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The Book of Micah

Approximately the time period of 2nd Kings 15 – 20

735 – 700 BC


Micah prophesied judgment and impending doom for Israel and Judah in the first three chapters. However, Chapters 4 and 5 offer comfort and assurance that God’s house will be established, and a remnant will return to Zion. In Chapters 6 and 7, we learn about salvation through the analogy of a lawsuit and true worship. Micah reminds us to have faith in the Lord, who alone can show compassion and provide hope.

About The Authur

From humble beginnings in Moresheth, Micah emerged as a prophet for the ages. His mastery of classical Hebrew poetry is renowned, and his message of championing the oppressed and advocating for true religion has resonated throughout time. Despite his family’s insignificant status, Micah rose to greatness and left a lasting legacy that continues to inspire us today. Let his story encourage you to pursue your own divine purpose, no matter where you start in life.