MICAH CH 6-7
In this last section of the book of Micah (Ch 6-7) we are immediately plunged into a courtroom drama, with God acting as prosecutor and Israel as the defendant.
God takes the stand and asked Israel if there is any reason to justify their unfaithfulness to Him?
He reminds them of the way He brought them out of Egypt, led them through the wilderness under the care of Moses, Aaron and Miriam, and even turned the counsel of Balak into a seven-fold blessing at the hand of Balaam. God askes the question: ‘What more could I have done?’ ‘Having led you and provided for you up to this time, why do you think you now have to turn to your false gods?’
The same question could be asked of each of us. God has shown many times over how faithful He is, yet we so often turn to our own natural resources to help us out of the problems we face.
Then Micah gives us one of the greatest verses in the Bible: “He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?”
Categories | 1 Kings
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