Ever been in a situation where the solution to a problem seems worse than the problem you are trying to solve? Habakkuk finds himself in such a situation. The kingdom of Judah is becoming more and more depraved; Habakkuk cries out to the Lord to resolve this problem; God’s answer is to bring in the Babylonians (Chaldeans).
The book opens with the question, “O Lord, how long shall I cry, And You will not hear?” Have you ever felt like your prayers were not being answered? How does the Book of Habakkuk address this feeling?
How does the Book of Habakkuk address the age-old question, “If God is good, why is there so much evil?”
What are Habakkuk’s complaints against the behavior of Judah? How do we see these behaviors in our society?
Despite the book prophesizing the destruction of Judah by the Babylonians, Habakkuk concludes this book with a song of joy. How is he able to express joy in this situation, and how can we apply this attitude to our walk?
What is today's date? What are some highs and lows? How are you experiencing the presence of God? Who and what are you praying for?
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