In the wake of a hotly contested election fraught with fraud, Pastor Robert Rohlin searches the Scriptures for a biblical perspective on Christians living in a corrupt society. The search leads to Habakkuk. The prophet asks God a series of questions. In this introductory message, Habakkuk asks God, "Why aren't you doing something about all the evil corruption around me?" God answers this question by affirming that He will judge and chasiste Judah for their corruption and that He will use the ungodly and cruel Chaldeans (Babylonians) to do so. This answer will prompt the other questions that spark a dialoge between Habakkuk and his God throughout the rest of the book. Pastor Robert Rohlin is the executive pastor at First Baptist Church Las Coilnas in Irving Texas -- a family integrated church in the Baptist Missionary Association.