Habakkuk could not see God’s work in the nation because it challenged his assumptions about the future of his nation. We must learn the lesson of Habakkuk to recognize what God is doing in the earth in our generation.
Though it is often overlooked, racial tension is present throughout the book of Acts and had serious implications for the development of the church. This message introduces the issue of racial tension by examining the history of racial tension in the first century church and how it applies in our generation.
It is important to recognize the season a nation is in. Pride assumes that God is always seeking to elevate a people or a nation. Humility assumes that God wants a people to primarily seek to be a benefit to others. The question of whether we are primarily characterized by humility or pride is one of the primary ways we can discern the season in our nation.