Sermons

Justice for All

Sun, Apr 14, 2013
Duration:55 mins
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I will take my stand at my watch post and station myself on the tower, and look out to see what he will say to me, and what I will answer concerning my complaint. (Habakkuk 2:1 ESV) Habakkuk was captured by the question, "Why?" It rattled in his head like an unforgettable tune. But when God answered the question, it didn't provide clarity, only cloudiness and complication. And so he struggled and waited hoping that God would explain in greater detail the vista of his sovereignty. This week, we venture into God's answer. It is great and more sweeping than Habakkuk, frankly, we could imagine. In fact, his answer was so captivating that not only the apostle Paul, but also the reformer Martin Luther, were enthralled with it. And it provides an important link for us as we live out this life of questions. Take some time before Sunday to read Habakkuk 2. And if your burning question is "Why in the world did Andy subtitle the series 'When bad things happen to bad people,'" this is your week. Don't miss it!
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