1. Psalm 123 contains some of the most beautiful descriptions of the life of faith, describing how we look to God until “He shall be gracious to us” as we wait in hope.
  2. What if God doesn’t hear me? The doubts and fears that lurk beneath our faith can rise up and speak to us in our worst times of struggle. Colin Heinrich sings “When Hope Disappears".
  3. What do Habakkuk and Israel have? Nothing but the word of God. Nothing but the promise of God. Nothing but God himself.
  4. In this religious Sodom, we had a Jesus with the heart of Moses whose gospel was a new and improved law.
  5. What do Habakkuk and Israel have? Nothing but the word of God. Nothing but the promise of God. Nothing but God himself. They have the vision that Yahweh gives, the words of hope he utters. And that, amazingly, is enough.
  6. Samson knew what he wanted when he saw it, and most of the time, living by sight, he walked like a blind man straight into an ambush.
  7. The love of God in Jesus is our confidence when the world seems to teeter on the brink of self-destruction.
  8. If affairs always begin by believing lies, then repentance always begins by believing the truth: the truth that you are in the wrong, the truth that you have a God who loves you in Jesus Christ, and the truth that he and he alone can save you not only from adultery but from every sin that seeks to lead you down the path of destruction.
  9. The question is not can I lose my salvation, but can salvation lose me? No, it can’t.
  10. Hear that confession of saving faith? Rahab may have been a prostitute in Jericho, but she was secretly a virgin daughter of Yahweh.
  11. We see someone driving a fancy car, owning a big home, having healthy children and an attractive spouse. Instantly, almost without a second's thought, we assume they are successful. Life is good for them.
  12. The flower of youth, as lovely as it is, cannot withstand the hot winds of time. There is a beauty, however, that remains.
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