The Webster family enjoyed the good life of weekend shopping sprees, nice cars, and a beautiful home. Matt Webster (Chris Steele) was respected by his peers and envied as the man who had it all. But it took a financial crisis to show Matt that all things work together for good to those who stand strong in faith.
Nahum confronts us with the uncomfortable truth that the Living God is both full of goodness and full of anger. We might like a "well-behaved god; who doesn't get 'emotional' about evil and injustice, a god who indulges our sins and cleans up our mess without creating a scene. However, this jealous and avenging God of Nahum is the God whose tolerance of evil and passionate love is the only hope of the world.