Daniel and the Revelation

General Index

ALEXANDER, the Great, first king of the Grecian Empire, 54; his generous treatment of the royal Persian captives, 55; his self-conceit, 55; his debaucheries and death, 56; celerity of his movements, 148; his pompous claim, 149; how his kingdom was divided into four parts, 150; fulfils Daniel 11:3, 4, 223; his posterity extinct in 15 years, id; names of the four general who divided his kingdom, 224; their territory, id.

Anointing the most holy, what, 212.

Antiochus Magnus fulfils Dan. 11:13, 230.

Actium, battle of, 248.

Antony, death of, 249.

Abomination that maketh desolate set up, 259.

A new power introduced, 264.

Assistance rendered Turkey, 282.

Armenian atrocities, 291.

Angel, Christ's, who, 325.

Angel of the church, who, 347.

Antipas, who, 355.

A clean universe, 399.

Alaric invades Rome, 456.

Attila, the Hun, ranks with Alaric and Genseric, in the destruction of the Roman Empire, 460, 461.

Abubeker, his singular commands to his army, 474.

Anger of the nations, when, 506.

American statistics, 537.

A. Campbell describes sects, 558.

Ark of testament in heaven, 623.

Armageddon, battle of, 651.

Angels not disembodied souls, 683.

Azazel, name of the Devil, 688.

A thousand years in heaven, 696.

Adding to, or taking from, 725.

BABYLONISH Empire, the head of gold, 43; when founded, id; its extent, 44; how universal, 45.

Bible names significance of, 28.

Babylon, city, description of; stratagem of Cyrus by which is was taken, 49; its final ruin, 51.

Belshazzar, son of Nabonadius, joint ruler with his father, 48; his impious feast, 94; chosen by Cyrus as the time of capture Babylon, 94; its conclusion, 98; poetical description of, by Sir Edwin Arnold, 99-105.

Bear, a symbol of Medo-Persia, 116.

Beast, great and terrible, symbol of Rome, 118.

Berenice married by Antiochus, 226; murdered by Laodice, id.

Bonaparte dreams of glory, 274; Egyptian espedition, 275; his views of Russia, 286.

Blessing, the, at end of 1335 days, what, 315.

Balaam, his doctrine, what, 356.

Book of life, 365.

Beasts, four, who, 388.

Books, ancient, style of, 391.

Bottomless pit, meaning of, 472, 690.

Beast of Rev. 13:1, and little horn of Dan. 7:25, identical, 524.

Beast, image to, what 546; mark of, what, 550.

Babylon, symbolical, what, 600.

Bride, the Lamb's wife, who, 682, 706.

Benediction on cammandment keepers, 721.

Binding of Satan, what, 691.

CYAXERES, the Mede, called in Dan. 5:31 "Darius," 48.

Cyrus, Son of Cambyses, king of Persia, nephew of Cyaxeres, or Darius, king of the Medes, 53; Conquered Babylon, B. C. 538, 53; takes the throne on the death of Darius, 106; his decree for the return of the Jews, 53; length of his reign, 53; his successors, 53.

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Chronology of the kingdom of God, 69-72.

Changing times and laws, what, 140.

Christian era, 202, note.

Commandment of Cyrus, Darius, and Artaxerxes one decree, 206.

Caesar, Julius, assumes control of Egypt, 236; is captivated by Cleopatra, 237; fulfils Dan. 11:18, 19, 238.

Caesar, Augustus, a raiser of taxes, fulfils Dan. 11:20, 239.

Caesar, Tiberius, fulfils Dan. 11:21, 22, 240.

Chittim, what country, 253.

Christ's present reign, 295; change of position, id.

Conscious state of the dead not proved by Dan. 12:2, 301.

Churches, the seven, cover the whole gospel age, 327-329.

Coming of Christ visible, 333.

Candlesticks, meaning of, 342.

Confession and denial of Christ, 366.

Cold and hot, signification of, 372.

Chastisement, a token of love,378.

Consulship of Rome extinguished by Justinian, 465.

Chosroes, king of Persia, 470.

Constantine XIII, last emperor of the East, 481.

Constantinople, siege and overthrow of, 481.

Character of U. S. government, 538, 539.

Catholic catechisms, tesitmony of, 555-557.

Church and state in America, 563-574.

Christian Endeavor, aims of, 573.

Chronology of third message, 621.

Convulsions of nature, 677.

Closing thoughts, 726.

DANIEL and Revelation counter-parts of each other, 3.

Daniel's prophecy to be understood, 5; Daniel and Ezekiel, 21, 22; Daniel's place in prophecy, 22; source of his fame, id; nature of his prophecy, 23; his integrity, 29; his exaltation, 76; his wonderful prayer, 184; his age and decease, 23.

