Jesus is led away from the Garden of Gethsemane where his unjust trial begins. False accusations are given, but none of the witnesses can line their stories up. Finally Jesus admits that He is God, and allows the religious leaders to charge Him with blasphemy. It’s what must happen for Him to go to the cross. Jesus is in full control. We conclude with the story of Peter’s…
Zephaniah leads us through upcoming judgment that will come against Judah and Jerusalem. And not only to them, but to all nations that have walked in rebellion to God. But as always in the message of the Lord, there is hope. The Lord always has His remnant of people that will be faithful. And this is available to all who turn to the Lord. This judgment can turn to…
In this passage we look at the Proud, the Praying, and the Panicked. In the midst of overconfidence and panic, Jesus teaches the importance of prayer. It’s a crucial time in Jesus’ life as He prepares for the cross, yet He takes time to go the Father. A priority that should be followed in every believer. Bible Text: Mark 14:27-52
Habakkuk was taken from the valley, to the watchtower, now he’s up on the mountaintop as he learns the value of waiting on, and trusting in the Lord. Here in chapter 3 we see Habakkuk praising God for His past faithfulness and seeing how the Lord has everything presently under control. Bible Text: Habakkuk 3:1-19
As Jesus prepares to lay His life down on the cross during Passover, we look at the plotting taking place and the preparation being done for His sacrifice. It’s a contrast between the evil work of His enemies, and the loving devotion of those who truly believe in Him. Mark 14:1-26
After Habakkuk questions God and wonders why He isn’t doing something about the mess they were in, He now turns to the Lord to wait and hear from Him. Often times we miss out on seeing what God is doing because we frantically run ahead attempting to fix everything. Habakkuk gives us a great example when we’re tempted to do just that. Bible Text: Habakkuk 2:1-20
Israel Tour Recap. God is not done with Israel – there is still a future and a hope for God’s people.
Habakkuk was troubled with what he was seeing around him and he wondered why God wasn’t acting? Shouldn’t God be taking care of this? Sound familiar? Ever feel like that? In the book of Habakkuk we find a wonderful reminder that we are to trust God – have our faith completely in Him. For even if we don’t realize it, He is at work! Bible Text: Habakkuk 1:1-17