In Chapter 5 we shall study about king Belshazzar, Nebuchadnezzar’s grandson, and how he was deposed because he had not learned the lesson that God had communicated to his grandfather, even though he lived through his Dad’s experience of arrogance, narcissism, pride, humility to the dust, and exaltation to true kingly nobility and divine worship. God is patient with sinners, and is kind, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance and live, but to all is granted a fixed probation, and when the fullness of His grace is despised, then the ministry of His wrath commences. The gospel is designed for all mankind, and God sends missionaries of hope to the earth’s remotest places, and to the most exalted potentates. He ministers in dreams, visions, nature, angels, life’s incidences, and interpersonal relations with other humans, no matter their nationality, race, culture, pedigree, or religion, and makes His purposes known to men.
Click on the following link for this week’s lesson, Daniel Lesson 6-From Arrogance to Destruction