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Good God's Justice (Habbakuk 2:5-20)


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Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

redemptive relationships

Text: Habakkuk 2:5-2

Sermon Title: Good God’s Justice

Date: March 31, 2019

  1. How has the Lord used specific wrongs done to you by others to do you good? Explain.
  2. Read Romans 12:19 and 1 Peter 2:23.
  • What can we learn about how we should treat those who do injustice to us?
  • What specific future “grace” does Jesus entrust to His Father?
  • How does trusting God with the same thing help us act righteously with those who have mistreated us?
  1. In what ways do you see the Chaldeans mission statement, “More!” operating in your heart? In other words, what in your life do you frequently “just need a little more” in order to be satisfied (accomplishment, affirmation, respect, adventure, refreshment, money, intimacy)?
  2. What injustice(s) done to you by others are you struggling to entrust to God’s good justice? Explain. What about the nature of God’s inescapable judgment will help you do this?
  3. What concerns do you have about the consequences of the wrongs you have done to others?
  4. How is the truth that Jesus (the innocent one) has drank the cup of God's wrath for you, in your place, once and for all, meant to help you in these concerns?
  5. When is it best to embrace “confident silence,” intentionally putting aside your “whys” and “how longs?” for a patient and calm trust in God and His promises?










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Clarity in Crisis (Habakkuk 1:12-21)


Community Group Discussion Questions

Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

redemptive relationships 

Text: Habakkuk 1:12-21

   Sermon Title: When Life Doesn’t Make Sense

Date: March 17, 2019


  1. What is the most difficult or painful thing you are experiencing right now? Explain.


  1. Read: Lamentations 3:31-32, Romans 5:1-5, 2 Corinthians 1:8-11; 4:1-18. What do these passages teach us about God and why He allows His people to suffer?


  1. What are you tempted to rely on for protection, comfort, and/or deliverance instead of God in this situation (people, things, gifts)? Why?


  1. How does the truth that God is everlasting, holy (always does what is right), sovereign (always in control) and faithful (always doing good for His people) intended to shape the way you view this trial?


  1. Which one of these truths about God do you need the most help to trust right now? Why?


  1. What about the good news of the cross, where Christ died for my sins in my place, aids your trust in this specific part of His character that’s been difficult for you to hold on to?


  1. What questions or uncertainties do you still have about God in this trial? Will you, like Habakkuk, leave these uncertainties to God, waiting and watching for Him? What will you do to facilitate your watching and waiting?
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