The Handwriting Upon the Wall | Daniel perek 5
- 33 min 48 sec
References: Megilla: 12
Belshatzar's rise and rapid fall. Analyzing his drunken seuda, the arrogance, the geopolitics, the klei mikdash, the guests, the miraculous fingers and the well-lit writing upon the plastered wall, the appearance of the queen (mother), the return of Daniel, his mussar and his message, and the sudden death of the emperor and the empire.
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