Daniel: Significant Events in
the Six Years of Returning
(Darius)
Daniel 12:1e
Daniel 12:1, Page 5

Re-evaluation Translation:
(
Repeating) Daniel 12:1  And at that time shall those who choose to serve Yehuveh stand up, including government leaders, which take their stand for the children of thy people. And there shall be a time of great trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time. And at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one who has not withdrawn their name from Yehuveh’s book [of life].

Bible, KJV Translation:
(
Repeating) Daniel 12:1  And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book.

Significant Words and Comments:

Signifiicant Words in Daniel 12:1 (26 July 2009):
       
Nation, gowy [from Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary entry H1471, from H1465, from H1460, from the primary Hebrew root verb H1342], “a foreign nation; a troop of animals, a flight of locusts,” as discussed by Daniel 11:23.

       
Even to, `owd [H5750/H5749], “again,” is discussed by Daniel 11:2.

       
Same, that, huw' [H1931], “he, she, it; this, that,” as by Daniel 11:8.

       
Shall be delivered, that is, shall slip away, shall let go out, malat [H4422], as discussed in notes on Daniel 11:41.

       
Every one, kol [H3605/H3634], “the whole,” as discussed by Daniel 11:2.

       
Be found, from matsa' [H4672], is discussed in notes on Daniel 11:19

       
Written, from the primary root verb kathab [H3789], means “to grave, that is, to engrave; by implication, to write, to describe, to inscribe, to prescribe, to subscribe.” Kathab is used only here in Daniel 11-12.

       
Book is from cepher [H5612/H5608], meaning “writing (the art or the document); by implication, a book.” Cepher is from the primary root verb caphar [H5608], properly meaning “to score with a mark as a tally or record, by implication, to inscribe, and also to enumerate; to recount; to celebrate.” Cepher is used only twice in Daniel 11-12 [12:1, 4].


Gael Bataman
Originally Written:             26 July 2009
Latest Update:                     5 January 2012


 
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