Daniel 12 LEB

The Time of the Judgment and the Resurrection of Two Groups

1 "Now at that time, Michael, the great prince, will arise, {the protector} over the sons of your people, and it will be a time of distress that has not been since [your people] {have been} a nation until that time. And at that time your people will escape, {everyone who is found} written in the scroll.

References for Daniel 12:1

    • a 12:1 - Literally "the one who stands with"
    • b 12:1 - Literally "to be" or "being"
    • c 12:1 - Literally "all [of] the being found"
    • d 12:1 - Or "book"
      2 And many from [those] sleeping {in the dusty ground} will awake, some to {everlasting life} and some to disgrace and {everlasting contempt}.

      References for Daniel 12:2

        • e 12:2 - Literally "[of the] ground of dust"
        • f 12:2 - Literally "life of eternity"
        • g 12:2 - Literally "contempt [of] eternity"
          3 But the [ones] having insight will shine like the brightness of the expanse, and [the ones] providing justice [for] the many [will be] like the stars {forever and ever}.

          References for Daniel 12:3

            • h 12:3 - Or "leading the many in righteousness"
            • i 12:3 - Literally "to eternity and ever"
              4 But you, Daniel, keep the words secret and seal the scroll until [the] time of [the] end; many will run back and forth and knowledge will increase."

              References for Daniel 12:4

                • j 12:4 - Or "book"
                  5 Then I looked, I myself, Daniel, and look, there were two others standing: {one on this bank of the stream and one on the other}.

                  References for Daniel 12:5

                    • k 12:5 - Literally "one here on the bank of the stream and one there on the bank of the stream"
                      6 Then he said to the man [who] was clothed in linen who [was] above the water of the stream, "{How long until} the end of the wonders?"

                      References for Daniel 12:6

                        • l 12:6 - Hebrew "from above"
                        • m 12:6 - Or "river"
                        • n 12:6 - Literally "Until when"
                          7 And I heard the man [who] was clothed in linen who [was] above the water of the stream, and he raised his right hand and his left hand to heaven and he swore {by the one who lives forever} that [an] appointed time, appointed times, and half [an appointed time] [would pass] when [the] shattering of {the power of the holy people} {would be completed}; [then] all these things will be accomplished.

                          References for Daniel 12:7

                            • o 12:7 - Hebrew "from above"
                            • p 12:7 - Or "river"
                            • q 12:7 - Literally "by the life of the eternity"
                            • r 12:7 - Literally "[the] power of [the] people of holiness"
                            • s 12:7 - Literally "to come to an end"

                              Daniel Seeks Additional Insights

                              8 Now I myself heard, but I [did] not understand, and I said, "My lord, what [will be the] outcome [of] these [things]?"

                              References for Daniel 12:8

                                  9 And he said, "Go, Daniel, for the words [are] secret and [are] sealed [up] until [the] time of [the] end.
                                  10 Many will be purified and will be cleansed and will be refined, but [the] wicked will act wickedly {and none of the wicked will understand}, but {those who have insight} will understand.

                                  References for Daniel 12:10

                                    • t 12:10 - Literally "and not will understand all the wicked"
                                    • u 12:10 - Literally "the [ones] having insight"
                                      11 And from [the] time the regular burnt offering is removed and [the] abomination that causes desolation {is set up} [there will be] one thousand two hundred and ninety days.

                                      References for Daniel 12:11

                                        • v 12:11 - Literally "to be set up" or "to put in place"
                                          12 Happy [is] the [one who is] persevering, and attains [to] [the] one thousand three hundred and thirty-five days.
                                          13 But you, go [on] to the end and rest, and you will arise for your allotted inheritance at the end of the days."