Captain Shadrach's bald spot blazed a fiery red and he glared about him helplessly.
"Perhaps he can hear us, Shadrach," suggested his companion, mildly.
Shadrach was a good and honest man, and he had been faithful to her in heart and in deed.
Shadrach's mouth opened and closed several times, but he said nothing.
"I'm 'fraid one of us had ought to stayed in the store, Shadrach," he said.
"Don't seem to be in that room she was talkin' about," grumbled Shadrach.
The Commissioner again held that the returns on the warrant were prima facie evidence that the man arrested was the said Shadrach.
Captain Shadrach and I was goin' to bed and we looked in to see if you was all right, that's all.
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego felt no pain in the fiery furnace.
"I don't see what the time's got to do with it," put in Shadrach.
name of one of the three children delivered from the "fiery furnace" in Dan. iii:26.
Aku's command, the Chaldean name given to Hananiah, one of the Hebrew youths whom Nebuchadnezzar carried captive to Babylon (Dan. 1:6, 7; 3:12-30). He and his two companions refused to bow down before the image which Nebuchadnezzar had set up on the plains of Dura. Their conduct filled the king with the greatest fury, and he commanded them to be cast into the burning fiery furnace. Here, amid the fiery flames, they were miraculously preserved from harm. Over them the fire had no power, "neither was a hair of their head singed, neither had the smell of fire passed on them." Thus Nebuchadnezzar learned the greatness of the God of Israel. (See ABEDNEGO.)