Waiting in the Age of Anxiety

Morning Service
Jan 27, 2019

Sometimes life is hard and confusing! In our struggle to make sense of a difficult situation, we may question God’s awareness or His plans to come to our aid. In this study of Habakkkuk, we learn that when we are anxious, we need to remember who God is, and to resolve to wait on Him. Far from passive inactivity, waiting requires us to exercise great faith as we recount the Lord’s unmatched power and trustworthy promises.

Habakkuk 3:1-19


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