Date of the captivity, 32.

Daily, Dan. 8:11-13, what, 157.

Darius Codomannus, the lask king of Persia before Grecia, 53; overthrown at Arbela, 331B.C., 54; his sad end, 55.

Dura, the site of Nebuchadnezzar's rival image, 78; dedication of the image, 79; integrity of the three worthies, 81; Nebuchadnezzar's rage, id.; their deliverance, 82; Nebuchadnezzar's conversion, 83.

Daniel in the lions' den, 106-112; recognized by Paul as a true record, 107.

Days, the 2300, why not explained in Daniel 8, 182; explained in chapter 9, 187-190; reach to cleansing of heavenly sanctuary, 178; termination of, 267.

Dates of Christ's baptism and crucifixion, 244.

Dan. 8:11; 11:31, and Rev. 13:2, parallel, 255.

Daily taken away, how, 255.

Decree of Justinian, 259, 260.

Days, the 1290, 313; the 1335, 314.

Distinction between Christ and God, 330.

Door opened in heaven, 384.

Dragon, symbol in one form, of Satan; in another, of Rome, 514.

De Tocqueville's testimony, 529.

Dimensions of the holy city, 709.

ENOCH contemporary with Adam, 3.

Ezra received decree to restore Jerusalem, 198.

Era, Christian, 202, note.

Events of the year 508 A.D., 258.

Exploits of saints, 263.

Eastern question, what, 283.

Ephesus, meaning of, 347.

Eye-salve, meaning of, 376.

Elders, four and twenty, who, 386.

Earthquake, the great, at Lisbon, 414-418.

Euphrates, symbolic, what, 647.

Eminent reformers, 741.

FAMOUS marches of Alexander, 117.

Four beasts, Daniel's vision of, 113.

Four heads of leopard, what, 117; arose when, id.

France an atheistical power, 265; fulfils Dan. 11:36-40, 264-273; Fulfils Rev. 11:7-13, 500-504.

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Franco-Prussian war, bearing on prophecy, 284.

Five months of Rev. 9:10, where located, 478.

Firearms prophesied of, 452, note.

First settlements in America, 536.

Forever and ever, meaning of, 632.

GOD'S people preserve the world, 38.

Grecia, the brass of the great image, 54; the leopard of Dan. 7:6, 116; the goat of Dan. 8:5, 147; comes into prophecy B.C. 331, at battle of Arbela, 148; continues till league of Jews with the Romans, B.C. 161, seventy years, 153.

Gabriel, a prominent angel, 179; his glory, id.

Genseric, the Vandal, 253.

Glories of the stellar worlds, 303, 304.

God of forces, 271, note.

Gold tried in the fire, explained, 375.

Glass, sea of, what, 388.

Genseric, naval warfare of, 458, 459; efforts of emperors Majorian and Leo against him fail, 459, 460.

Gov. Pownall's testimony, 529.

Geo. Alfred Townsend's testimony, 529.

Great wonders originating in the U.S., 542, 543.

Gluttony rebuked, 676.

HORN with eyes and mouth, a symbol of the papacy, 119, 124-127.

Horns, the three, plucked up before little horn, 128-136.

He-goat, as a symbol, explained, 147.

Horn, notable, of the goat, explained, 148.

Horns, four, of the goat, what, 150.

Horn, little, of Daniel 8, not a symbol of Antichus Epiphanes, 151; but a symbol of Rome, 153; how it came forth from one of the four horns of the goat, 153; accurately fulfilled by Rome, 154-156; further explained, 181.

Hypocrisy of Antony and Caesar, 181.

How long to the end, 310, 311.

Heraclius's bold enterprise, 471.

Hailstorm, the final, 655.

Heads, the seven, explained, 659.

Heaven and earth flee away, how, 698.

INTERPRETATION, two systems of, 4; Origen's mystical system, id.

Image, great world-kingdom, of Dan. 2:31, 41; adapted to Nebuchadnezzar's position, 42.

Indignation, what, 179.

Interpolation in Rev. 1:11, 341.

Injustice in Switzerland, 577.

JERUSALEM'S overthrow predicted, 25; three times taken by Babylon, id.

Judgment, investigative, 120.

Justinian, papal decree, when established, 262.

John, why banished, 337.

Jews, who are, 352.

Jezebel, who, 359.

John Palaeologus, death of, 480.

Judgment before second advent, 598.

KEEPING the commandments, what, 631.

Key to movements in heaven, 296.

Knowledge, increase of, 306-309.

Kingdom of Rev. 1:9, meaning of, 336.

Key of David, what, 367.

Kitchens in churches, 616.

LAODICE put away by Antiochus, recalled, poisons him and seats her son on the throne, 226.

Last war against Babylon, 48.

Legs of image do not signify eastern and western Rome, 64.

