From Chapter 1:9-21 of the prophecy of Daniel, (דָנִיאֶל), brother Gideon Levytam points to Daniel’s faith in His God, and the Divine favour which God placed on him and the Hebrew children in Babylon. Daniel, along with Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, determined to honour their God and not be defiled with the king’s meat, which had been offered to idols. After ten days of testing, where they only ate pulse and drank water, the appearance of the godly Hebrews was fairer than all those who ate the defiled Babylonian food. Thus, God was honoured, and He watched over Daniel and the Hebrew children, gifting them with all knowledge, skill, learning and wisdom, which they used for God’s glory.

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