Wiped Like a Dirty Dish | 2 Kings 21:10-15; 23:24-27
Preached By Stanley Chang

Theodicy - a dictionary definition: The vindication of divine goodness and providence in view of the existence of evil. In the book of Habakkuk, the prophet complains about the actions, or inaction, of God when it comes to the suffering of his people and the evil acts done against them. But as the book goes on, Habakkuk changes his tone and understanding of God and His actions. He learns to wait and trust in who God is. That is the hope for today’s message (and this series). We must trust in who God is and wait on God to work all things out for His glory and our good.

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