Lion, a symbol of Babylon, 115.

Leopard, a symbol of Grecia, 116.

Life of fourth beast not prolonged like that of the others, 121.

League between jews and romans 234-244

Lot, meaning of, 317.

Land divided for gain, 272.

Lord's day, meaning of, 338, 344.

Laodicea, meaning of, 371.

Lamps of fire, the seven, what, 388.

Location of government symbolized by two-horned beast, 531.

Last church not to perish, 577, 578.

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Lake of fire repeated, 697.

Live, book of, 701.

MAGICIANS, etc., who, 33; their cunning, id; issue of the struggle between them and Nebuchadnezzar, 34, 35; God's providence manifest in their overthrow, 36.

Medo-Persia, the beast and arms of the great image, 52; how inferior to the head, id; chief Scriptural event in its history, 53; overthrew Babylon, B. C. 538, and continued 207 years, 116.

Martyrs by the papacy, estimated, 137-140.

Michael, who, 219, 294.

Mithridates assists Caesar in Egypt, 237.

Morning Star, the, who, 362.

Moon darkened, 422.

Momyllus, nicknamed Augustulus, last emperor of Rome, 463.

Mohammedanism, rise of, 470.

Mystery of God, what, 493.

Mark of beast, what, 559; who have it? 560, 561.

Mistake of Adventists in 1844, 598.

NEBUCHADNEZZAR'S wise policy, 27; commendable character, 40; his humiliation and final decree, 85-93.

Nabonadius, the last king of Babylon, 48.

Nehemiah's grant not a decree, 199.

North, king of, who, 224, 273.

Nicolaitanes, who, 349.

Name, new, unknown, 358.

Nineveh, battle of, 471.

National Reform movement, its aims, 571.

"Number of his name," what, 580.

ONCE in grace, always in grace," disproved, 365.

Opening and shutting, meaning of, 367.

Odoacer governs Italy, 466.

Ottoman supremacy, fall of, 485.

Our deeds all recorded, 699.

Overturning of kingdom three times, 180.

PRAYER often heard before answers appear, 218.

Prophecy, importance of, 4.

Ptolemy, king of Egypt, fulfils Dan. 11:5, 225.

Ptolemy Philadelphus fulfils Dan. 11:6, 225.

Ptolemy Euergetes fulfils Dan. 11:7-9, 226.

Potolemy Philopater fulfils Dan. 11:1, 12, 228.

Ptolemy Epiphanes supported by Rome, 233.

Pompey takes Jerusalem, 234; quarrels with Caesar, 236; flees to Egypt and is murdered, id.

Ptolemy and Cleopatra placed under guardianship of Rome, 235.

Prince of the covenant, who, 243.

Peter the Great, will of, 285.

Present situation in Turkey, 292, note.

Patmos, view of, 336.

Paradise withdrawn from the earth, 350; where, id.

Pergamos, meaning of, 354.

Philadelphis, signification of, 366.

Paraphrase of 1 Cor. 15:24-28, 382.

Prophetic time, close of, 492.

Persecuting powers, professedly Christian, 520.

Pope Pius VI, death of, 526.

Political changes in the world between 1817 and 1867, 530.

Proclamation of Christ's coming, 585; not given by the apostles or the Reformers, 588; belongs to the present generation, 590; its extent, 594-596.

Protestant church not true to its profession, 605.

Plagues, seven last, poured out, 641.

Perdition of ungodly men, when, 694; they never tread the new earth, 695.

Punishment, degrees of, 699.

Prominent martyrs, 738.

ROME, the legs of iron, 56; the terrible beast, 118; the horn of Dan. 8, 153; the great red dragon, 509; the leopard beast, 521; the scarlet beast, 659; succeeds Grecia, 56; Gibbon's testimony, id.; interferes in behalf of Egypt, 235; fulfils Dan. 11:14-35, 230; its divided state to continue to the end, 66; a false application, 58-62; growth of, by legacies, 246.

Ram, as symbol, explained, 146.

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Robbers of God's people, Romans, Dan. 11:14, 231.

Reformation, the great, 263; prophecy of, 518.

Russia's defiance, 281; encroachments, 286.

Resurrection, a special, 298-301.

Reward of the righteous, 302.

Revelation, meaning of, 321; wrong title given to, 323; date of, 337; object of, 324; dedicated to whom, 327; to be understoon, 326.

Reading of Rev. 1:8, 335.

Revelation qe, symbols explained, 509.

Religious declension of present day, 612-618.

SACRED writings, characteristics of, 24.

Successors of Nebuchadnezzar on throne of Babylon, 45, 48.

"Seven times," of Dan. 4:16, literal not prophetic; "seven times" of Leviticus 26, not a prophetic period, Appendix II, 736.

