What is King Nebuchadnezzar intending to communicate in this passage?  (4:1-3)  Why?

What is the dream that Nebuchadnezzar is having?  (4:10-17)

What is Daniel’s interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream?  (4:19-26)

How does Daniel exhort Nebuchadnezzar to respond, in light of this dream?  (4:27)

What eventually happens to Nebuchadnezzar?  (4:28-36)

Why does God drive Nebuchadnezzar out of his kingdom?  What is Nebuchadnezzar guilty of that would prompt a response like that?  What are some examples of that (those) sin(s) in Nebuchadnezzar’s life?

What does Nebuchadnezzar have to do before he can be restored to his kingship?  (4:25, 32)

Why do you think that God takes the sin of pride and self-exaltation so seriously?  Why is he so offended by it?

What are some consequences that we might experience in our lives (or that you might have experienced in your life) as a result the sin of pride?

What can we, as Christians today, be doing to fight against pride and cultivate humility in our lives?