Category Archives: Habukkuk Commentary

Bible study through the book of Habukkuk

Believer’s Faith

Hab 3:19 God, the Lord, is my strength; he makes my feet like the deer’s; he makes me tread on my high places. To the choirmaster: with stringed instruments. Habakkuk concludes his psalm and his book with a statement of faith … Continue reading

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Believer’s Joy

Hab 3:17-18 Though the fig tree should not blossom, nor fruit be on the vines, the produce of the olive fail and the fields yield no food, the flock be cut off from the fold and there be no herd in … Continue reading

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Believer’s Humility

Hab 3:16 I hear, and my body trembles; my lips quiver at the sound; rottenness enters into my bones; my legs tremble beneath me. Yet I will quietly wait for the day of trouble to come upon people who invade us. … Continue reading

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God’s Fury & Justice

Hab 3:12-15 You marched through the earth in fury; you threshed the nations in anger. You went out for the salvation of your people, for the salvation of your anointed. You crushed the head of the house of the wicked, laying … Continue reading

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God as a Warrior

Hab 3:9-11 You stripped the sheath from your bow, calling for many arrows. Selah. You split the earth with rivers. The mountains saw you and writhed; the raging waters swept on; the deep gave forth its voice; it lifted its hands on … Continue reading

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God’s Wrath

Hab 3:8 Was your wrath against the rivers, O Lord? Was your anger against the rivers, or your indignation against the sea, when you rode on your horses, on your chariot of salvation? With this verse Habakkuk transitions from talking about … Continue reading

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God Sees

Hab 3:6-7 He stood and measured the earth; he looked and shook the nations; then the eternal mountains were scattered; the everlasting hills sank low. His were the everlasting ways. I saw the tents of Cushan in affliction; the curtains of … Continue reading

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