Jesse M. Hendley
October 11, 1907---November 30, 1994
Daniel Chapter 10
Turn with me please to Chapter 10, of the Book of
Daniel, as we study today about angelic powers bent on
the destruction of souls.
In this mysterious universe there are forces working
that are not human. There are supernatural forces at
work. There are good spirits and there are evil
spirits. There is a revelation here in the 10th
chapter of Daniel, showing there are spirits bent on
the destruction and the damnation of the souls of men.
Now here's the experience Daniel had. He said, "in the
third year of Cyrus king of Persia, a thing was
revealed unto Daniel, whose name was called
Belteshezzar, and the thing was true, but the time
appointed was long, and he understood the thing, and
had understanding of the vision." Notice he gives the
date of a glorious spiritual blessing and illumination
that he received. Daniel knew that he had the vision.
"In those days I Daniel was mourning three full
weeks." You know, its good for us to mourn. It is good
for us to get alone with God, at least once a week.
We ought to get alone with God in unhurried prayer and
go over our lives and check up and chasten ourselves
and see where we are before God. God says, "Blessed
are they that mourn," mourn over their own sins and
the sins of their loved ones and the sins of a lost
Then Daniel saw a, great vision. "I ate no pleasant
bread, neither came flesh nor wine in my mouth,
neither did I anoint myself at all, till three whole
weeks were fulfilled." He was in prayer. Then God gave
to Daniel a tremendous vision. I'll not take up the
full meaning of the vision now, of the vision that was
given to Daniel at this time, but we read here that
God sent to him a heavenly being, and he tells how
that from the first minute he set his face to pray
that God heard.
Verse 12. "Then he said unto me, fear not Daniel, for
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