"But go thou thy way till the end be: for thou shalt rest, and stand in thy lot at the end of the days", God spoke to Daniel. From the time he was about 18 years old Daniel lived close to the Lord and for God’s kingdom. Daniel was a prophet with whom God shared the great mysteries of heaven. The things that God spoke to Daniel are very difficult to understand. Daniel had a special type of faith which could draw from God a power to understand His mysteries. Daniel shared the knowledge and the wisdom of God and also the mysteries of God’s doings. He walked very close to God. Daniel’s book is a difficult book to understand. Many of the present events and future events are there. Daniel is the John of the Old Testament. He would see a vision and be so overwhelmed by its impact as to fall down and become weak. When God’s mighty thoughts enter our mind, sometimes we become weak. But Daniel would not leave God.
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Our loving God will share with you many things. Daniel walked so close to God that his dreams were prophetic, and his words were prophetic and the interpretation was prophetic. What a blessing one young person can be! He interpreted the writing on the wall on that historic night, "Mene, Mene, Tekel Upharsin." Within a few hours of that interpretation, that judgment was fulfilled. Was Daniel a bondman? When God’s mind comes into you, can you be a slave? No, he was a ruler. Big men will come to learn from you if you live close to God and God will reveal the future to you.
God said to Daniel, "Thou shalt rest and stand in thy lot at the end of the days." Each one of us will stand in our lot at the end of our days according to our walk with God now.