Habakkuk 3:1-19 - How Can I Find Joy In My Troubles?

September 2, 2018 Speaker: Kurt Trucksess Series: Habakkuk | When God Doesn't Make Sense

Topic: Sunday Morning Teaching Passage: Habakkuk 3:1–19

In 1851, an English missionary named Allen Gardiner was shipwrecked. He and his shipmates landed on a small uninhabited island off the coast of South America. Over the next six months each of them died of starvation. As far as we know, Allen was the last one to die. As a Christian, he spent time in the word of God every day until he died. The last entry in the journal that was found beside his dead body had his reflections on Psalm 34:10. In this entry, he summarized his thoughts on this verse by essentially saying, "I am overwhelmed by the goodness of God." How could a dying man be overwhelmed by God's goodness? In this final chapter of Habakkuk, we discover how to be overwhelmed by the goodness of God even when the world around us is falling apart.

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