Greatness and Offense
Babylon was a sophisticated society, with enough distraction to keep any Hebrew in the constant tension between devotion to God and an unhealthy love for this world.
Daniel, on the other hand, was absolute in His devotion to God, and uncompromising in his purpose. He sought for excellence in his position as leaven. If you want to find someone with a reason for bitterness, you’ve just found him—taken away from his family, made into a eunuch, and forced to serve among the cultists. Greatness in God is often on the other side of injustice and offense. Daniel made it over this hurdle, but not because he was great. He was victorious because of His devotion to the One who is great!
Excerpt From: Johnson, Bill. “A Life of Miracles.” Destiny Image Publishers, Inc. iBooks.
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