Lessons from Habakkuk: A Faith That Waits (Video Service) | First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth

Today’s Service:

  • Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister
  • Support Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults
  • Special Music: the 2019 Chancel Choir from the Oct. 6th World Communion Sunday Service
  • Scripture: Habakkuk 2:1-4

Today is the second of three sermons based on the book of Habakkuk.  This week, we are looking at the prophet Habakkuk’ understanding of waiting on God’s timing.

As local legend Mitch Album recently stated, these days, we are suffering from a noticeable shortage of patience.  Frankly, most of us tend to resist the development of patience.  We just don’t like to wait.  But for better or for worse, this quarantine time is teaching us that we MUST learn to wait.  Studying the book of Habakkuk shows us that he had a lot to say about patience and, in fact, has strongly influenced Christians throughout the ages.

Join us as we dig into the Book of Habakkuk, Chapter 2.

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