Do not let me mislead you... this book of Nahum is not for the faint of heart. For it is about the destruction of those who have not listened to the warning of the prophets. It tells of those who have worshiped idols and turned their backs on the one true God.
This is why the word declares... The Lord is slow to anger but great in power... for these were given many warnings, and yet their hearts remained hardened.
Yet there was a remnant who were faithful... those who repented... who humbled their hearts and sought to worship only Him, and they were certain to find that, the Lord is good, and a stronghold in a day of distress. So that even on the day when punishment came upon His enemies, the humble found that He cares for those who take refuge in Him.
For He is always Our Ready Safehouse; a place we can hide no matter the circumstance, a shelter we can run into no matter the storm.
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