by Jerry Vines

Daniel 7:13 & 14,27
Dr. Vines 2/28/88
In a series of visions, God gave to this faithful prophet,
Daniel, things that would take place at the end of the age. Last
Sunday night we saw what god spoke to Daniel concerning the judgment
that is going to come upon unbelievers. There are many judgments
mentioned in the Bible, but specifically God revealed to Daniel that
there would be a time when all the unsaved would be gathered before
the Lord, -the book would be opened and jutn,dgment would be g-iven
Tonight, God gives to Daniel again, a statement concerning the coming
reign of the Messiah -- the reign of Christ. Previously, the Lord had
already revealed to Daniel that this was going to take place. Look
back at Daniel 2 and let's remind ourselves of what God said to
Daniel way back there in that second chapter. In Daniel 2, the Lord
gave him a vision of the successive world empires that would hold
sway on the earth. He gave it to him in the figure of an image. The
image had a head of gold and it went down to the legs and then to the
feet of the image that was of clay. In the conclusion of this, we are
told in verse 44:
"And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven
set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed. And
the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it
shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms and
it shall stand forever.
For as much as thou sawest that the stone was cut out of
the mountain without hands that it break in pieces the
iron, the brass, the clay, the silver and the gold. The
great God hath made known to the king what shall come
to pass hereafter."
Under the figure of speech the stone cut out of the mountain that
rolled down and smote the image God revealed to Daniel that one of
these days there was going to be a kingdom established by God himself
on the earth. This kingdom would be the reign of His messiah, His
Sons the Lord Jesus Christ. This was not f ...

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