Habakkuk is a rejoicing prophet who was strengthened in the Lord. Habakkuk is a man transformed by God’s Word. In chapter three, we see Habakkuk praising God in the form of a poetic song. Habakkuk is a good example of what a person of true faith does. He obeys God by listening. He waits patiently for God’s answer to his dilemma, and he receives understanding. Habakkuk’s prayer of praise had been given the vision from God concerning the end; he had heard the Lord’s response to his questions and concerns. Now he can only stand back in fear and in respectful fear of the One who will act on behalf of His people. Habakkuk’s prayer and song in this chapter is one that encompasses the past, yet stretches forth thousands of years and reveals details of the Lord’s coming in glory to defeat all His enemies at the end of the age. Habakkuk prayer starts with a plea for the Lord to renew His great deeds in Habakkuk’s own day or as other versions say ‘O Lord, revive Your work in the midst of the years!’.The type of revival that Habakkuk knew was coming involved judgement upon both Judah and Babylon. Yet Habakkuk still knew that this was best. God answers Habakkuk with an incomparable manifestation of His presence and His power and His plan in Habakkuk 3:3-15.