The Hand that Moves the World (Spanish)

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The Book of Daniel is one of the most spectacular in the Bible. It tells the tragic story of Hebrew youths who, while taken into captivity in Babylon, stand and serve God faithfully. It also contains some of the most breathtaking revelations in all of history, right up to the very end of times. However, it can be one of the most difficult books to understand, filled with apocalyptic and cryptic images that seem straight out of a science fiction story.

In this book, the author aims to bring the impactful message of Daniel closer to a world that desperately needs it, like ours. With approachable and simple language and style, this book builds a bridge over the great gap that separates us from Daniel’s time and encourages us to take a look at the overwhelming reality it reveals. In a time when great political and economic powers maneuver to fight against our Lord and His kingdom, we can have our gaze and our trust must keep our eyes upon and keep our trust firmly placed in The Hand that Moves the World, while we seek to be faithful subjects of His precious kingdom.


Miguel Ángel Pozo (MDiv)
Miguel Ángel Pozo (MDiv)

He obtained a degree in pastoral theology from the Seminario Europeo de Formación Teológica y Evangelización (SEFOVAN) in Madrid and a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of “Roses for Ashes” and currently serves as pastor at the Iglesia Evangélica Bautista of Alcalá de Henares and as a professor at the Seminario Bíblico Bautista Español (SBBE).

Product details

Item number EB-701
Format Paperback
Number of pages 322
Dimensions 6" x 9"
ISBN 978-1-959799-58-0