Can Satan Read Your Mind? (4 of 23) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Last Days of the Planet Earth
In Daniel, chapter 2, we are going to find that Nebuchadnezzar, the most powerful ruler in the world in the sixth century BC is given a revelation from God through a dream.
Now, it's not unusual in Bible times to find that God revealed Himself through dreams. We can think of many examples. God revealed Himself in a dream to Jacob, saying to Jacob that He was going to give him the promised land, the land of Palestine.
God revealed Himself in a dream to Joseph, showing him that one day he would be a mighty and powerful leader and his brothers would bow before him.
God revealed Himself in a dream to Pharaoh during Joseph's time in Egypt, showing that there would be seven years of prosperity followed by seven years of famine. That motivated Joseph to get Egypt ready for the famine by storing up grain.
God revealed Himself in a dream to Solomon, when Solomon was to take over the throne of his father, David. God revealed Himself to Solomon, telling him that he could ask for what ever he wanted and God would grant that request. That's not unusual.
Now today, we are told in the Word of God that God, who has revealed Himself at diverse times and in sundry manners, hath in these last days revealed Himself through His Son, Jesus Christ, whom He has appointed heir of all things, in Hebrews, chapter one.
That means that although God may speak to us in other ways, the primary way God speaks to us today is through the Word of God. The Word of God is not just what God has said, it's what God is saying to us.
In this particular case today, in Daniel 2, God reveals His plan for the world, not through a Godly prophet or patriarch, but God reveals His plan for the world through a dream that He gives to the most evil ruler of that time.
Even through those who serve Satan, God can use them to reveal Himself. It's almost like if God would have appeared to Hitler in ...
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