The king presumes that the three Jews will bow down before the golden image rather than be thrown in a fiery furnace. They don’t and are thrown in. The three do not presume to know whether God will save them but they believe He has the power to save them. Outraged, the king turns up the heat. But, they are not consumed. The king sees the three unharmed and one like “a son of God” to protect them. He lets them go and praises the God of the three Jews who could instil such faith and courage in them. Does God instill faith and courage in you?