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Habakkuk 1:5

God, Use Me in This Storm

God, Use Me in This Storm

Prophets are supposed to be pious. This prophet was angry. Prophets are supposed to be reverent. This prophet confronted God. Prophets are supposed to feel God’s presence when no one else does. This prophet demanded God explain His absence. He was in many ways an irreverent prophet. His name was Habakkuk. Habakkuk lived in times

We Actually Crave the Wrath of God

  Editor’s note: Who is God? How can we relate to him? John Mark Comer takes a look at the names and descriptions of God in order to understand what is revealed about Him in Holy Scripture and to deepen our relationship with Him. Enjoy this excerpt of God Has a Name. * Next up

Jesus Is Not a Registered Voter

Again the high priest asked Him, “Are you the Messiah, the Son of the Blessed One?” “I am,” said Jesus. “And you will see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of the Mighty One and coming on the clouds of Heaven.”  — Mark 14:61–62 Jesus didn’t establish any religious organizations. He never