Micah 3:5-12

God holds the leaders of a people more responsible, and here he spells out the sins of the spiritual leaders, the prophets and preachers who were into worse sins than the common people!

Micah 2:12-3:4

Prophecies carry with them not only judgment on the unrepentant wicked, but mercy and grace to those who repent and believe God.

Micah 2:1-11

The more things change, the more they remain the same. We find here that ancient Israel had the same sorts of problems that we have today in society.

Micah 1:13-2:1

The prophet reveals judgment and redemption. He pronounces judgment not only for the sins of the surrounding nations, but also for the sins in the capitals, Samaria and Jerusalem.

Micah 1:8-12

God chose a tender-hearted prophet to deliver a message of judgment. God would rather pardon than punish, but when things get to a certain point, He must step in.

Micah 1:2-7

Micah was delivering a message of judgment against the cities of Samaria and Jerusalem. Their sin was earning them the wages of earthquakes and fire.

Micah 1:1-2

An introduction to Micah the prophet with a broken heart. He begins with a word directed to the two capitals of the divided nation of Israel. That is, Samaria in the North, and Jerusalem in the south.

1 John 5:13-21

John's final reminders; those who believe on the Lord Jesus Christ have everlasting life, but let them be sure to not go back into the pig-pen!

1 John 5:6-12

He that has Jesus has life; he that does not have Christ does not have life. Believe on Christ not because we have to, but out of response to his magnanimous and sacrificial love. We OUGHT to love him; He gave all He could for us! He is completely lovable.

1 John 5:4-6

Jesus Christ was light and love; he was God in the flesh, who came by water and blood. He overcame the world, the flesh, and the devil… and we can too, by faith in Him!

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