God's majesty, God's glory made all else recede, so that Habakkuk was focused on God, not on his current circumstances, nor the dreadful times to come.
A life of thankfulness to God is seen partly in whether you are thankful towards the people God has placed in your life and mine who care for us.
Habakkuk was to live by his faith in God, then he would see how God was at work.
Anger often indicates a blocked goal….that we’ve made a legitimate desire into an illegitimate goal.
Tempered in wisdom, in an abiding faith in God, and in a knowledge of scripture, Habakkuk spent time in meditation, allowing the light of God’s word to shine onto his questions.
There is no power in all the physical world or the spiritual realm that is not ultimately under the authority and dominion of Almighty God. Things are not always what they appear to be.
Habakkuk evokes the deer which nimbly “tread upon the heights,” escaping, in the end, the trampling horses of Babylon.