HERE IS A FREE HABAKKUK DEVOTIONAL FOR STUDENTS
We can all relate to arguments with our siblings, coworkers, and partners, but have you ever had an argument with someone in authority? That can be scary. In this devotional, we are going to examine an argument with the ultimate authority. The prophet Habakkuk argued with God.
His little book of arguments poses two questions as an opening statement. One, “How long, Lord, must I call for help, but you do not listen?” (Habakkuk 1:2). Second, he probes, “Why do you tolerate the treacherous?” (1:3)
Habakkuk’s words may be ancient, but his situation is timeless. He asked. God answered — sort of. A voice from heaven came to the prophet and said, “Look at the nations and watch and be utterly amazed. For I am going to do something in your days that you would not believe” (1:5). After the initial interrogation, God invited him to look beyond the present circumstances. Were Habakkuk’s questions perfectly answered? No, not really. Yet, God’s response radiates hope. To sum it up, God says, “hope is on the horizon.”
WHY DID WE WRITE THIS DEVOTIONAL?
This Habakkuk devotional is part of our CIRCLES curriculum designed to help students grow closer to God and each other. We created this devotional eBook to empower youth pastors to support their students as they read the Bible. You can explore all of our free devotionals by clicking here. We add a new devotional to this library every month, so be sure to visit this page again soon!
WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD THIS HABAKKUK DEVOTIONAL FOR STUDENTS, YOU WILL RECEIVE:
— A 7-day devotional on Habakkuk
— An editable copy of this devotional, if you want to edit it for an event or DNOW
This Habakkuk devotional is perfect for personal study, youth ministry, DNOW, youth group, youth retreats, or social media.