|Overview - Daniel 2|
|1||Nebuchadnezzar, forgetting his dream, requires it of the Chaldeans, by promises and threatenings.|
|10||They acknowledging their inability are judged to die.|
|14||Daniel obtaining some respite finds the dream.|
|19||He blesses God.|
|24||He staying the decree is brought to the king.|
Daniel 2:4 (King James Version)
Then spake the Chaldeans to the king in Syriack, O king, live for ever: tell thy servants the dream, and we will shew the interpretation.
- Genesis 31:47 ; Ezra 4:7 ; Isaiah 36:11
- Aramith, "Aramean," the language of Aram or Syria; a general term comprehending both the Chaldee and Syriac, the latter merely differing from the former as a dialect, and being written in a different character. With the following words the Chaldee part of Daniel commences; and is continued to the end of the seventh chapter.
- O king
- 3:9 4:19 5:10 Daniel 6:6 Daniel 6:21 1 Samuel 10:24 ; 1 Kings 1:25 1 Kings 1:31 ; Nehemiah 2:3 ; Matthew 21:9
- Mark 11:9 Mark 11:10
- 4:7 5:8 Genesis 41:8 ; Isaiah 44:25