Nahum; Habakkuk; Zephaniah Old Testament – 2022 Lesson 49 November 28-December 4, 2022


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This is a commentary on the books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah the texts for Lesson 49, “His Ways Are Everlasting” in the Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families manual for 2022. I’m going to guess that these are not in the top ten of your favourite books to read on a rainy afternoon. They each have their charm and message though.

Nahum speaks of the horror of war, how to avoid it, and how to know if we will be among those who are spared its outcome. He addressed Assyria in his day, but we can easily see that he’s still speaking to us and asking us to sort ourselves out before events do it for us.

Habakkuk was a questioner. He was very unhappy with the way God was running things, and he had hard questions. God answered him. We learn that God does answer even the tough questions of life. You might have some of the same questions. Check it out.

Zephaniah had the heavy message of God’s day of wrath—Dies irae. In the lesson we can hear some music written about Zephaniah’s words and also try to figure out how to avoid the day of wrath. He advises us not be a do-nothing and not to be blind to what’s going on around us. Still good advice. pp.57


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