From just before the time of Ezekiel and for a very long time thereafter, his fellow-exile Daniel began to prophesy. He did so in Babylon, from about 604 and until approximately 536 B.C. Very significantly, his predictions largely focussed on the then-future advent of Christ’s Kingdom — at the time of His Incarnation and thereafter.
In the first of these prophecies, the Lord revealed to the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar that God Himself ” removes kings and sets up kings.” For the king had received a dream about a huge statue of a man with a golden head and a silver thorax and a brass abdomen and iron legs. But then, in the dream, after a rolling stone had come and hit and destroyed the statue — it then itself went on to become a great Mountain which finally filled the Earth.