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    THE FOUR BEASTS OF DANIEL VII

    At the right of the image stands a line of beasts, a lion, a bear, leopard, and nondescript beast in two forms, representing another vision. A view of these beasts was given to Daniel in vision, as recorded in chapter 7, of his prophecy. In verse 17, these beasts are declared to be four kings or kingdoms. The manner of their rise, Daniel describes in verse 2, thus: I saw in my vision by night, and, behold, the four winds of the heaven strove upon the great sea, and four great beasts came up, diverse one from another. Seas denote nations and peoples. Revelation 17:15. Wind denotes war and strife. Hence these kingdoms rose and fell through revolutions and political strife.KPC 12.2

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