Habakkuk 2:6-20 - Nobody Gets Away With Anything
Topic: Sunday Morning Teaching Passage: Habakkuk 2:6–2:20
For a month our nation was captivated by the sudden disappearance of Mollie Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student, After a month of pursuing leads, Cristhian Rivera was charged with her murder after he led investigators to her body in a field that was covered with corn stalks. While her family grieves her death, we are grateful for the law enforcement officers who worked tirelessly to solve her murder and begin the process of a measure of justice being served. Sadly, unlike Mollie, many crimes are not solved. Murders get away with killing. Thieves get away with stealing. Where is God when we face injustice? In Habakkuk we learn that God is on his throne and he is handling out justice, not just in eternity but many times he orchestrates this world to bring a measure of justice in this life. Nobody gets away with anything.
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