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Old Testament Lesson 49:
November 28–December 4

“His Ways Are Everlasting”
Nahum; Habakkuk; Zephaniah

“His ways are everlasting” (Habakkuk 3:6). In the Beginning Was the Word, by Eva Timothy

You can study the scriptures for a lifetime and still find new insights. Don’t feel that you have to comprehend everything right now. Pray for help to recognize the messages you need today.

Nahum 1: Nahum speaks of the burning of the earth at the Second Coming and of the mercy and power of the Lord.

Nahum 2: Nineveh will be destroyed, which is a symbol of what will be in the latter days.

Nahum 3: The miserable downfall of Nineveh is foretold.

Habakkuk 1: When Habakkuk learns that the Lord will raise up the Chaldeans to overrun the land of Israel, he is troubled that the wicked can be thus employed.

Habakkuk 2: The Lord admonishes patience and promises that the just will live by faith—The earth will be filled with knowledge about God—Idols have no power.

Habakkuk 3: In his prayer Habakkuk trembles at the majesty of God.

Zephaniah 1: The destruction of Judah is symbolic of the Second Coming—It is the day of the Lord’s sacrifice, a day of wrath and trouble.

Zephaniah 2: Seek righteousness; seek meekness—Judgment will come upon the Philistines, the Moabites, the children of Ammon, the Ethiopians, and the Assyrians.

Zephaniah 3: At the Second Coming, all nations will assemble to battle—Men will have a pure language—The Lord will reign in their midst.

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