Book of Habakkuk

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Related to Book of Habakkuk: Book of Haggai, Book of Zephaniah
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an Old Testament book telling Habakkuk's prophecies

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It can be discerned in the Book of Habakkuk how the prophet's sentiments evolve from astonishment, wonderment, and perhaps sympathy toward the Babylonians to utter hate, detestation, and eventual glee at their demise.
For those eager for a more open, participative church, the Book of Habakkuk offers this note of cautious hope: "The vision still has its time, presses on to fulfillment, and will not disappoint.
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Hearing a minister announce that his Old Testament lesson was from the book of Habakkuk and then being unable to find it
Haak makes one of the strongest statements of the case for the unity of the book of Habakkuk of recent times, and he does so largely on form-critical grounds.