Category Archives: Micah

May 20: God’s Mercy in Justice

Read Micah 7:1-20 It’s bad. Turning away from God — it’s a terribly horrible way to live and it must be judged by the One True Judge. Because God is just and must deal with sin. He is true and … Continue reading

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May 19: What God Requires

Read Micah 6:1-16 God’s people had forgotten what God had really done for them. Not just forgotten, but turned away from Him as the Lord of their lives, the God of their nation. Sure, they offered sacrifices and followed the … Continue reading

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May 18: The Promise of Jesus

Read Micah 5:1-15 “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John 1:1). He’s been around since forever. From the very beginning of the very beginning, Jesus Christ has been. So it … Continue reading

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May 17: Prophetic Clarity

Read Micah 4:1-13 Communication without adequate context to understand it can be a frustrating experience. If you have ever been talking with someone who changed subjects without adequate warning, you know what I mean. Or perhaps the person seemed to … Continue reading

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May 16: Revere God’s Name

Read Micah 3:1-12 “For as long as they’re well paid and well fed, the prophets preach, ‘Isn’t life wonderful! Peace to all!’ But if you don’t pay up and jump on their bandwagon, their ‘God bless you’ turns into ‘God damn you.’ “(v11, … Continue reading

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May 15: Israel’s Broken Promises, God’s Unfailing Plan

Read Micah 2:1-13 They shared a covenantal relationship, Israel and Almighty God. Each had a part to fill, a promise to keep. God would call them His own, provide for them, bless them abundantly. The people of Israel would remember … Continue reading

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May 14: Micah’s Message

Read Micah 1:1-16 Israel had forgotten. They’d forgotten that Yahweh is the Sovereign Lord over all the earth. They’d forgotten the God whom they served, the One who had delivered them from slavery, rescued them for a Land of Promise. … Continue reading

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