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One very concerned person

The name “Habakkuk” means nothing to most people, and for good reason. He was a prophet to Judah about 2,800 years ago. In his time there was a major deterioration of morality in Habakkuk’s culture. It was marked by injustice, and violence, dishonesty, and brutalization of the most vulnerable members of society. The wealthy took huge advantage of the poor, without any intervention. For one sensitive to the rights of the needy this was very difficult to handle. As Habakkuk said to God, expressing concern about the situation, “O LORD, how long will I cry, and You will not hear, even cry out to You of violence, and You will not save?” (Habakkuk 1:2)

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