Micah 2 (ESV)
Woe to the Oppressors
Now Micah puts his finger on the sins of covetousness and stealing and oppression and pride.
1 Woe to those who devise wickedness…1,074 more words
My last two weeks have been dominated by a focus on sounds: the tearing of tape being removed from a box, the crackle of opening a plastic pastry box, the creaking of my office chair, breathing… Deep breaths, shallow breathing, congestion, wheezing… My own breathing. 839 more words
The latter half of Micah includes passages about judgement, God’s frustration with the people of Israel, and a prophetic utterance about the future king of Israel coming from a tiny blip-of-a-town, Bethlehem. 383 more words