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The Prayer of Azariah and the Song of the Three Holy Children, omitted from Protestant Bibles as an apocryphal addition, is a lengthy passage Daniel 3, that would come between verses 23 and 24 in Protestant Bibles. This addition contains the prayer of Azariah (Abednego in Babylonian; see Daniel 1:6-7) while the three youths were in the fiery furnace, a brief account of the angel who met them in the furnace, and the hymn of praise they sang when they realized they were delivered.
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These sections are retained in the Septuagint and in the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Biblical canon; the "Song of the Three Holy Youths" is part of the hymn called a canon sung during the Matins and other services in Orthodoxy; and it can be found in the Church of England Book of Common Prayer as the canticle the Benedicite.
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