Sometimes we see bad people prosper, and good people suffer or get treated unjustly. We see war and injustice, natural disaster. At times, we can even find ourselves on the receiving end of wave after wave of unexplainable tragedy — events that are so traumatic we can’t help but to say, “God, you’re not making any sense.”
In the book of Habakkuk, we find a prophet who openly questions the wisdom of God. He turns to God with the hard questions he faces as his nation is being scattered and broken.
As the dialogue between God and Habakkuk unfolds, we’re shown what it looks like to hold on in the midst of chaos. By the end of the book, Habakkuk is a changed person—he has learned to wait and trust in God, who works out all things for His glory.
Discover how an Old Testament prophet can inspire a modern-day faith in God’s promises.
- Sept. 7: Why Ask Why? (Habakkuk 1:1-11)
- Sept. 14: Wait for It! (Habakkuk 1:12-2:3)
- Sept. 21: What Goes Around Comes Around (Habakkuk 2:5-20)
- Sept. 28: From Protest to Praise (Habakkuk 3:1-19)
- Oct. 5: We Choose to Live by Faith (Habakkuk 2:4)