field; and let it be wet with the dew of heaven; and let his portion be with the beasts of the field, till seven times pass over. It is not the language of uncharitable hatred. 19:11-21). This was the distinctive feature of the true prophets of God: though they often had to predict judgments, they were nevertheless grieved when any of God"s creatures were chastised." Meanwhile, we must remark, how variously the Prophets were affected when God uses them in denouncing his approaching judgments. Daniel had not hesitated to interpret the king"s first dream ( Daniel 2:27-28). The seventieth week will end when Christ returns to the earth to establish His kingdom (Rev. Take me to the king. For these two reasons they suffer sorrow and pain. Nebuchadnezzar the king, unto all people, nations, and languages, that dwell in all the earth; Peace … Daniel 4:19. (Read Daniel 4:19-27) Daniel was struck with amazement and terror at so heavy a judgment coming upon so great a prince, and gives advice with tenderness and respect. Chaldee. The nature of the king's strange malady is readily identified by a number of writers as "lycanthropy,"[30] a strange form of insanity in which the victim imagines that he is a beast and adopts a form of behavior appropriate to such a delusion. Daniel 9:4-19 4] I prayed to the LORD my God and confessed: "O Lord, the great and awesome God, who keeps his covenant of love with all who love him and obey his commands, 5] we have sinned and done wrong. God's promises are to encourage our prayers, not to make them needless; and when we see the performance of them approaching, we should more earnestly plead them with God. At the close of seventy years it was lawful for the pious worshippers of God to beg him to free them; but until the time predicted by the Prophet had elapsed, it was not lawful either to indulge in hatred against the king, or to invoke God’s wrath upon him. If they do not tell the truth, few will trust their word. This was the reason why he suffered so much sorrow from that sad oracle. Which name he took no felicity at all in, but the contrary. God was just about ready to release them. Aware of the interpretation of the dream Daniel was very upset, and his concern was clear to Nebuchadnezzar. The king answered and said, “Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or the interpretation trouble you.” Belteshazzar answered and said, “My lord, the dream be to those who hate you, and its interpretation to your enemies.”. The king said, Let not the dream trouble thee — Whatsoever it be that thou understandest from the dream, tell it freely without fear. Nebuchadnezzar had derived the knowledge of the meaning of his dream from one who was a Hebrew, and it was natural, therefore, in order that it might be known by whom the dream had been interpreted, that he should so designate him that it would be understood by all. Note the change of speakers. 19 Then Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, was astonished for a time, and his thoughts troubled him. The AV translation "for one hour" ( Daniel 4:19) describes a brief period of time better rendered "for a while" (NASB, et al.). The king responded and said, 'Belteshazzar, do not let the dream or its interpretation alarm you.' "Thy kingdom shall be sure unto thee, after that thou shall have known that the heavens do rule" (Daniel 4:26). Belteshazzar answered and said, My lord, the dream be to them that hate thee - Let such things as are foreboded by the dream happen to your enemies rather than to you. 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