Soldiers of Christ Habakkuk and Obadiah \ Habakkuk 2:1-4.

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Soldiers of Christ Habakkuk and Obadiah \ Habakkuk 2:1-4
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  • Soldiers of Christ Habakkuk and Obadiah \ Habakkuk 2:1-4
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  • 1 I will stand my watch And set myself on the rampart, And watch to see what He will say to me, And what I will answer when I am corrected. 2 Then the LORD answered me and said: "Write the vision And make it plain on tablets, That he may run who reads it. 3 For the vision is yet for an appointed time; But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; Because it will surely come, It will not tarry. 4 "Behold the proud, His soul is not upright in him; But the just shall live by his faith." Hab. 2:1-4
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  • Important Dates and Events
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  • 1000 B.C. 931 B.C. 722 B.C. 606-586 B.C. Writing Prophets 722-586 B.C Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Obadiah (?) Obadiah & JoelDate of writing not known
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  • N ahum & N ineveh
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  • Message of the Book
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  • N ahum & N ineveh Message of the Book God Will Destroy Wicked Nineveh (The capital city of Assyria)
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  • N ahum & N ineveh Message of the Book God Will Destroy Wicked Nineveh (The capital city of Assyria) Destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar in 612 B.C.
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  • Habakkuk
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  • Main Theme of the Book
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  • Habakkuk Main Theme of the Book The unjust shall be destroyed, but the just shall live by his faith
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13)
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon Why is God allowing a more wicked nation to devour a less wicked nation? (1:12-17)
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon Why is God allowing a more wicked nation to devour a less wicked nation? (1:12-17) The just shall live...
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon Why is God allowing a more wicked nation to devour a less wicked nation? (1:12-17) The just shall live... by his faith (2:4)
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon Why is God allowing a more wicked nation to devour a less wicked nation? (1:12-17) The just shall live... by his faith (2:4) The Lord is in His holy temple, Let...
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  • Habakkuk His description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon Why is God allowing a more wicked nation to devour a less wicked nation? (1:12-17) The just shall live... by his faith (2:4) The Lord is in His holy temple, Let... all the earth keep silence before Him Question Habakkuk Asked About God & Babylon Why Is God Allowing a More Wicked Nation (Babylon) to Devour a Less Wicked Nation (Israel)? (Hab. 1:12-17) bakkuk: "The Lord is in His holy temple. Let" "All the earth keep silence before Him." (Hab. 2:20) Main Theme of the Book of Habakkuk The Unjust Shall Be Destroyed But the Just Shall Live By Faith
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  • Obadiah
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  • Main Theme of Obadiah
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  • Obadiah Main Theme of Obadiah The culmination of the conflict between Edom (descendants of Esau) and Israel (descendants of Jacob)
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  • Zephaniah
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  • The Prophet Who Repeatedly Spoke of The Day of the Lord
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  • Zephaniah The Prophet Who Repeatedly Spoke of The Day of the Lord Main Theme of Zephaniah
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  • Zephaniah The Prophet Who Repeatedly Spoke of The Day of the Lord Main Theme of Zephaniah The Day of the Lord is Coming
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  • Zephaniah The Prophet Who Repeatedly Spoke of The Day of the Lord Main Theme of Zephaniah The Day of the Lord is Coming The Day of the Lord refers to
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  • Zephaniah The Prophet Who Repeatedly Spoke of The Day of the Lord Main Theme of Zephaniah The Day of the Lord is Coming The Day of the Lord refers to A Day of Gods Judgment Zephaniah Zephaniah Prophesied To The Southern Kingdom, Judah (Before It Fell) Main Theme of the Book of Zephaniah The Day of the Lord Is Coming "The Day of the Lord" Refers to A Day of God's Judgment (Zeph. 1:8, 15) s description of Gods Eyes Too pure to behold evil (1:13) His question about God and Babylon Why is God allowing a more wicked nation to devour a less wicked nation? (1:12-17) The just shall live... by his faith (2:4) The Lord is in His holy temple, Let... all the earth keep silence before Him Question Habakkuk Asked About God & Babylon Why Is God Allowing a More Wicked Nation (Babylon) to Devour a Less Wicked Nation (Israel)? (Hab. 1:12-17) bakkuk: "The Lord is in His holy temple. Let" "All the earth keep silence before Him." (Hab. 2:20) Main Theme of the Book of Habakkuk The Unjust Shall Be Destroyed But the Just Shall Live By Faith
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  • Joel
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  • Prophesied that God Would Pour Out His Spirit Upon All Flesh
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  • Joel Prophesied that God Would Pour Out His Spirit Upon All Flesh Two Main Themes of Joel
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  • Joel Prophesied that God Would Pour Out His Spirit Upon All Flesh Two Main Themes of Joel The armies of locusts on Gods people
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  • Joel Prophesied that God Would Pour Out His Spirit Upon All Flesh Two Main Themes of Joel The armies of locusts on Gods people The pouring out of the Holy Spirit in the last days
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  • His Plan for Your Salvation Believe in HimJohn 8:24 Repent (yield to Him) Luke 13:3 Confess ChristMatt. 10:32 Baptized to be savedActs 22:16 Added to His Kingdom, His Church Be faithful until deathRev. 2:10