The gift of interpreting dreams God blessed Daniel with the gift of interpreting dreams, and he rose to leadership positions within the Babylonian and Persian governments. In many ways his life was similar to the life of Joseph, who was sold into Egypt. (See Bible Dictionary, “Daniel.”)
Why did the wise men gift frankincense?
The frankincense represents Jesus' deity. In the Old Testament, frankincense was traditionally burned in the temple as an offering to God (Leviticus 2:2). By bringing this gift, the Magi affirmed Jesus was no ordinary man; he is both fully man and fully God.
What are the 3 incense given to Jesus?
What did Jesus do with his gold, frankincense and myrrh - surely very valuable gifts that would have set him up for life?
What is the significance of gold myrrh and incense?
Each of these precious gifts has a symbolic meaning. Frankincense was used for worship in the Temple; it is symbolic of Christ the High Priest. Gold is symbolic of Christ the King. Myrrh a perfume, was used to anoint dead bodies, it is symbolic of His death for the sake of truth, and therefore of Christ the Prophet.
What spiritual gift did Daniel have?
Of interpreting dreams and visions The Lord blessed him with the gift of interpreting dreams and visions. This endowment soon made him an object of greater attention from the emperor, and he was raised to positions that enabled him to spend his life in service to the kings of the land.
What is the most important part of the gift of magi?
The main theme of The Gift of the Magi is love. Della and Jim love each other so much that they sacrifice their most prized possessions in order to give each other a Christmas gift.