Zephaniah 1:12-2:2

A warning against "the great day of the Lord," when God finally steps in and has to chastise his errant ones. It is Zephaniah's desperate, last-ditch effort to get his people to repent.

Zephaniah 1:4-12

One of the problems with old Judah was that they rejected the God who had revealed himself to them and provided for them supernaturally, and began worshiping other Gods including Baal worship.

Zephaniah 1:2-5

It's hard to think of God's judgment as being an act of love, but a loving doctor wields the scalpel. The more severe the sickness, the more stringent must be the cure.

Zephaniah 1:1

This minor prophet's message was the "dark side of love;" to warn his beloved people in old Judah that if they did not repent of their open rebellion against God, their nation would be destroyed including the city of Jerusalem.

Habakkuk 3:7-19

A study on Biblical covenants, and the final prayer from Habakkuk that God would rescue his people. Yet, he concludes that he will continue to be joyful in God even if everything turns bad for him.

Habakkuk 3:1-6

The distressed and depressed prophet pulls himself out of the dumps, by remembering God's faithfulness, mercy, and dependability.

Habakkuk 2:12-20

The prophet pronounces some very hard woes against the drunkards and the violent idolaters of old Babylon. What gods do WE worship today?

Habakkuk 2:4-12

The prophet lists five kinds of sins of the old kingdom of Babylon, the kingdom of the Chaldeans, which was going to be judged for their mistreatment of old Israel.

Habakkuk 2:4

God's great principle of the ages revealed to Habakkuk: he who walks lifted up in pride is not upright before God, but... "The Just Shall Live by Faith!"

Habakkuk 1:12-2:3

This minor prophet wondered why God wasn't doing anything about sin. God's answer was not what Habakkuk expected; he was working out His own purposes behind the scenes.

Habakkuk 1:12-17

Sometimes God chastises his people who sin, using nations who are even worse sinners. Why doesn't God judge the wicked? Maybe it's to give them more time to repent.

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