Habakkuk 1:11

“Then shall his mind change, and he shall pass over, and offend, imputing this his power unto his god.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

Then shall his minde change, and he shall passe ouer, and offend, imputing this his power vnto his God.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"Then they will sweep through {like} the wind and pass on. But they will be held guilty, They whose strength is their god."
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Then shall he sweep by `as' a wind, and shall pass over, and be guilty, `even' he whose might is his god.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Then his purpose will be changed, over-stepping the limit; he will make his strength his god.
- Basic English Bible

Then will his mind change, and he will pass on, and become guilty: this his power is become his God.
- Darby Bible

Then shall his mind change, and he shall pass over, and offend, imputing this his power to his god.
- Webster's Bible

Then he sweeps by like the wind, and goes on. He is indeed guilty, whose strength is his god."
- World English Bible

Then passed on hath the spirit, Yea, he doth transgress, And doth ascribe this his power to his god.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Then their spirit doth pass over and transgress, and they become guilty: even they who impute their might unto their god.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible commentary

Discussion for Habakkuk 1

  • A disciple
    "Therefore the law is slacked, and judgment doth never go forth: for the wicked doth compass about the righteous; therefore wrong judgment proceeds." (1:4) We seek the Lord with all our hearts, and endeavor to let our light shine. We pray for our leaders, and for the good to prevail. We help by our prayers, and by our obedience to walk in truth. But the world around us is set on "another" course!
  • Michael C.
    Israel was told from the beginning, what would happen if they broke covenant with God; but they pushed Him, and pushed Him, with their defiance, and sinning, and whoring after the ways of the heathen, till there was no remedy. Jeremiah wrote, that if God had begun to punish the city which is called by His Name, and His own people; He would certainly also do the same to the nations for their sins.
  • BSP
    This chapter shows that it is not wrong to ask God certain questions.
  • Susie Varela
    Versus 5-11 God replies to Habakkuk. I am going to raise up a people worst then what you see now. God gives to him a description of these people: bitter, hasty,
    thieves, dreadful. They have the ability to move very fast through land
  • Susie Varela
    In versus 1-4 Habakkuk is praying to God about the violence
  • Adele Dodd
    Could this be talking about Is is and Isil. Are Syrians part of Isis' work.

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