When evildoers succeed and people keep turning from God, why does God wait so long to bring justice and revival? In this study, we see that the prophet Habakkuk, who began by sighing about God’s delays, ended up singing about God’s perfections. Alistair Begg considers how this servant of God found humility in his own human limitations—and how we too will never become triumphant in faith until we have first begun a life of faith.
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