In Babylon, these exiles must learn the art of adapting to their hostile surroundings while remaining faithful to the God who reigns.
It’s 605BC and the Southern Kingdom of Judah is experiencing a catastrophic defeat at the hands of the Babylonians. The first exiles – every future leader – has been taken from Judea.
Four young Jews find themselves in a foreign land under a foreign king surrounded by foreign gods. How will they respond? Has the God of Israel been defeated by the gods of Babylon?
Three times the opening chapter of Daniel confirms that the God of Israel still reigns supreme. Even through the disaster of exile, the Lord reigns.