"The Law of the King" by Doug Batchelor

"The Law of the King" by Doug Batchelor [LQ]

After Darius, king of the Medes and Persians, had conquered Babylon, he executed all Babylonian government officials, except one. That fortunate man was Daniel, a servant of the true God. Seventy years earlier, he had been carried from Judah to Babylon as a captive and made to serve in the palace as an advisor to the Babylonian kings...

Date Posted: 04 Dec 2008
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Millennium of Prophecy
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