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See Daniel. (Point to Daniel.) Daniel is a brave man. Daniel is God’s friend. Daniel is the king’s friend, too. See Daniel’s house. (Point to Daniel’s house.) See Daniel’s window. (Point to the window.) Daniel prays there three times every day.

See Daniel. (Point to Daniel.) Daniel is a brave man. Daniel is God’s friend. Daniel is the king’s friend, too. See Daniel’s house. (Point to Daniel’s house.) See Daniel’s window. (Point to the window.) Daniel prays there three times every day.

Daniel is a brave man. Daniel is God’s friend. Every morning Daniel talks to God. Daniel is praying. Daniel says, “I love You, God.” Some bad men want to hurt Daniel. They ask the king to make a new law. The law will say that people who pray to God will be thrown to the lions.

Daniel is a brave man. Daniel is God’s friend. Every morning Daniel talks to God. Daniel is praying. Daniel says, “I love You, God.” Some bad men want to hurt Daniel. They ask the king to make a new law. The law will say that people who pray to God will be thrown to the lions.

At noon Daniel kneels by the window. Daniel talks to God. Daniel is praying. At night Daniel kneels by his bed. Daniel talks to God. Daniel is praying. Daniel is not afraid to pray. He prays one, two, three times a day. (Count on your child’s fingers.) Some bad men see Daniel pray. “We will tell the king,” they say. “The king will have to put Daniel in the lions’ den.”

At noon Daniel kneels by the window. Daniel talks to God. Daniel is praying. At night Daniel kneels by his bed. Daniel talks to God. Daniel is praying. Daniel is not afraid to pray. He prays one, two, three times a day. (Count on your child’s fingers.) Some bad men see Daniel pray. “We will tell the king,” they say. “The king will have to put Daniel in the lions’ den.”

Daniel prays to God in heaven three times a day,” the bad men say. “He must be put in the lions’ den.” “Daniel is my friend,” says the king. “I do not want to hurt him. But I must do what the law says. Daniel’s God will take care of him.”

Daniel prays to God in heaven three times a day,” the bad men say. “He must be put in the lions’ den.” “Daniel is my friend,” says the king. “I do not want to hurt him. But I must do what the law says. Daniel’s God will take care of him.”

The bad men take Daniel to the lions’ den. Grrrr! Roar! (Roar.) The lions are hungry. Grrr! Roar! (Roar.) Daniel is not afraid. His angel is there. The angel will shut the lions’ mouths. (Show your closed mouth trying to roar.)

The bad men take Daniel to the lions’ den. Grrrr! Roar! (Roar.) The lions are hungry. Grrr! Roar! (Roar.) Daniel is not afraid. His angel is there. The angel will shut the lions’ mouths. (Show your closed mouth trying to roar.)

Get up, Daniel. It is morning. Time to pray. Daniel prays to God. (Clasp hands; close eyes.) “Dear God, thank You for sending Your angel. Thank You for taking good care of me. I love You, God. Amen.”

Get up, Daniel. It is morning. Time to pray. Daniel prays to God. (Clasp hands; close eyes.) “Dear God, thank You for sending Your angel. Thank You for taking good care of me. I love You, God. Amen.”

The good king calls, “Daniel, did your God take care of you? Did the lions hurt you?” (To child.) Did the lions hurt Daniel? No! (Shake head.) “O, King! My God sent an angel to shut the lions’ mouths. God saved me!” God sends His angels to watch over us, too. Let’s thank Him for angels. (Pray a simple prayer.)

The good king calls, “Daniel, did your God take care of you? Did the lions hurt you?” (To child.) Did the lions hurt Daniel? No! (Shake head.) “O, King! My God sent an angel to shut the lions’ mouths. God saved me!” God sends His angels to watch over us, too. Let’s thank Him for angels. (Pray a simple prayer.)