After Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden tree, they realized they were naked, literally and spiritually. So they attempted to make clothes from leaves, but failed. So they hid from God. God knew where they were, but he allowed them to hide from him and searched for them. Why? The answer says something profound about God.
Second Thessalonians describes a final great deception that will befall planet earth that is engineered by Satan himself. Revelation 13 actually describes in general some of what that deception will look like.
The biblical story of Queen Esther never mentions God. But in the story, coincidence after coincidence happens so often that the story wouldn’t even be believable without God. Indeed, God is so absent from the story that he is obviously the central character.
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The book of Daniel is a training session for how to interpret prophecy in the rest of the Bible, especially the book of Revelation. Many clues for how the Bible intends for us to interpret prophecy are found in Daniel. In this series we walk chapter by chapter through the book of Daniel.