HERE IS A FREE BIBLE STUDY ON HABAKKUK FOR YOUR YOUTH GROUP!
This free Bible study on Habakkuk will analyze Habakkuk’s argument with God to help your students learn how to wrestle with their big questions in a healthy way.
HERE IS HOW THIS FREE BIBLE STUDY ON HABAKKUK BREAKS DOWN:
The prophet Habakkuk argued with God. The thought of an argument with the Almighty makes many of us uncomfortable. Are we even allowed to do that? I was shocked to discover that Habakkuk was not alone in his attempt to debate with the Divine. Many Biblical figures grappled with God. Moses argues that God is being unfair (Exodus 32). Abraham begs for God to spare the people of Sodom (Genesis 18). Mary petitions for Jesus to do a miracle before His appointed time (John 2). Hezekiah pleads for God to let him live longer (2 Kings 20). Jesus asked God to alter His plan (Luke 22). What does this mean? It’s okay to ask God hard questions.
The entire book of Habakkuk is an argument between Habakkuk and God. This debate took place when Habakkuk was leading Israel during a significant siege. Like a seasoned lawyer, our protesting prophet wrote out his case for Israel in the face of crisis. Habakkuk is proof that it’s okay to argue with God, but we must be obedient to God’s ultimate outcome. This book shows us three out-of-the-box principles about arguing with the Almighty.
- Don’t be afraid to ask tough questions.
- Allow your protest to become praise.
- End differently than you began.
Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1-4; 3:17-18
This small group Bible study was adapted from our sermon script on Habakkuk. Click here to view the stand-alone sermon on Habakkuk. You might also like these free Bible Studies for youth.
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