Today we read one chapter of Revelation , the last chapter of Nahum and the first chapter of Habakkuk
Revelation 4. John is shown the throne room of Heaven. Someone is sitting on the throne. A rainbow is over it, 24 elders are around it, in the front are seven lamps, representing the seven-fold spirit of God. Around it are also four creatures, one like a lion, representing Jesus as king (Matthew), one like an ox representing Jesus as a servant (Mark), one with the face of man representing the humanity of Christ (Luke), and the fourth like an eagle representing Jesus is God (John). All sing or say praises, a true worship.
Nahum 3. The prophet Nahum ends with a “woe to Nineveh.”
Habakkuk 1 begins with the prophet’s first complaint and the LORD’s reply. After that the prophet pours out his second complaint.