Habakkuk


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  • noun

Synonyms for Habakkuk

an Old Testament book telling Habakkuk's prophecies

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Late Biblical Hebrew and the Qumran Pesher Habakkuk.
We all wonder, at some time, why God lets things happen, but like Habakkuk we too have to realise, in the words of the old hymn, 'God is His own interpreter and He will make it plain.
This large US labour productivity advantage in manufacturing since at least the mid-nineteenth century has attracted a great deal of attention since it was linked by Habakkuk (1962) to the abundance of land and natural resources in the United States.
The way in which Habakkuk talks with God is fascinating.
Neither Habakkuk nor Jeremiah anticipated that the Persians would take the ascendance over the Babylonians.
Habakkuk, American and British Technology in the 19th Century, London: Cambridge University Press, 1962.
It transpired (though at the time Perutz did not know it) that this was in aid of Project Habakkuk, the code name for a proposed series of huge ice rafts in the North Atlantic which would be used as staging posts -- floating runways -- for aircraft on convoy patrol.
141) Benjamin Habakkuk Jackson patented a "swimming engine" in 1722; his marketing method was to advertise public demonstrations.
Habakkuk, American and British Technology in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge, 1962).
Bede on Tobit and on the Canticle of Habakkuk, trans.
As the Word of the Lord was spoken to the prophet Habakkuk, "For still the vision awaits its time; it hastens to the end--it will not lie.
Jerome himself condemned the book as "liber ille apocryphus stultitiae condemnandus est" ("this apocryphal work, to be convicted for its stupidity") in his Commentary on Habakkuk (ad 1.
The association and even identification of Israel's LORD with the "Lord Jesus," supported exegetically by the identification of Jesus as the subject of theophanic texts such as Genesis 18, 28, 32; Exodus 3, 19, 24; Isaiah 6; Ezekiel 1; Daniel 7; and Habakkuk 3 (LXX), was crucial for fashioning an increasingly distinct symbolic universe among early Christians.
Understand how to keep the faith and praise God even when everything seems wrong, as Habakkuk did (in the last chapter).
Mr Hardy read from Habakkuk and then preached from his reading.