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From fear to faith : rejoicing in the Lord in turbulent times / by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

By: Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn (David Martyn), 1899-1981 [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Leiceter, England : Inter-Varsity Press, 2003Copyright date: ©1997Description: 76 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 0851116906 (paperback).Subject(s): Bible. Habakkuk -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | FaithSummary: The country was on the brink of a devastating invasion. Famine threatened. Violence and social injustice filled the land. Habakkuk the prophet had every reason to sink into despair. Where was God in these turbulent times? Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of the twentieth century's foremost preaches and Bible teachers. The parallels he draws between the message of Habakkuk and the crisis-ridden West are till powerfully relevant to our own times. Here is the secret of the problem of history. No event, however catastrophic, fails to find a place in God's loving purpose for humanity. Habakkuk's great assertion of faith, in the midst of enormous personal upheaval and emotional strain, can be ours: 'Yet I will rejoice in the Lord ... The Sovereign Lord is my strength.'--Back cover.
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Is God in control of world history?--Cover.

First published in 1953.

The country was on the brink of a devastating invasion. Famine threatened. Violence and social injustice filled the land. Habakkuk the prophet had every reason to sink into despair. Where was God in these turbulent times?
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of the twentieth century's foremost preaches and Bible teachers. The parallels he draws between the message of Habakkuk and the crisis-ridden West are till powerfully relevant to our own times. Here is the secret of the problem of history. No event, however catastrophic, fails to find a place in God's loving purpose for humanity. Habakkuk's great assertion of faith, in the midst of enormous personal upheaval and emotional strain, can be ours: 'Yet I will rejoice in the Lord ... The Sovereign Lord is my strength.'--Back cover.

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