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  • Minor micah

    1. 1. Micah Pure ReligionMicah 6:8 He has shown you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you But to do justly, To love mercy, And to walk humbly with your God?
    2. 2. B ac kgroundMic ah means “ Who is like J ehovah? ”( 7: 18) Who is a G od like You, P ardoning iniquity A nd pas s ing over the trans gres s ion of the remnant of His herita ge? He does not retain His anger forever, B ec aus e He de lights in merc y.
    3. 3. B ac kgroundMic ah is from Mores heth, s mall town 20 miles from J erus alemP rophet to J udah, but als o to Is raelD uring time of Is a iah, Hos ea, J onah and A mos ( 750 – 700 BC )
    4. 4. O utline of Mic ah1 – P redic tion of J udgment ( 1: 1 – 3:12) Idolatry C ovetous nes s Wic ked men Witc hc raft & D ec eit C orruption2 – P redic tion of R es toration ( 4: 1 – 5:15)3 – P lea for R epentanc e ( 6: 1 –
    5. 5. L e s s ons from Mic a h1 – We can trust Gods Word because of fulfilled prophecy( 5: 2) " B ut you, B ethlehem E phrathah, Though you are little among the thous ands of J udah, Yet out of you s hall c ome forth to Me The O ne to be R uler in Is rael, Whos e goings forth are from of old, F rom everlas ting. "
    6. 6. L e s s ons from Mic a h2 – God demands holy living from His people( 6: 8) He has s hown you, O man, what is good; A nd what does the L ord require of you B ut to do jus tly, To love merc y, A nd to walk humbly with your G od?
    7. 7. L e s s ons from Mic a h2 – God demands holy living from His people“ The piety that G od a pproves c ons is ts of three elements : a s tric t adherenc e in that whic h is equitable in all dealings with our fellowmen; a heart determined to do them good; and dilige nt c are to live in c los e a nd intimate fellows hip with G od. ” C harles F einberg
    8. 8. L e s s ons from Mic a h3 – Gods people can be influenced for the worse if they do not stay grounded in His Word.Influenc e on our thinking is “ s neaky”If we are not full of the Word – We c an be filled with fals e notions and ideas
    9. 9. L e s s ons from Mic a h4 – We will have no one to blame but ourselves if we fall away.R ec ent s ermon – L os ers L impWe s eek to blame everyone and everything exc ept ours elvesG od will hold us res pons ible for our c hoic es
    10. 10. L e s s ons from Mic a h5 – God will always be with His people.G od will always love you – in s pite ofG od will always c are for thos e who are HisG od is unde r c ovenant with His people
    11. 11. L e s s ons from Mic a h6 – We must learn the nature of repentance.More than jus t regret for our ac tionMore than s orrow that we got c aught2 C orinthians 7:10 F or godly s orrow produc es re pentanc e leading to s alvation, not to be regretted; but the s orrow of
    12. 12. L e s s ons from Mic a h6 – We must learn how to repent. How To Repent:1. Know the course you’re on leads to death.2. Learn the course you should be on.3. Resolve to follow the course.
    13. 13. L e s s ons from Mic a h7 – God did not just cover our sins, He removed them.(7:18-19) 18 Who is a God like You, pardoning iniquity and passing over the transgression of the remnant of His heritage? He does not retain His anger forever, because He delights in mercy. 19 He will again have compassion on us, and will subdue our iniquities. You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea.
    14. 14. C onc luding Q ues tion The question for tonight is this: Are you truly one of His people?

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