Amazed and Confused (Inscribed Collection Series)
Most women have prayed for something or someone in earnest, seeking God's will, only to be left confused by God's response. Sometimes we ask, ?Why would a good God allow bad things to happen to good people?? In Amazed and...
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Most women have prayed for something or someone in earnest, seeking God's will, only to be left confused by God's response. Sometimes we ask, ?Why would a good God allow bad things to happen to good people?? In Amazed and Confused, Heather Zempel tackles this question head-on by exploring the book of Habakkuk.
When the prophet Habakkuk prayed that God would bring change to the backsliding nation of Israel, this issue came to the forefront. Habakkuk begged God for revival and that He would turn the hearts of faithless people back to Him.
God's answer to Habakkuk was, ?Take a look at the nations and watch what happens! You will be shocked and amazed? (1:5, The Voice). The vision God gave Habakkuk was one of warfare and exile. How do you respond when God answers your prayers in a way that seems out of line with his character and promises?
Amazed and Confused proceeds systematically through the book of Habakkuk, exploring the prophet's prayer, God's response, and the prophet's journey from confusion to worship. This interactive Bible study is the perfect choice for women who are hurting and confused about God's responses to their prayers.
Helpful guidance on a question without an easy answer Practical tools for studying the Minor Prophets Easy-to-understand, accessible language
Heather Zempel is the discipleship pastor at National Community Church in Washington, D.C. Before serving at her church, Zempel served in the U.S. Senate as an environment and energy policy advisor from 2001-2005. She has previously publishedSacred Roads: Exploring the Historic Paths of Discipleshipincluding DVD leader guides with Threads/Lifeway. Zempel blogs at www.heatherzempel.com.