Have you ever wondered if you were going to survive this life of troubles and adversity? God gives us the right perspective for living in this crazy world. This sermon will challenge you and encourage you at the same time while teaching you the timeless truths of the Book of Habakkuk.
This is a POWERFUL sermon!! This entire series in Habakkuk is the best series of sermons I have ever heard on this book. This sermon in particular is one of my favorites. It is powerful, relevant, Biblically accurate, and God honoring. This pastor is not afraid to ask and answer the difficult questions of life. And his Biblical answers that come from the prophet Habakkuk point us towards faith in God.
Jack S. (10/2/2004)
Very Helpful This sermon is very practical and very helpful. I could relate to this because of personal trials. Thank you, pastor, for this great series.
What an encouragement to trust God to keep His promises regardless of my apparent situation or how I feel. We do not live by sight but by faith. It is not my place to attempt to right every wrong. God is the judge; He does all things well, and He will make all things right.
Great Sermon! Praise the Lord, He is trustworthy. In times of adversity He is trustworthy. In times of doubt He is faithfully there.
SOOOO TRUE! This sermon on faith hits home! Living between a promise and its fulfillment is the hardest place to live. Only our trust in the goodness and faithfulnesss of God will sustain us.
I encourage you to listen I encourage you to listen to this helpful sermon of surviving the troubles of life.
Michael Kinch (6/24/2004)
from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Powerful Message! Another powerful message from Jason in his series on Habakkuk. Jason reminds us that The just shall live by faith. The righteous shall live by his righteousness. A true believer is steadfast. The righteous will survive faithfully. Having faith that God himself is so faithful that He gives us the ability to remain faithful. In order to have certainty in a mid crisis life you must rely on the promises of God. Our priority must be trusting God and remaining faithful to Him no matter what. Habakkuk learned that you must trust the promises of God. Don‚Äôt look at your problems and think that God must not be doing anything. We ought not interpret our circumstances apart from God. God is always at work, he is always involved. His means may be astounding. But in the end the righteous will prevail. In summary what Jason is saying is trust God, remain faithful to him no matter what your present circumstances are and His will will prevail in the end.
Jason Robertson is the pastor of Milldale Baptist Church in Zachary, LA. He and his wife have three children. He has served the Lord as a pastor, evangelist, church planter, teacher, and missionary for over 20 years. He planted Murrieta Valley Church in 2001 in California and...