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In the book of Habakkuk, a prophet named Habakkuk converses with God about the state of Judah and the world. In the beginning, Habakkuk expresses his concern over the violence and wickedness in Judah. He asks God why He allows such things to happen. God responds by revealing that He is raising up the Babylonians as a punishment for Judah's sins.

Despite this news, Habakkuk continues to question God about the morality of using such a violent and oppressive people to bring judgment. God reassures Habakkuk that He is in control and that His ways are just, even if they may not make sense to humans.

As the Babylonians invade Judah, Habakkuk watches in despair as his fellow citizens are taken into exile. But he also sees God's hand at work, bringing judgment on those who have strayed from Him and leading His people through a difficult time.

In the midst of this chaos, Habakkuk turns to God for comfort and strength. He praises God for His power and faithfulness, even in the face of adversity. And he looks forward to the day when God will restore Judah and bring peace to the land.

Throughout it all, Habakkuk maintains his trust in God, despite the difficult circumstances. He reminds us that no matter what happens in our lives, we can always turn to God for comfort, strength, and guidance.

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