Micah 7:15-20

Micah finishes his prophecy in a word of hope, that Israel will be restored and re-established, and God himself will show himself to be great. "Who is a God like unto thee?"

Micah 7:5-15

Micah is not optimistic about the heart of sinful man; he warns his people that because iniquity abounds, they may not be able to trust even their closest relations.

Micah 6:16-7:5

Brokenhearted Micah bemoans the misery which old Israel had fallen into because of their rejection of God and his Word.

Micah 6:8-15

Micah contrasts the evil of the people of old Israel with God's requirement of his people to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly before the Lord.

Micah 6:6-8

What good does the Lord require of us? To do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly before him.

Micah 6:1-5

The Lord seems to be taking his people to court, and laying out the charges that he would make against them. "What have I done to you?" He says, "that you have rejected me this way?"

Micah 5:2-15

The Ruler of Israel was to be born in Bethlehem; but to those in ancient Judah, who were about to be sold into captivity in Babylon, it might not have been seen as possible.

Micah 5:1-2

Micah's famous prophecy of the "first" coming of Christ, the birth of Messiah, which was foretold to be in the Little Town of Bethlehem, in Judah.

Micah 4:6-13

This is a prophecy first regarding the coming millennial kingdom, "In that day…" when the nation of Israel will be restored. But before that, Micah says Judah would be taken off into captivity in Babylon because of their sins.

Micah 4:1-5

Predicting Israel's coming Golden Age, in the last days when the Jews recognize their Messiah, and it ushers in a glorious return to righteousness and peace.

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