Read Nahum 3 today.

This is the last chapter in Nahum. Tomorrow we begin reading Habakkuk.
This chapter concludes Nahum’s pronunciation of God’s judgment upon Assyria. The Assyrians trusted in their wealth, their military might, and their reputation. They believed in themselves, and they would discover their faith was in something that would not last.
Where do we place our faith? Is our trust placed in things that are temporary, in institutions and structures that have only the appearance of lasting power? Or do we place our trust in the God who created the universe? The God who was, and is, and always will be? The One who loved us so much that while we were still sinners, He died for us?
Nahum 3:18-19 NIV
King of Assyria, your shepherds slumber; your nobles lie down to rest. Your people are scattered on the mountains with no one to gather them. [19] Nothing can heal you; your wound is fatal. All who hear the news about you clap their hands at your fall, for who has not felt your endless cruelty?