Don’t be fooled by the picture of Justice. It’s still me, Pac, who’s hosting this quiz. God let Habakkuk know that He was allowing the Babylonians’ actions to be used as a judgment on Israel, but then He would still hold the enemy accountable for their wickedness. It’s not that God was making these people sin, but that He was able to take their evil intentions and turn it into something useful. All the same, Babylon would soon face justice for their sin. See what I did there?
So then, your next question is about a famous train of thought that’s actually found in this book. Finish this phrase: “The just shall live by ________.”