Apostle Reginald M. Graham explains the meaning behind King Nebuchadnezzar's dream as interpreted by Daniel. The King had threatened to kill all of his magicians, astrologers, and administration who had been unable to correctly interpret the dream that the king himself had forgotten. Fortunately, Daniel was visited by God who gave him a vision to go along with his God-given gift to interpret dreams. As such, Daniel was able to successfully interpret the king's dream. The iron and clay feet represent the Roman Empire and Roman Catholicism respectively. Although gold is the more precious and expensive metal among itself, silver, bronze, and iron, it is the weakest whereas iron is the strongest. Apostle Graham talks about how iron is the metaphorical representation of the Roman Empire, which still exists in the form of the clay- Roman Catholic Church. Clay is weak and is easy to crumble unlike iron. Despite history telling us that the Roman Empire was completely destroyed, it still exists and has done so for nearly 2500 years collectively. We also learn about Constantine's decree for the Sabbath day to be changed to Sunday in observance of the false Sun God. Anyone who refused to bow down to Constantine's order was to be put to death and made as sacrifices to the Sun God. Constantine himself was proclaimed by history to be a true Christian, but was in reality converted to Roman Catholicism. History has taught us many lies, but those who know the truth learn it from the word of God as well as doing research rather than believing the mere lies propagated by school systems, history books, and the like. Roman Catholicism is a corrupt system that is responsible for a lot of the Pagan practices that we see being accepted today such as holidays, laws, customs, and other worldly acts deeply rooted in sin. As always, we hope that you enjoyed this true word of God as brought to you by Apostle Graham. If you like, you can leave a comment below and/or contact Apostle Reginald M. Graham himself at (337) 401-0722. Thank you for watching and may God bless you!