With twelve chapters, the book of Daniel is the shortest of the four Major Prophets. Yet, it has produced more discussion and literary output than any other biblical book of corresponding length. Three times in the book, Daniel is called “greatly beloved” (Dan. 9:23; 10:11, 19). Thus the title of this book: Daniel: God’s Beloved Prophet.
The book is filled with timeless truths that are just as relevant today as when they were written 2,500 years ago, and we do well to pay close attention to them. Ellen G. White repeatedly called attention to the study of the book of Daniel: “As we near the close of this world’s history, the prophecies recorded by Daniel demand our special attention, as they relate to the very time in which we are living.” Ellen G. White, Prophets and Kings (Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press, 1943), 547.
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