Ep 181 | Nahum; Habakkuk; Zephaniah, Come Follow Me (November 28-December 4)


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→ Show Notes: https://www.ldsscriptureteachings.org/2022/11/04/nahum-habakkuk-zephaniah-ep-181-quotes-and-notes/

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→ Timestamps:

00:26 – The historical background of the book of Nahum. Nineveh has reached the fulness of iniquity. This context helps us understand the Lord’s harsh words.

13:59 – God is “slow to anger,” literally “long in the nostrils.” The early Israelites saw God in anthropomorphic terms and described him as such.

16:40 – Habakkuk asks the Lord, “How long must I cry before you hear me?”

26:42 – Babylon prospers for a time, but will eventually fall.

34:24 – The mythology of other gods are woven into the description of God in Habakkuk 3. The “horns coming out” of God’s hand can also be read as light coming forth from his powerful might.

44:59 – Leaping upon a mountain is a beautiful symbol of those who are given strength by trusting in the Lord.

46:05 – Zephaniah warns of the destruction of Jerusalem, but also offers hope that a remnant will be preserved.

47:44 – The Chemarims in Zephaniah 1.4 may be Melchizedek Priests connected to a group of ancient priests that were disenfranchised during Israel’s religious reforms. The Chemarim may also be connected to the account in the Book of Mormon as the remaining Nephites take a final stand at Cumorah.

50:50 – Having a pure language, overcoming division, and being of one heart and one mind.

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