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The Taunt Song or Characteristics of the Unrighteous

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“Behold, his soul is puffed up. It is not upright within him, but the righteous shall live by his faith.” The righteous shall live by faith. This line from verse 4 of the 2nd chapter of Habakkuk in the old testament is repeated several times in the new testament…...

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Finding Joy in the Midst of Difficult Circumstances

If you've been a follower of Christ for some time, you may already feel like skipping this blog post, based on the title! Many sermons have been spoken on this topic and I'm sure we will continue to hear more throughout our walk.But it's an important idea when we are working through our current series, "The Message of Habakkuk: When Your Circumstances Challenge the Promise...

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It's Complicated

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In the last few weeks of The Message of Habakkuk, Pastor Armstrong has shared the transformative moment in Martin Luther's life where Habakkuk 2:4, "The righteous shall live by faith" opened his eyes for the first time to the true meaning of the Gospel. Without this revelation, the Protestant church as we know it today would not exist, and we could have still been slaves t...

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The Waiting is the Hardest (But Necessary) Part

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In 1981, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers came out with the song, "The Waiting is the Hardest Part" okay, I am showing my age here! I remember watching the video on that "new" music video channel called MTV!Tom Petty was right! It IS the hardest part at times during our faith walk. But it doesn't have to feel like it's hard, if we keep our focus on the Lord. Easier said th...

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Not Why, But WHO!

The story of Habakkuk is one that we can all resonate with. At any given point in one's faith walk, we are left asking the question, "Why?" Sometimes we receive an answer. Sometimes we don't. Sometimes, hindsight is 20/20 and we realize later how that problem, that time of suffering has later lead us to a path of blessing or peace.I can name numerous times in the past when...

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