In the first four verses of the book of Habakkuk we were introduced to the prophet who does not understand what is going on around him. He cries out to the Lord wanting to know how long will he keep crying out to God and God does not act. He cries out to God why there is injustice and destruction and God does nothing about it. Habakkuk is perplexed at God because of the moral condition of the nation and why God does not intervene. In verses 5-11 God responds to Habakkuk’s complaint.
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