Wow. This is long overdue. It’s been 3 and a half months since my last post. It’s not like life has been super crazy. Really, it hasn’t. 355 more words
Read Micah 3:1-12
Chapter 3 of Micah marks the beginning of the prophet’s second announcement of reprimand, judgment, and hope. Whereas chapters 1 and 2 pointed out sins like idolatry and covetousness amongst the people in general, Micah here points out sins that seem to have been demonstrated on the leadership levels. 300 more words
Read Micah 2:1-13
The consequences of sin are sometimes experienced in this life, sometimes in eternity, and sometimes covered by God’s grace and mercy.
Although God had, to some extent, silently endured the sinfulness of His people in Israel and Judah, He now uses the prophet Micah to expose their ways. 298 more words
‘Who is a God like You? You forgive sin… You love to be merciful.You will again have compassion on us… You will throw all our sins into the depths of the ocean!… You will bless us… You will set Your love upon us…’(7:18-20) – ‘I stand amazed in the presence of Jesus the Nazarene and wonder how He could love me, a sinner, condemned, unclean. 72 more words