Habakkuk 1:1

“The burden which Habakkuk þe Prophet did see.”

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Other Translations

The burden which Habakkuk the prophet did see.
- King James Version

The oracle which Habakkuk the prophet saw.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

The burden which Habakkuk the prophet did see.
- American Standard Version (1901)

The word which Habakkuk the prophet saw.
- Basic English Bible

The burden which Habakkuk the prophet did see.
- Darby Bible

The burden which Habakkuk the prophet saw.
- Webster's Bible

The oracle which Habakkuk the prophet saw.
- World English Bible

The burden that Habakkuk the prophet hath seen:
- Youngs Literal Bible

THE BURDEN which Habakkuk the prophet did see.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Habakkuk 1:1

1:1 The burden - The prophet seems to speak of these grievous things, as a burden which he himself groaned under.

Discussion for Habakkuk 1

  • Kodjovi Messetchan
    HABAKKUK Is prayer warrior . He want to interced and for sins of his country and his people . He is a prophet a seer .Habakkuk is God's friend. God showed him and talked to him about he plans. He loved his town his people. He is suffering for their wrong doing . He has also a way to observe how political leaders or those who detained powers abused the poor people . See chp 1:4 he revealed it
  • BSP
    Verse3: Habakkuk knew that Jehovah God didn’t cause the wrongdoing he saw but he sincerely wanted to know why He allowed it to happen.
  • Tasha
    A very touching book of the Bible! I am reading it in English, Georgian and Azerbaijani (!!!). Habakkuk was a sensitive and passionate man, completely devoted to the Lord. Pouring his heart out, and our Merciful Lord listening intently to the complaints and answering, is what is most striking in this small book of the Bible.
  • A disciple
    To whom much is given, of them will the more be demanded. Sin in Christians is not only worse, but if un-repented of and that one's heart hardened in it; it brings blood guilt of all those whom he was supposed to be a witness of the grace of God; but failed! That was the very reason for the world of the beginning being ultimately destroyed, because of the apostasy and abandoning themselves to sin.
  • Steve
    Betty...sin is sin...believers forgiven...others not.
  • Betty mcintyre
    Are the sins of believers and unbelievers equally offensive to God?

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