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The Holy '''Prophet Habbakuk''', the eighth of the [[Twelve Minor Prophets]], was descended from the Tribe of Simeon, and he prophesied around 650 B.C.  
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The Holy '''Prophet Habakkuk''', the eighth of the [[Twelve Minor Prophets]], was descended from the Tribe of Simeon, and he prophesied around 650 B.C.  
  
The Prophet Habbakuk foresaw the destruction of the [[Jerusalem Temple]], the [[Babylonian Captivity]] and the later return of the captives to their native land. During the war with the Babylonians the [[prophet]] withdrew to Arabia, where the following miracle occurred. When he was bringing dinner to the reapers, he met an [[angel]] of the Lord, and instantly by the strength of his spirit he was transported to Babylon, where at the time the [[Daniel|Prophet Daniel]] was languishing in prison. The food intended for the reapers assuaged the hunger of the exhausted Prophet Daniel (Dan. 14:33-37).  
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The Prophet Habakkuk foresaw the destruction of the [[Jerusalem Temple]], the [[Babylonian Captivity]] and the later return of the captives to their native land. During the war with the Babylonians the [[prophet]] withdrew to Arabia, where the following miracle occurred. When he was bringing dinner to the reapers, he met an [[angel]] of the Lord, and instantly by the strength of his spirit he was transported to Babylon, where at the time the [[Daniel|Prophet Daniel]] was languishing in prison. The food intended for the reapers assuaged the hunger of the exhausted Prophet Daniel (Dan. 14:33-37).  
  
After the end of the war with the Babylonians, the Prophet Habbakuk returned to his homeland and died at a great old age. His relics were found at the time of Emperor Theodosius the Younger (408-450), together with the relics of the Prophet Micah (August 14).  
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After the end of the war with the Babylonians, the Prophet Habakkuk returned to his homeland and died at a great old age. His relics were found at the time of Emperor Theodosius the Younger (408-450), together with the relics of the Prophet Micah (August 14).  
  
The Fourth Ode of the [[Psalter]] ("O Lord, I have heard thy report, and was afraid...") is based on Habbakuk 3:2-19. His feast day is on [[December 2]].
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The Fourth Ode of the [[Psalter]] ("O Lord, I have heard thy report, and was afraid...") is based on Habakkuk 3:2-19. His feast day is on [[December 2]].
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
*[http://www.oca.org/FSlives.asp www.oca.org - Lives of Saints, December 2.]
 
*[http://www.oca.org/FSlives.asp www.oca.org - Lives of Saints, December 2.]
  
==External Link==
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==External link==
 
*[http://www.comeandseeicons.com/groups/otp02.htm Icon and Troparion of Prophet Habakkuk]
 
*[http://www.comeandseeicons.com/groups/otp02.htm Icon and Troparion of Prophet Habakkuk]
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Holy Prophet Habakkuk

The Holy Prophet Habakkuk, the eighth of the Twelve Minor Prophets, was descended from the Tribe of Simeon, and he prophesied around 650 B.C.

The Prophet Habakkuk foresaw the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple, the Babylonian Captivity and the later return of the captives to their native land. During the war with the Babylonians the prophet withdrew to Arabia, where the following miracle occurred. When he was bringing dinner to the reapers, he met an angel of the Lord, and instantly by the strength of his spirit he was transported to Babylon, where at the time the Prophet Daniel was languishing in prison. The food intended for the reapers assuaged the hunger of the exhausted Prophet Daniel (Dan. 14:33-37).

After the end of the war with the Babylonians, the Prophet Habakkuk returned to his homeland and died at a great old age. His relics were found at the time of Emperor Theodosius the Younger (408-450), together with the relics of the Prophet Micah (August 14).

The Fourth Ode of the Psalter ("O Lord, I have heard thy report, and was afraid...") is based on Habakkuk 3:2-19. His feast day is on December 2.

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