Daniel and the Lion’s Den Summary Video
In fact, Daniel knew a new law, under King Darius, but committed in his heart to stay steadfast in his prayer and praise to the Lord. As always, Daniel was faithful in prayer. Daniel 6:1-29. Daniel prayed to God three times a day.
Conversely, the wicked men saw Daniel praying. Unfortunately, King Darius had government officials jealous of Daniel and made an accusation about Daniel to King Darius to live up to his law and had Daniel thrown in the lion’s den. Daniel 6:6-7.
Daniel and the Lion’s Den Summary of why Daniel Survived the Lion’s Den
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Moreover, Daniel was an obedient, honest, and faith-filled man. He “was preferred above the presidents and princes, because an excellent spirit was in him” (Daniel 6:3). Also, he loved and followed God.
As a result, God is faithful to those who commit to him. Thus, the Lord closed the mouth of the Lion and Daniel, and Daniel lived. And, the king was happy that Daniel survived.
For one thing, prayer is a tool we have always to communicate with God. God wants to hear from us daily. As always, he wants to hear from us when we’re happy when things are going well, as well as when discouraged.
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