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Biblical Outline: Micah

Peace & Blessings Beloved,

TGBTG for allowing us to see another day. I pray all is well with you and yours, and that your week has been fruitful & blessed thus far.

In this Series, we are going to further our in-depth study of each book of the Holy Bible, breaking each book into the major themes and topics contained therein. Today we'll outline the thirty-third book of the Bible, Micah.

  • Title (1:1)

  • First Cycle: Judgment and Restoration of Israel and Judah (1:2;2:13)

    • Judgment on Israel and Judah (1:2;2:11)

      1. The predicted destruction (1:2-7)

      2. Lamentation over the destruction (1:8-16)

      3. Woe to oppressive land-grabbers (2:1-5)

      4. Condemnation of the wealthy wicked and their false prophets (2:6-11)

    • Restoration of a Remnant (2:12-13)

  • Second Cycle: Indictment of Judah's Leaders, but Future Hope for God's People (chapters 3-5)

    • Indictment of Judah's Leaders (chapter 3)

      1. Guilty civil leaders (3:1-4)

      2. False prophets of peace and Micah's response (3:5-8)

      3. Corrupt leaders and Zion's fall (3:9-12)

    • Future Hope for God's People (chapters 4-5)

      1. The coming kingdom (4:1-5)

      2. Restoration of a remnant and Zion (4:6-8)

      3. From distress to deliverance (4:9-10)

      4. From siege to victory (4:11-13)

      5. From helpless ruler to ideal king (5:1-4)

      6. The ideal king delivers his people (5:5-6)

      7. The remnant among the nations (5:7-9)

      8. Obliteration of military might and pagan worship (5:10-15)

  • Third Cycle: God's Charges against His People and the Ultimate Triumph of His Kingdom (chapters 6-7)

    • God's Charges against His People (6:1;7:7)

      1. A divine covenant lawsuit (6:1-8)

      2. Further charges and the sentence (6:9-16)

      3. A lament over a decadent society (7:1-7)

    • The Ultimate Triumph of God's Kingdom (7:8-20)

      1. An expression of trust (7:8-10)

      2. A promise of restoration (7:11-13)

      3. A prayer, the Lord's answer, and the response (7:14-17)

      4. A hymn of praise to God (7:18-20)

May we establish, nurture, and grow a sincere love for the word of God, and study it lovingly & faithfully.

I pray you receive this with the love intended, and apply it to wisdom.

May the joy of the Lord continue to be your strength.

Love you much.

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Blessed!

-Humble Servant

P.S- If you have not given your life to Jesus Christ, I implore you to take the time to do so right now. Use John 3:16 & Romans 10:9-10 as a foundation for making your confession of faith. And use Ephesians 2:1-10 to provide proper context for your salvation

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