Daniel 8 is a chapter that speaks of a vision that Daniel had of a ram and a goat. The ram is described as having two horns, one of which is higher than the other. The goat is described as having a notable horn between its eyes. The ram and the goat battle each other, with the goat eventually prevailing over the ram.
This vision is interpreted by an angel as a representation of two kingdoms. The ram is said to represent the kingdom of Media and Persia, while the goat is said to represent the kingdom of Greece. The notable horn on the goat is said to represent the first king of Greece, Alexander the Great. The angel goes on to explain that the kingdom of Greece will eventually be divided into four parts, each ruled by a different king.
This vision is significant because it foretells the rise and fall of the great empires of the ancient world. It also serves as a reminder of the power of God, who is able to see the future and reveal it to his people. This chapter is a reminder that God is in control of all things, and that his plans will ultimately prevail.