Posted by: James Atticus Bowden | July 27, 2010

What the Bible Said Through Isaiah and Micah

From July 19th and 20th.   The prophet Micah prophesies between 750 and 686 BC.   He is a contemporary of Isaiah.  He calls on the judgment, weeping and mourning that is coming. 

Micah 2:  Woe to those who plan iniquity, to those who plot evil – and on

But deliverance is promised.  Isreal will have misery – and then rise. 

Plus 2 Chronicles, 2 Kings and Isaiah 36

The story of King Hezekiah.   Interesting story.   Hezekiah was a proud king.   But, then he repented.  The Lord saves him and Jerusalem from certain destruction.  He gets a reprieve from death.  Then, when he finds out that Babylon is coming to destroy Jerusalem and haul the Jews off into slavery, he is relieved to find out it won’t happen during his life.   People are people.

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