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Habakkuk 1 - The Message Bible
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1:1The problem as God gave Habakkuk to see it:
1:2GOD, how long do I have to cry out for help before you listen? How many times do I have to yell, "Help! Murder! Police!" before you come to the rescue?
1:3Why do you force me to look at evil, stare trouble in the face day after day? Anarchy and violence break out, quarrels and fights all over the place.
1:4Law and order fall to pieces. Justice is a joke. The wicked have the righteous hamstrung and stand justice on its head.
1:5"Look around at the godless nations. Look long and hard. Brace yourself for a shock. Something's about to take place and you're going to find it hard to believe.
1:6I'm about to raise up Babylonians to punish you, Babylonians, fierce and ferocious--World-conquering Babylon, grabbing up nations right and left,
1:7A dreadful and terrible people, making up its own rules as it goes.
1:8Their horses run like the wind, attack like bloodthirsty wolves. A stampede of galloping horses thunders out of nowhere. They descend like vultures circling in on carrion.
1:9They're out to kill. Death is on their minds. They collect victims like squirrels gathering nuts.
1:10They mock kings, poke fun at generals, Spit on forts, and leave them in the dust.
1:11They'll all be blown away by the wind. Brazen in sin, they call strength their god."
1:12GOD, you're from eternity, aren't you? Holy God, we aren't going to die, are we? GOD, you chose [Babylonians] for your judgment work? Rock-Solid God, you gave them the job of discipline?
1:13But you can't be serious! [You] can't condone evil! So why don't you do something about this? Why are you silent [now]? This outrage! Evil men swallow up the righteous and you stand around and [watch]!
1:14You're treating men and women as so many fish in the ocean, Swimming without direction, swimming but not getting anywhere.
1:15Then this evil Babylonian arrives and goes fishing. He pulls in a good catch. He catches his limit and fills his creel--a good day of fishing! He's happy!
1:16He praises his rod and reel, piles his fishing gear on an altar and worships it! It's made his day, and he's going to eat well tonight!
1:17Are you going to let this go on and on? Will you let this Babylonian fisherman Fish like a weekend angler, killing people as if they're nothing but fish?
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