Startling events in papal history, 144, note.

Sanctuary, the, not the earth, 160; not the land of Canaan, 161; not the church, 164; it is, first, the tabernacle of Moses, expanded later into the temple at Jerusalem , 165; secondly, the sanctuary in heaven, 169; how cleansed, 172-176; importance of the subject, 177, 211; in heaven, size and magnificence of, 398.

Stand up, meaning of, 222.

South, king of the, who, 224, 273.

Seleucus, King of Syria, fulfils Dan. 11:5, 225.

Seleucus Callinicus plundered by Ptolemy, 227; died in exile, 228.

Seleucus Ceraununs and Antiochus Magnus fulfil Dan. 11:10, 228.

Scopas defeated by Antiochus, 233.

Syria made a Roman province, 234.

Siege of Jerusalem by Titus, 251, 252; fulfilled Deut. 28:53, id.

Shrinkage of Turkish territory, 289.

Seven Spirits, who, 330.

Spirit, to be in the, meaning of the expression, 338.

Sabbath exists in this dispensation as Lord's day, 341.

Smyrna, meaning of, 354.

Sardis, meaning of, 363.

Seals, the seven, explained, 402-434.

Souls under the altar, who and where, 410.

Sun darkened, 418-421.

Stars, falling of, 422-426.

Signs in sun, moon, and stars, objections answered, 427-432.

Seal of God, what, 437-442.

Silence in heaven, why, 452.

Saracens and Turks, 469.

Spiritualism, its place in prophecy, 544.

Sabbath, by whom changed, 558.

Seventh-day Adventists, papers and books, 625; conferences and missions, id.; how this work is fulfilling the third message, 628.

Summary of Sabbath arguments, 629.

Smoke going up forever, 681.

Saints reign with Christ, 692.

THE word "king" used for "kingdom," 52.

Toes of the image same as horns of the beast, 63.

Ten horns represent the ten kingdoms which arose out of the old Roman empire, 63.

The ten kingdoms still in existence in modern Empires, 73.

The ten kingdoms, enumeration of, 118, and Appendis III, 737.

Thrones cast down, should be rendered "set up," 119.

Third part, refers to divisions of Rome, 457, 458.

Titles assumed by the popes, 136.

Time, times, and a half, 141.

The Judgment set, when, 143.

Testimony of Adventists, 195.

Time in Dan. 11:24, how reckoned, 246.

Triumvirate, who, 247.

Two returnings, Dan. 11:28, what, and when, 250.

Tripartite divisions of Rome, 252.

Time of papal oppression, 263.

Time of the end, when, 264.

Turkey declares war against France, 275; fulfils Dan. 11:40-44; 276-280.

Turkey's future, 281-292.

Turko-Russian war, 288.

Time of Dan. 12:1, 293.

Titles of Christ, 330, 331.

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They which pierced him, who, 333; how these who died so long ago, see Christ at his second advent, 334.

Thyatira, meaning of, 359.

Two thrones occupied by Christ, 381.

Twelve tribes of Israel under the gospel, who, 446.

The 144,000, who, 447, 584; include all who die under third message, 634, note.

Trumpets, the seven, exposition of, 455-487.

Theodoric, the Ostrogoth, 464.

The open book, 488.

Two-horned beast symbol of America, 528.

The coming crisis, 561.

The Constitution violated, 574.

The danger threatened, 576.

Ten virgins, parable of, 593, 599.

The three messages cumulative, 619.

The relative "which" in Rev. 20:4, 693.

Two general resurrections, 693.

The sea no more, 703.

Third heaven, what, 703.

The Father's house, 704.

Tree of life illustrated, 717.

The general invitation, 722.

The French Revolution and our own times, Appendix I, 729.

UNTIL, singular use of the word, 31, explains use in Matt. 5:18.

Universal empire, meaning of, 45.

VISION, wonderful channel of, 221, 323.

Vision of Daniel 10, date of, 213.

Voice of the great words which the horn spake, 121; gives the beast to the burning flame, id.

Veni, vidi, vici, the occasion when written, 238.

WINDS and sea as symbols, explained, 114.

Weeks, the seventy, part of the 2300 days, 192; when to begin, 196; intermediate dates, 201-205; their termination, 207; genuineness of the reading, 2300 days, 207.

War between France, Egypt, and Turkey, 273.

White stone, custom of, 357.

Word of Christ's patience, what, 368.

White rainment, meaning of, 376.

Winds, holding of, fulfilled, 444.

Witnesses, the two, who, 497-505.

War in heaven, when, 513.

Wound, deadly, healed, 526.

"We grew into empire," 535.

Wine of Babylon, what, 608.

Waters, symbolic meaning of, 662.

XERXES, his mighty army, 223.

YEAR-DAY principle, 197, note.

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