Monthly Archives: August 2017

Habakkuk 3

Habakkuk 3  August 24, 2017 The burden of the prophet is overwhelming. To have a revelation of impending doom may seem as though it is a great privilege while in reality, it is a tremendous burden. In reading the 3rd … Continue reading

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Habakkuk 2

Habakkuk 2 August 23, 2017 The Lord’s response to Habakkuk reads like a piece of wisdom literature mixed with prophecy. The first issues addressed are those of folly. The Lord then used the issues of folly symbolically to bring a … Continue reading

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Haggai 2

Haggai 2 August 21, 2017 If a man does not want to succeed, there are many barriers at his disposal. Two of the most common barriers to succeeding or simply moving forward to accomplish great things are found in the … Continue reading

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Habakkuk 1

Habakkuk 1 August 22, 2017 Desperate situations call for strong responses. According to the Oracle of Habakkuk, the times in Israel were desperate. Wickedness was so prevalent that righteousness could be found only in the shadows. Justice was perverted because … Continue reading

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Haggai 1

Haggai  1 August 18, 2017 A reading of the prophets along with the narrative history books of the Old Testament can leave one wondering if anyone heard what they had to say. That may be one thing that makes the … Continue reading

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Nehemiah 13

Nehemiah 13 August 17, 2017 Nehemiah took leave from Jerusalem to return to Babylon just as he had promised the King. After a period of time, he returned to Jerusalem and found the people to have broken  the covenant document … Continue reading

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Nehemiah 12

Nehemiah 12 August 16, 2017 Can you imagine a celebration without music? Some years ago I heard Rick Warren, pastor of the 30,000 membership Saddle Back church of Orange County California, comment that if he were starting a church today, … Continue reading

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