The gang is here! Just in time to close out Habakkuk, and to discuss how one can rejoice in the Lord despite the worst of circumstances. Plus an announcement about the next series on Pilgrim Talk.
Preparing for the big finale of Habakkuk, a little review of the connectedness of the book. Focusing then on walking by faith in the promises of Jesus of His great victory over sin and the judgment he brings.
The gang is all here and they are discussing the end of Habakkuk 2. We look into this final woe and what it means when all the earth keeps silence.
Habakkuk gives another woe, this one about getting your neighbor drunk and uncovering his nakedness as well as the sentence that God will hand down for such behavior. How does this apply to us today? Take a listen and find out.
Is Habakkuk a doubt-filled believer? Is that even possible? What about those “evangelicals” claiming to be wrestling with God today? Are they like Habakkuk?
The group is back to discuss the third woe from Habakkuk chapter 2. As always this discussion can go anywhere!
Woe is us. The quest for security and the second woe of Habakkuk as Revs. Powell and Mosley join me for a good discussion that goes some different places.
As illness derails a group effort, the theme of “the just shall live by faith” is explored through the incident of Gideon. Walking by faith is closely related to knowing God is with us. Lord willing we can return to the Woes of Habakkuk next time. Until then enjoy!
The Lord’s answer to Habakkuk continues in chapter 2. The discussion begins on the first woe given by God. The discussion ranges from translation issues to capitalism and to the gospel. Enjoy.
The gang discusses Habakkuk 2:1-5, which is the beginning of God’s second answer to Habakkuk. It includes the much quoted 2:4 “the just shall live by faith”. Take a listen to Revs. Powell and Mosley discuss this topic. And we actually end up with three different ideas in a rather surprising place.