Passage/ text/ story from The Old Testament Of The Bible
Passage/ text/ story from The Old Testament of the Bible
In the book of Daniel 3:16-18 Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego refused to bow down to false Gods as ordered by Nebuchadnezzar who was their leader but they refused and instead desired to suffer but serve the living God. This is a scenario that happens even today when men and women desire to follow after earthly things instead of the teachings of God. The desires of such things often lead to death but peace and everlasting life to those who follow after Christ.
The story of Daniel, Meshach and Abednego as depicted in the book of Daniel 3 indicates men who were appointed into high office by their boss Nebuchadnezzar. All of them were supposed to work under their boss and serve the people in the province of Babylon as shown in Daniel 2:49. The three faithful followers of God were Jews who were endowed with wisdom, knowledge and skills from God. God himself had ensured such positions for them so that His name was made manifest among the people from the region (Brueggemann 128).
They enjoyed favor from the people because of their position a chance most of the people from the region would not enjoy. In the eyes of the King, the natives and God they were blessed, and were seen as an enigma by different other opponents. Such a condition changed for the worse during one season when the Kind decided to make golden images that were to be worshiped by the natives and the Jews alike. All the peo…
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