God’s Truth-Tellers – Daniel (Trinity Season)

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Daniel is one in a series about prophets  — God’s truth-tellers- as we call them.  These songs are for children, either in Vacation Bible School, Church School or with a children’s story in church. We developed a course about these prophets for adults. Daniel lives in exile in a foreign country.  He is trained to work in that nation’s  government.  But he and his friends maintain their faith, and because of it, risk their lives.  Later, he interprets the king’s dream and is given a high office.  The book of Daniel is known also for its predictions about the distant future.

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Window:  Picture of Daniel in the Lion’s Den Credit: Sweet Publishing Company

Music and Score Samples:

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Biblical sources: Book of Daniel  (See illustrations of Daniel below, ©Copyright Sweet Publishing Company)


Alternate tune: JACOB’S LADDER


Hymn content:  4 verses and refrain

Hymn arrangement:  SATB, piano, organ or guitar plus tambourine, with optional descant

Sample text:  Refrain and Verse 1

Please God, make us your truth-tellers.
Striving always, we’ll have no shame.
Like the prophets who spread your name,
Let us do the same.

Verse 1 (God chooses prophets for special missions — Chapter 1)
God chose Daniel as a prophet.
To this exile, God said, “Don’t sit!”            [spoken or shouted by children!]
“Time now, King’s man, go share my plan.”
God’s truth will be grand.

Daniel and Friends
Daniel in Lion's DenLeft Picture: Daniel and friends refusing to eat food they considered unclean; Right Picture: Daniel in the Lion’s Den.
Key Words:  Bible, children, Christian education, Vacation Bible School, justice, nation, prophets, Trinity Season, discipleship, faith, social actin, military/troops, Judges
Collection(s):  Truth-tellers, Social Justice
Credits: The illustrations of Daniel is © Sweet Publishing and has been made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. More of their illustrations are available at their website: http://sweetpublishing.com.

©Copyright 2013, 2016 by Charles R. Kniker and Lynn J. Zeigler.  Not to be copied or distributed without written permission.

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