After God answers Habakkuk's first question by telling Habakkuk that the wicked Babylonians were coming to judge Judah, the prophet is left confused. How can a holy God use a wicked foreign nation to judge the people of God? Many Christians are left wondering today how politicians that have committed corruption and fraud are left unpunished. Recent events also so massive fraud by hedge funds in shorting AMC and Game Stop. How are hedge funds able to get away with things that should be illegal and are definitely unethical? And yet, they received no real consequences. Habakkuk first praises God for being eternal, holy, and righteous. But then he asks God to explain how a holy God could use a wicked people to accomplish his will. Pastor Robert Rohlin explains how God does not operate on our time schedule but always stays true to His holy character. God will judge the wicked. He is always righteous and always true to His character and His covenants. 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.