Habacuc. Daniel xiv, 32-38:
32. Now there was in Judea a prophet called Habacuc, and he had boiled
pottage, and had broken bread in a bowl: and was going into the field, to
carry it to the reapers.
33. And the angel of the Lord said to Habacuc: Carry the dinne which thou
hast into Babylon to Daniel, who is the lions' den.
34. And Habacuc said: Lord, I never saw Babylon, nor do I know the den.
35. And the angel of the Lord took him by the top of his head, and carried
him by the hair on his head, and set him in Babylon over the den in the
force of his spirit.
36. And Habacuc cried, saying: O Daniel, thou servant of God, take the
dinner that God hath sent thee.
37. And Daniel said: Thous hast remembered me, O God, and thou hast not
forsaken them that love thee.
38. And Daniel arose and ate. And the angel of the Lord presently set
Habacuc again in his own place.