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Lesson 12: Daniel




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1. Why did Daniel not want to eat the king’s food?

    a) He preferred to eat vegetables.

    b) The king’s food did not meet the requirements of Jewish food laws.

2. What ‘creative alternative’ did Daniel propose concerning the food issue?

    a) That Daniel and his companions be given a ten-day trial with kosher food.

    b) That everyone in the king’s program should conform to Jewish food laws.

3. Why did Nebuchadnezzar pronounce the death penalty on all his wise men?

    a) They had left Babylon without royal permission.

    b) They were giving the king advice they knew was wrong.

    c) None of them were able to interpret the king’s dream.

4. Why was Daniel alarmed about Nebuchadnezzar’s second dream?

    a) It predicted the king’s temporary madness.

    b) He realized he was unable to interpret this one.

5. Nebuchadnezzar temporarily lost his sanity and his throne because in his pride he took to himself the glory that belonged to God.

    a) True.

    b) False.

6. What did Belshazzar do that greatly displeased the Lord?

    a) He mistreated the Jewish captives that were exiled to Babylon.

    b) He engaged in riotous living.

    c) He used sacred vessels from God’s Temple in his great feast.

7. What motivated the officials to get King Darius to issue the decree that landed Daniel in the lions’ den?

    a) They were extremely jealous of Daniel’s high authority.

    b) They wanted to flatter the King with their loyalty.

8. Knowing when to confront and when to design a creative alternative is what wisdom is all about.

    a) True.

    b) False.

9. Are the rise of world kingdoms and empires always under God’s control?

    a) Yes.

    b) No.

10. The writer tells us that Daniel was, above all things,

    a) a prophet.

    b) an interpreter of dreams.

    c) a man of prayer.

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