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   The Book of Habakkuk
   Habakkuk
Sunday School,  October 9, 2016
 
Habakkuk was a prophet who ministered toward the end of the seventh century BC, about the same time that Babylon was gearing up to be the dominant power in the Near East. The key text is quoted three times in the New Testament - "The just shall live by faith" (2:4). Habakkuk complained to God about the lurking danger of the Babylonians only to recognize that God was fully in control and that he needed to trust Him. It is God's will that the believer live by faith recognizing that God's way is perfect regardless of how terrible things seem to be. What seemed apparent to Habakkuk was based on the "now" instead of the eternal. A life of faith always keeps eternity in view.

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   When Things Get Worse
   Habakkuk 1 - 3
Sunday Morning Service,  October 25, 2015
 
We’re a culture reared on Fairy Tales. We love happy endings. And we rejoice as believers in Christ that our own, eternal story has the happiest ending of all! But before the ending, all of those characters in all of those stories did not know how their situations would turn out. In fact, oftentimes things got worse before they got better. In the real story of God’s salvation, Habakkuk finds himself in such a time. And he shows us how to live as God’s people when things get worse, by committing ourselves by faith to three decisions.

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   The Problem of Evil
   1 Peter 3:15; Habakkuk 1:1-3; Isaiah 55:8-9
Sunday School,  November 11, 2012
 
“If God really exists, then why is there so much evil and suffering in the world?” This is a common objection to a biblical worldview. People will point to horrifying wickedness, universal suffering, deadly disease, and natural disasters as sufficient evidence that either God does not exist, or if he exists he does not care. What is the believer’s response to such a challenge (1 Peter 3:15)?

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   The Life of Faith
   Habakkuk
Sunday School,  March 25, 2012
It's okay to question God as long as your heart is humble. Growing in faith makes your "feet like hind's feet."

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   The Book of Habakkuk
   Habakkuk
Sunday School,  May 6, 2007
Habakkuk has a burden. God tells him what He will do and Habakkuk is wondering how God could punish Judah with a nation even more wicked. Habakkuk gets to know his God in such a way that he can rejoice in Him no matter if all else is taken away.

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