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When God Seems Confusing (Habakkuk 2:2-20)

In the book of Habakkuk, the prophet Habakkuk begins by complaining and questioning God who seems to be silent and unconcerned for his people. Yet, as God reveals his divine work, Habakkuk must let go of his own expectations and wait patiently for God to fulfill his divine purposes in his timing and ways. In the end, Habakkuk’s complaint gives way to a beautiful trust in God that is not based upon the prophet’s circumstances.


If you are going through a season of life where God has seemed silent - or you know someone else who is, I think you're going to find this series really helpful.