The thirty-fifth book in the Old Testament is that of Habakkuk, the eighth of the Minor Prophets.
In the last years of the Kingdom of Judah the changes made by the good King Josiah had been overturned by his successors. The kingdom had once again descended into sin and this prompted the prophet Habakkuk to ask God why He was not punishing them. All of Habakkuk's questions are answered by God and the prophet is told of what is soon going to happen. The book ends with Habakkuk's prayer to, and praise for, God.