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  • Joyful Setback Habakkuk 3:16-19.  How do you keep the big picture in view despite all the setback in life?  How do you respond when things go bad?  Is there anything you can resolve to do in the midst of setback?  In this final part of Habakkuk’s prayer, we get the answer to those perplexing questions… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • In Awe Of Your Deeds Habakkuk 3:3-16.  The loss of awe results from the lack of memory.  That God would even think of us.  That He would fight for us.  Even more so, that He would redeem us.  Have you ever thought that things were over?  With your marriage?  With your career?  When your health fails?  Here, we find God’s prophet recounting God’s great rescues and His grace… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Renew Them In Our Day Habakkuk 3:1-2.  When did you stop standing in awe of God?  The pain in pondering?  The rainbow of emotions?  Looking for hope and change in the most common of places?  Here, God’s prophet stands in awe of His awesome deeds and request for them to be renewed in our day… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Let All The Earth Keep Silent Habakkuk 2:15-20. God does not require us to understand all He does in this life.  Some things are best met with silence.  God’s answer to Habakkuk requires no rebuttal and His prophet has no further questions.  Some things just simply shut our mouths.  The atrocities of this world are within God’s sovereign control.  And sometimes, that is all we have.  Yet, in the midst of such times, God can give us a tranquil mind by learning to lean on His grace and mercy… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • What Goes Around, Comes Around Habakkuk 2:5-14.  Often God uses hardship to discipline and strengthen His people.  We get that.  But often we question both the process and the people He may use to achieve His purposes for our lives.  You may even wonder, “When do they get their due?  Does God really care or see what is happening to me at the hands of evil people?”  In these verses, Habakkuk receives God answer… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • The Hole In The Drum Habakkuk 2:4.  Self-deception is ultimately a denial of God.  For it is only by knowing and serving Him that we are able to truly understand ourselves.  Pride is the most destructive thing which will keep you from being right with God.  Here, God teaches us through His prophet that, “The righteous will live by… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Though It Linger Habakkuk 2:2-4.  Waiting upon God to answer a prayer is one of the most difficult things we are asked to do.  Here, we find God’s prophet encouraged that even though it may linger, he can be sure that the answer is coming… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • When Faith Is Perplexed Habakkuk 1:12-2:1.  John Calvin suggests that when Habakkuk was praying to God, he was essentially saying; “I am distracted, confounded, and bound by great perplexities; O Lord unfold these knots for me!”  What is the Christian to do when faith is perplexed?… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • A Relentless Pursuer Habakkuk 1:5-11.  God is a relentless pursuer and He will use all means at His sovereign disposal to bring us to Himself, regardless of how obstinate we may be… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • But For Grace Habakkuk 1:1-4.  The greatest enemy to the cause of Christ in this world, is Christians who play the peacock… Podcast: Play in new window | Download
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