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.
This passage teaches Christians about the proper principles that guide faithful Christian service.
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.
This passage provides Christians with the guidelines for proper gospel-centered service. Christians who aim to please God will remain focused on the four principles given in verses 6-8.
This passage provides Christians with clarity on the reality of apostasy. In understanding where, how, and why apostasy happens helps Christians protect the integrity of the local church.
In this passage, God gives an explanation for why people walk away from the faith (apostasy).
This passage provides the two foundational truths that bind Christians together in their service to the Lord. Christian service must be rooted in our shared Gospel behavior and Gospel beliefs
This passage provides the two foundational truths that bind Christians together in their service to the Lord. Christian service must be rooted in our shared Gospel behavior and Gospel beliefs.
This text provides churches with the criteria for choosing deacons. These qualifications reflect an individual’s character over their capability.