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Habakkuk 3:17-19 Joy When Everything Crumbles Summary: Have you ever hoped for something, only to be disappointed? Maybe a vacation, or a gift you were hoping for? Today is our last sermon in the book of Habakkuk, and one of the great lessons he learned in his life was this: Although everything good in life might be taken away from us, there is one thing that can never be lost: no one can EVER take our God away from us! Do you believe that today? If you believe in Jesus, you can lose everything in this world and still have a life of joy! Let's listen to God's Word today: Outline: 1. The loss of everything 2. Our source of joy 3. The victory of living by faith Verse: Habakkuk 3:18 ...I will rejoice in the Lord; I will take joy in the God of my salvation. Discussion Questions: 1. By the end of the book, Habakkuk accepts that God's people will endure some of the temporal consequences of their sin. Where might you be suffering some of these? Do you believe it to be God's punishment, or the loving discipline of your heavenly father? Why? 2. How does Habakkuk come to a settled confidence and joy in his life, even though he knows he will lose all earthly provision? Where is your hope and joy found, and how might things change if you lost everything? 3. How does the end of this book demonstrate what it means that

18.11.04_kids
Habakkuk 3:17-19 Joy When Everything Crumbles Summary: Have you ever hoped for something, only to be disappointed? Maybe a vacation, or a gift you were hoping for? Today is our last sermon in the book of Habakkuk, and one of the great lessons he learned in his life was this: Although everything good in life might be taken away from us, there is one thing that can never be lost: no one can EVER take our God away from us! Do you believe that today? If you believe in Jesus, you can lose everything in this world and still have a life of joy! Let's listen to God's Word today: Outline: 1. The loss of everything 2. Our source of joy 3. The victory of living by faith Verse: Habakkuk 3:18 ...I will rejoice in the Lord; I will take joy in the God of my salvation. Discussion Questions: 1. By the end of the book, Habakkuk accepts that God's people will endure some of the temporal consequences of their sin. Where might you be suffering some of these? Do you believe it to be God's punishment, or the loving discipline of your heavenly father? Why? 2. How does Habakkuk come to a settled confidence and joy in his life, even though he knows he will lose all earthly provision? Where is your hope and joy found, and how might things change if you lost everything? 3. How does the end of this book demonstrate what it means that

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