God will burn the city of man! But before destruction reaches its fullness in this city, an Abjiah, one whose Father is Jehovah, will come, pleasing to the LORD, but stricken and smitten with the sickness of sin, and He will die, and all will morn for Him in the city of God. This Son’s death will be salvation – but in the house of Jeroboam no remedy will be found.
Thinking about our Enemies (Micah 4:9-5:1)
Micah gives us 3 ways to think about our enemies in connection to the glory of God…
Seek and Save the Lost (Luke 19:1-10)
Salvation is not merely something Jesus accomplished it is who He is!
Kingdom Mercies (Micah 4:6-8)
In the face of despair God’s remnant people will not lose heart because God’s tender mercies will triumph even over death!
Mountain of the Lord (Micah 4:1-5)
The long and short of Micah’s first glorious vision of the church in the latter days is that She will always triumphantly rise above all others, following the pattern of her Bridegroom. And she will always have the resources of the Word of the Lord which thoroughly equips us for all of life and the PEACE that passes understanding. The vision is not something you have to ‘make’ a reality – it IS the reality of God’s remnant church! Therefore… Live in this truth!
Spiritual Presumption (Micah 3:9-12)
What does it mean to abuse the name of God? And what does it looks like on the opposite end when God’s name is activated?
True or False (Micah 3:5-8)
In the New Year we admit that there is no excuse for us, if we do not follow what the Lord prescribes. He will ever guide us and empower us by His Spirit. Are you ready?
Wolves in Shepherds clothing (Micah 3:1-4)
God’s warnings highlight God’s grace when taken seriously!
Christmas Plan, Plain Prophecy (Micah 5:2-6)
Micah tells us about God through the Shepherd King God will send and focuses on how He will be our Peace, and He will be our strength. Christmas tells us wonderful things about God but in surprisingly humble ways!
My Shepherd the Breaker (Micah 2:12-13)
Sing the dear Savior’s glorious fame, Who bears the Breaker’s wondrous name; Sweet name, and it be-comes him well, Who breaks down sin, guilt, death, and hell.