But I will look to the Lord
I will wait for the God of my salvation;
My God will hear me (HCSB)
Micah was overcome with grief over Judah’s fall into total ungodliness, The degradation of their moral fiber, The righteous abandoned their faith and forsook God (7:2), Debauchery among citizens was such that no one trusted anyone, and Government corruption was common place. (7:3a) Both hands are good at accomplishing evil; the official and the judge demand a bribe,
Today, the racial/civil unrest, corruption, protesting, and need for war that plague humanity is no different. Micah shows us how to live in the world without becoming a part of it, How to stand firm in the face of adversity. For those who cling to their faith have access to His promise of deliverance, restoration and victory in Him.
(7:8) Do not rejoice over me, my enemy! Though…
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