In response to God’s words. Habakkuk begins his prayer-song to God while requesting that God would intervene in this troubled season of life. God’s people may pray for God to remember His covenant promises in the midst of turmoil and trust that God will bring salvation to them.
God’s fourth pronouncement of judgement serves as a warning to the depraved manipulator of people. God will bring judgment to those who abuse others and seek to glorify themselves. The Christian finds hope in God’s righteousness and salvation, and desires to serve and to help others in light of the Gospel.
God’s third pronouncement of judgement serves as a lesson for all. A life built on sin and vanity works against its created purpose. But a life built for the glory of God serves its created purpose and will be confirmed in the end when His glory is recognized.
God contrasts the life of the proud person with the life of the righteous. The righteous man’s faith in God functions as an anchor for his life even in the midst of the trials.
A believer’s response to God when He answer their cries.
What was the purpose of the Sabbath and the Lord’s Day?
This passage teaches us how to trust in God when these difficult questions are left unanswered.
The purpose of Habakkuk is to teach God’s people to embrace a faith that trusts in God in a time of injustice, questions, and confusion.
Paul concludes Ephesians with a call to serve together as a Gospel community