consists of three chapters, in the first of which he foreshadows the invasion of Judea by the Chaldeans, and in the second he foretells the doom of the Chaldeans. The whole concludes with the magnificent psalm in ch. 3, a composition unrivalled for boldness of conception, sublimity of thought and majesty of diction.
Bibliography InformationSmith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Habakkuk, Prophecy of,'". "Smith's Bible Dictionary".