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How to Wait on God in Prayer

We can learn a lot about faith and prayer from the prophet Habakkuk

Picture of Habakkuk’s Tomb by Ariel Palmon via GNU License at Wikimedia Commons.

Habakkuk had a burden.

Habakkuk was distraught over the pain and injustice all around him, especially in the nation of Judah. And he wondered how God could allow such sin and suffering to continue.

“O Lord, how long shall I cry,
And You will not hear…

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