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  • Watching For The Word

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 15, 2019
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,585 views

    Wait patiently, it will come to pass

    WATCHING FOR THE WORD Habakkuk 1:1-2:4 This is the oracle or “burden” which Habakkuk the prophet did “see” (Habakkuk 1:1). So, right from the top, we understand that the prophet’s patient waiting of Habakkuk 2:1 paid off. When Habakkuk speaks of his message as a burden, it is to convey ...read more

  • Habakkuk Part Three Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Sep 24, 2018
     | 2,221 views

    This is the third sermon in a series on the Book of Habakkuk. In this sermon we look at how God moves us to pray, and how when we do pray, we have to align our will with the Lord's

    Habakkuk (Pt. 3) Text: Habakkuk 1:12 – 2:1 Well if you’ve been with us the last few weeks you know that we’ve been looking at the Book of Habakkuk, and we’ve been talking about how this man – Habakkuk… who was a profit in Judah, was burdened by the sin he was seeing around him. He began praying, ...read more

  • A Conversation With God Series

    Contributed by David Nolte on Aug 3, 2018
     | 8,007 views

    Habakkuk wonders why God is slow in answering his prayers and why He delays in punishing Judah's evil. He is surprised that God will use the even more wicked Chaldeans as His rod of punishment.

    Otab so“A Conversation With God!” Habakkuk 1-3 David P. Nolte Please turn in your Bible to the book of Habakkuk. Habakkuk was one of the Minor Prophets of which there were 12 in number. They not called Minor because they’re under 21. They’re not called Minor because ...read more

  • The Just Shall Live By Faith!

    Contributed by Mark H. Stevens Thd on Apr 9, 2018
    based on 1 rating
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    Don't fret or worry about the trials of life, people that live for God WILL have tribulation....but we live by FAITH!

    Habakkuk 1:2 "O LORD, how long shall I cry, and thou wilt not hear! [even] cry out unto thee [of] violence, and thou wilt not save!" This is a plea to God to hear his prayers. He sees the injustice around him, and does not understand why God is not punishing those involved. We have all, ...read more

  • A Call For Justice

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jan 17, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,025 views

    Be careful what you ask for when you make a complaint to God. Sometimes God delays bringing justice to the world because the price is so high. Sometimes justice is brought about by unjust people. Be prepared to let God decide when's the right time to act.

    The cry for justice is a common occurrence in our world isn't it? Injustice takes place at all sorts of levels and we wonder, why does God allow it? It's like what we saw in Psalm 73 a few weeks ago. Why do the wicked prosper? Why do the powerful get away with taking advantage of the weak and ...read more

  • Why Doesn't God Seem Fair? Series

    Contributed by Ken Ritz on Mar 1, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 9,903 views

    Part 1 of series on Habakkuk

  • An Overview Of The Book Of Habakkuk

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 17, 2013
    based on 11 ratings
     | 5,384 views

    The LORD gives us 'strength for today, and bright hope for tomorrow'.

    AN OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK OF HABAKKUK Habakkuk 1-3 Habakkuk 1 – THE BURDEN Habakkuk 1:1. When Habakkuk speaks of his message as a burden, it is to convey something of its weightiness. No prophet should take God's words upon his lips lightly; but neither are those who are truly called to ...read more

  • Habakkuk Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Joe Mack Cherry on Apr 26, 2012
     | 3,736 views

    A look at God's hand on the paddle; those He loves He chastens.

    Habakkuk Part 1 I. Background A. The Man 1. Not much documented facts concerning Habakkuk. 2. His name means “embrace” or “ardent embrace” a. Appropriate in light of 3:16. b. Habakkuk determines to hold on to God even in punishment. c. He ...read more

  • Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Apr 15, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,736 views

    Habakkuk (along with Job and Gideon) struggled with the question of why God allows His people to suffer. God answered Habakkuk, the subject of this sermon.

    Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People? Chuck Sligh January 17, 2010 TEXT: Turn to Habakkuk 1 (the fifth to the last book in the Old Testament) INTRODUCTION Illus. – There was a couple in the church I pastored in Wiesbaden, Germany. They were faithful to the Lord; faithful to services of ...read more

  • Life Like Habakkuk (Sermon From 12-27-09) Series

    Contributed by Willie Hoffmann on Jun 22, 2010
     | 3,643 views

    life of Habakkuk

    Have you ever asked yourself the question; Why doesn’t God seem fair? It’s a fair question, I mean we hear things on the news like a drunk driver kills a family of four coming home from a Christmas eve service. Or how a woman can jump from bed to bed and have abortion after abortion ...read more

  • Perplexing Problems Of Sovereignty Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Mar 1, 2009
    based on 47 ratings
     | 24,742 views

    After acknowledging God’s ultimate justice the prophet humbly asked in worship the hard issue of how the wicked could be used to punish those less evil than themselves (CIT). He said this apparent moral contradiction needed further clarification from God

    Habakkuk 1:12-2:1 PERPLEXING PROBLEMS WITH SOVEREIGNTY [1 Chronicles 29: 11 & 12] Habakkuk is a profound book that delves deeply into the mysteries of God. This passage is Habakkuk’s response to the preceding divine revelation concerning God’s future plans to bring about correction. God’s ...read more

  • Contrasting God And Man - Pt 2 Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Nov 18, 2008
     | 1,814 views

    This message majors on the "Accurate View of Mankind"

    Contrasting God and Man – Pt 2 Habakkuk 1:12-17 * If I could have one wish at this point in my life, I would wish that I go back in my life and began to serious study God’s word as a young man. There is an old gospel song entitled, “Wasted Years” which expresses my sentiments in this regard. ...read more

  • Contrasting God And Man – Pt 1 Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Nov 18, 2008
     | 1,954 views

    This message gives us an "Appropriate View of God"

    Contrasting God and Man – Pt 1 Habakkuk 1:12-17 * It’s the fall of the year. It’s a beautiful time. Many things show evidence of the season we are in; the weather has cooled off, vegetation is in a different status of growth or death, the colors of the leaves are changing, and much more can be ...read more

  • Aren't You God?

    Contributed by Aaron Kilbourn on Sep 9, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,594 views

    Along with the beautiful promises of God is the conditional clause of severe discipline if we break His commands and His laws.

    In 1969, in Pass Christian, Mississippi, a group of people were preparing to have a "hurricane party" in the face of a storm named Camille. Were they ignorant of the dangers? Could they have been overconfident? Did they let their egos and pride influence their decision? We will never know. What ...read more

  • The Book Iof Habakkuk

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Apr 11, 2007
     | 1,070 views

    Dieu a commissionné Habakuk, un contemporain de Jérémie et d’Ezéchiel, pour diriger dans des époques troublés. Son nom signifie "embrasser" ou "étreinte ardente", et il a gagné ce titre en luttant avec Dieu au début de ce livre et en développant une profo

    Quelques explications sur le livre d’Habakuk "Comment s’occuper des gens avec aucune réponses facile" Dieu a commissionné Habakuk, un contemporain de Jérémie et d’Ezéchiel, pour diriger dans des époques troublés. Son nom signifie "embrasser" ou "étreinte ardente", et il a gagné ce titre en ...read more