The story goes that one day Belshazzar, son of Nebuchadnezzar and king of Babylon, was having a rocking party in his palace with 1,000 of his closest “friends”. Wine of the highest quality was flowing freely and Belshazzar decided to bring the finest wine glasses of the kingdom. These happened to be the gold cups taken by his father from the Temple, the house of God in Jerusalem.
And while they were celebrating and praised the “gods of gold, silver, bronze and iron, the king saw a human hand appear and began writing something on a lamp-illuminated whitewashed wall of the palace. No doubt that when the king saw the disembodied hand writing away he was creep out because the Bible tell us that “he went white as a ghost, scared out of his wits. His legs went limp and his knees knocked.” (Daniel 5:6) - Read More -