The prophet grapples with the “mysteries of Providence,” and the age-old dilemma of reconciling the presence of evil with the existence of a good and all-powerful God. This is called “theodicy,” the “vindication of the justice and goodness of God in spite of the existence of evil in the world” (Webster’s Dictionary). Habakkuk clearly declares that the ultimate resolution of the dilemma is found only by a living faith (Hab 2:4) in a loving God (Hab 3:13).

This book contains the notes from the Orange County, California Bible conference held in August 2010.

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Habukkuk – The Just Shall Live by Faith – Glendale, AZ 2010

Gene Cunningham - August 26, 2010

Habakkuk Overview

Habakkuk Overview



 The handout notes for the series are . Habakkuk is crucial to understanding in the day we live. Hab 2:4 says "the just shall live by faith". Gal 3:11 quotes Hab 2:4 explains "the just" — faith alone in Christ alone — law cannot save. The "just" is one who trusted in the merit and work of Jesus Christ. "Shall live"  in Rom 1:16-17 quotes Hab 2:4 but elaborates in chapter 6. "By faith" is quoted and explained in Heb 10:38-39. Hebrews 11 is the "by faith" chapter. Habakkuk is reeling from realizing his nation will be destroyed (Hab 3:16). Faith is designed for conflict. 





Conference notes for this series can be found [HERE

Scripture References: Habakkuk 2:4, Habakkuk 3:16, Hebrews 10:38-39, Habakkuk 2:4, Romans 1:16-17, Habakkuk 2:4, Galatians 3:11

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This series was started at Westside Bible Church in Glendale AZ and completed at the California Conference 2010. The handout notes for the series areavailable.

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