By Joshua Winslett
These commentary notes are the culmination of studies done by Joshua Winslett as he preached through the book of Habakkuk at Beulah Primitive Baptist Church in Leeds, AL. They are written in traditional commentary format and span the entirety of the book. The commentary includes a book introduction, book outline, chapter introductions, as well as comments on every verse. This commentary is written from a Primitive Baptist perspective.
From the introduction: “The book of Habakkuk addresses the common philosophical question, “If God is so good and so powerful, why do bad things happen?” To address this question, the book focuses on three overarching themes; God is sovereign, God is just, and believers must live by faith.”
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