Habakkuk: Faith Enduring Calamity

The nation of Judah has degenerated into spiritual and moral chaos, but when God's prophet pleads with him to act, the cure seems worse than the disease. How can we continue to trust God when all seems to be going wrong, when he is silent, or when we cannot understand his ways? The book of Habakkuk wrestles with these issues with supreme realism, fighting its way through to a deep and triumphant faith in a God who can always be trusted. Along the way, Habakkuk gives to us one particular statement which has changed the world like almost no other statement in history.