Daniel 2:26; Daniel 4:8–9; Daniel 4:18–19; Daniel 5:12; Daniel 10:1

26 The king declared to Daniel, ywhose name was Belteshazzar, zAre you able to make known to me the dream that I have seen and its interpretation?


At last Daniel came in before mehe who was named xBelteshazzar after the name of my god, and in whom is ythe spirit of the holy gods1and I told him the dream, saying, O Belteshazzar, zchief of the magicians, because I know that ythe spirit of the holy gods is in you and that no amystery is too difficult for you, tell me sthe visions of my dream that I saw and their interpretation.


18 This dream I, King Nebuchadnezzar, saw. And you, O pBelteshazzar, tell me the interpretation, because qall the wise men of my kingdom are not able to make known to me the interpretation, but you are able, for rthe spirit of the holy gods is in you.

Daniel Interprets the Second Dream

19 Then Daniel, whose name was pBelteshazzar, was sdismayed for a while, and this thoughts alarmed him. The king answered and said, Belteshazzar, let not the dream or the interpretation alarm you. Belteshazzar answered and said, My lord, umay the dream be for those who hate you uand its interpretation for your enemies!


12 ebecause an excellent spirit, knowledge, and funderstanding fto interpret dreams, explain riddles, and gsolve problems were found in this Daniel, hwhom the king named Belteshazzar. Now let Daniel be called, and he will show the interpretation.


Daniel's Terrifying Vision of a Man

10 bIn the third year of Cyrus king of Persia a word was revealed to Daniel, cwho was named Belteshazzar. And dthe word was true, and it was a great conflict.1 And ehe understood the word and ehad understanding of the vision.