Analysis Of The Book ' Habakkuk '

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Book of Habakkuk 1. Doubting in the midst of ignorance about God and concern for others. (1:1-4) 2. The Lord reassures Habakkuk (1:5-11) 3. Habakkuk reacts to what God has spoken and questions again (1:12-2:1) 4. God answers with instructions and affirmation (2:2-20) 5. Habakkuk prays a prayer of the truths that have been spoken by God (3:1-19) 1. Doubting in the midst of ignorance about God and concern for others. (1:1-4) 1.1 Introduction to book. (1:1) 1.2 Asking God questions (1:2-3) 1.3 Habakkuk speaks of how the wicked are in control. (1:4) 2. The Lord reassures Habakkuk (1:5-11) 2.1 The Lord gives perspective (1:5-6) 2.2 He speaks of the evil that dwells (1:7-9) 2.3 The evil men make themselves into God’s (1:10-11) 3. Habakkuk reacts to what God has spoken and questions again (1:12-2:1) 3.1 Habakkuk expects it to be his timing (1:12-13) 3.2 He contrasts the evil that is happening, to God (1:14-17) 3.2.1 He illustrates evil through fish (1:14-15) 3.2.2 God’s sacrificial love. (1:16-17) 3.3 He awaits the Lord’s response (2:1) 4. God answers with instructions and affirmation (2:2-20) 4.1 Habakkuk writes the way of righteous living (2:2-5) 4.2 Woe to the evil ones (2:6-15) 4.2.1 Condemnation of what the evil have done (2:6-11) 4.2.2 Woe to those who murder (2:12-15) 4.3 Judgement will come (2:16-20) 4.3.1 Comparison between righteous and unrighteous. (2:16-17) 4.3.2 Reaffirmation of the Lord. (2:18-20) 5. Habakkuk prays a prayer of the truths that

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