"Moreover, wine and wealth are treacherous; the proud man [the Chaldean Invader] is restless and cannot stay at home"
His appetite is large like that of sheol and [his greed] is like death and cannot be satisfied; he gather to himself all nations, and collect all people as if he owned them."
LastDayWatchers I want you to know that some of the greatest scholars in the history of bible study have given the Amplified Bible as the best translation to this verse.
Some of the most esteem editors that have contributed to the Amplified Bible translation are to name a few
Frederic William Bush, PH.D, ... Fuller Theological Seminary
R.K. Harrison, PH.D, .... Gord-Conwell Theological Seminar
H.R. Minn PH.D, .... University of Auckland
Sylvio Scorza PH.D, TH.D, .... Northwestern College
Bruce Waltke, TH.D, PH.D, .... Regent College
Kyle M. Yates, PH.D, .... Baylor University
They all agree with the Amplified Bible translation of Habakkuk verse 5
LastDayWatchers notice how this verse can only apply to President George W. Bush, it describe not only his alcoholic nature and his treacherous Bush family wealth which has been well chronicled by socialite writers
However Habakkuk farther identifies him as a proud and arrogant Iraq Invader [Chaldean Invader]!
LastDayWatchers look how Habakkuk describe how "weighted" down this arrogant proud man would become because of his illegal invasion"
From the post The Bush Administration in Prophecy