|New International Version (© 2011)|
The tree you saw, which grew large and strong, with its top touching the sky, visible to the whole earth,
King James Bible
The tree that thou sawest, which grew, and was strong, whose height reached unto the heaven, and the sight thereof to all the earth;
American Standard Version
The tree that thou sawest, which grew, and was strong, whose height reached unto heaven, and the sight thereof to all the earth;
Young's Literal Translation
The tree that thou hast seen, that hath become great and strong, and its height doth reach to the heavens, and its vision to all the land,
Daniel 4:20 Additional TranslationsClarke's Commentary on the Bible
The tree that thou sawest - The dream is so fully interpreted in the following verses that it needs no comment.
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Daniel 4:10-12 Thus were the visions of my head in my bed; I saw, and behold a tree in the middle of the earth, and the height thereof was great...
Ezekiel 31:3,16 Behold, the Assyrian was a cedar in Lebanon with fair branches, and with a shadowing shroud, and of an high stature...
Daniel 4:20 Parallel CommentariesEarth End Great Grew Heaven Heavens Height Hight Large Reach Reached Sawest Sight Sky Stretching Strong Tall Thereof Top Touching Tree Visible Vision WholeEarth End Great Grew Heaven Heavens Height Hight Large Reach Reached Sawest Sight Sky Stretching Strong Tall Thereof Top Touching Tree Visible Vision WholeTHE HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®, NIV® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica®.
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Ezekiel 31:3 Consider Assyria, once a cedar in Lebanon, with beautiful branches overshadowing the forest; it towered on high, its top above the thick foliage.
Daniel 4:10 These are the visions I saw while lying in bed: I looked, and there before me stood a tree in the middle of the land. Its height was enormous.
Daniel 4:21 with beautiful leaves and abundant fruit, providing food for all, giving shelter to the wild animals, and having nesting places in its branches for the birds--