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Micah 5 - AMP

2 But you, Bethlehem Ephratah, you are little to be among the clans of Judah; out of you shall One come forth for Me Who is to be Ruler in Israel, Whose goings forth have been from of old, from ancient days (eternity). 3 Therefore shall He give them up until the time that she who travails has brought forth; then what is left of His brethren shall return to the children of Israel. 4 And He shall stand and feed His flock in the strength of the Lord, in the majesty of the name of the Lord His God; and they shall dwell , for then shall He be great to the ends of the earth. 5 And this shall be our peace. When the Assyrian comes into our land and treads upon our soil and in our palaces, then will we raise against him seven shepherds and eight princes among men. 6 And they shall rule and waste the land of Assyria with the sword and the land of Nimrod within her gates. Thus shall He deliver us from the Assyrian when he comes into our land and when he treads on our borders. 7 Then the remnant of Jacob shall be in the midst of many peoples like dew from the Lord, like showers upon the grass which tarry not for man nor wait for the sons of men. 8 And the remnant of Jacob shall be among the nations in the midst of many peoples like a lion among the beasts of the forest, like a young lion among the flocks of sheep which, when it goes through, treads down and tears in pieces, and there is no deliverer. 9 Your hand will be lifted up above your adversaries, and all your enemies shall be cut off. 10 And in that day, says the Lord, I will cut off your horses from among you and will destroy your chariots. 11 And I will cut off the cities of your land and throw down all your strongholds. 12 And I will cut off witchcrafts and sorceries from your hand, and you shall have no more soothsayers. 13 Your carved images also I will cut off and your statues or pillars out of your midst, and you shall no more worship the work of your hands. 14 And I will root out your Asherim and I will destroy your cities . 15 And in anger and wrath I will execute vengeance upon the nations which would not obey .

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Patrick O'Loughlin avatar
What Jesus wants for Christmas
Shared by: Patrick O'Loughlin on Dec, 2016
Summary: This is a sermon on What does Jesus want for Christmas.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Micah 5:2-5
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 37
Jeff Strite avatar
Bethlehem Travelogue
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Feb, 2016
Summary: Having just returned from a trip to Israel, this is the first of my talks about what I learned. Bethlehem is the place God chose for Jesus to be born... but why Bethlehem and what does the present day city tell us about our faith?
based on 6 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Views: 1,789
Craig Condon avatar
The Long-Prophesied Prince of Peace
Shared by: Craig Condon on Dec, 2015
Summary: The only way for us to have true peace is to say that we want to live like Christians and then act like we want to live as Christians. The only way that can happen is if we welcome the Prince of Peace into our lives with open arms.
Charl Swart avatar
Shared by: Charl Swart on Dec, 2015
Summary: What is the significance with regards to the place, Bethlehem and the manger, where Jesus was born. Can we find any significance in it. Does it have any meaning for us today. After all, God did choose where Jesus should be born. The question is why there?
Scripture: Micah 5:2 Luke 2:1-7
Denomination: Apostolic
Views: 799
Brian Bill avatar
Born in Bethlehem
Shared by: Brian Bill on Dec, 2015
Summary: Jesus was born in the right place at the right time so that you can respond right now.
Paul Barreca avatar
The Jesus that Always Was
Shared by: Paul Barreca on Dec, 2015
Summary: Only a Messiah who was truly God could save humanity.
Series: Jesus- B.C.
John Gaston avatar
"But you, Bethlehem..."
Shared by: John Gaston on Dec, 2015
Summary: A humble village, through its association with Christ, became one of the most famous places on Earth. Christ can take our inconspicuous lives and get great glory through them, if we will only yield them to Him!
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 1,074
Perry Greene avatar
Looking Ahead
Shared by: Perry Greene on Dec, 2015
Summary: Bethlehem was a key location in the Bible. It was the place of Jesus' birth. It was also key to the story of Rachel and her son, Benjamin.
Manny Salva Cruz avatar
The Humble Birth of the Savior
Shared by: Manny Salva Cruz on Nov, 2015
Summary: Great things come from small beginnings. This is what we can learn on that first Christmas when Christ was born of humble beginnings and rose to be King of Israel.
Series: Christmas
Terry Laughlin avatar
The Cast of Christmas
Shared by: Terry Laughlin on Nov, 2015
Summary: William Shakespeare penned these words in his play, As You Like It, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances…”
John Lowe avatar
The Peace of Christmas
Shared by: John Lowe on Sep, 2015
Summary: In the midst of national uncertainty brought on by terrorist attacks, and personal turmoil resulting from high unemployment and natural disasters, can the hope of Christmas still deliver peace?
Stephen Belokur avatar
Advent 2014 Part 2
Shared by: Stephen Belokur on Dec, 2014
Summary: It was prophesied that Jesus would be born in Bethlehem which means the House of Bread. Then He goes on to claim to be the Bread of Life. Micah 5:2 also reveals that the One to come is from eternity past! What an awesome God we serve! PTL!!
Series: Advent 2014
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: Nazarene
Views: 1,853
Craig Benner avatar
Christmas Travels
Shared by: Craig Benner on Dec, 2013
Summary: So many were led by the Holy Spirit to make the trip to Bethlehem to celebrate the first Christmas. Where are you at on your journey to worship the King of kings?
Scripture: Micah 5:2-5
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 437
Dr.W.Samuel Legon avatar
Shared by: Dr.W.Samuel Legon on Dec, 2013
Summary: Who is the messiah many do not no who he is.
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 620
Christopher Holdsworth avatar
The Deliverer
Shared by: Christopher Holdsworth on Nov, 2013
Summary: Bethlehem, after all, is no mean city...
based on 7 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:1-6
Views: 1,018
J Jeffrey  Smead avatar
O’ Little Town Of Bethlehem
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Dec, 2012
Summary: In forty brief words, Micah tells the story of a very special town. Though his words may be brief, they contain a wealth of spiritual truth. The Story Of Bethlehem is a special story that needs to be told and retold. Especially in these days.
Danny Janes avatar
Shared by: Danny Janes on Dec, 2012
Summary: A slightly shorter message -- ideal for Christmas Eve, Candlelight Services, Cantata devotional, or condensed preaching time. When Christmas comes, will God find you working (like the shepherds), watching (like the wise men), or expectantly waiting (like
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 1,394
Don Schultz avatar
Shared by: Don Schultz on Jan, 2012
Summary: Where does one find peace in this "unpeaceful" world?
Scripture: Micah 5:2-5
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 799
Jonathan McLeod avatar
The Promise of the Birth in Bethlehem
Shared by: Jonathan McLeod on Dec, 2011
Summary: You may appear to many to be insignificant, but Jesus was born to be your Savior.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 966
allan kircher avatar
"Such a Little Town"
Shared by: allan kircher on Dec, 2011
Summary: One person, changed by a relationship with Jesus Christ, who acknowledges the Messiah as his/her Shepherd, Can change his/her world that they live in.
Scripture: Micah 5:1-5
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 828
Ed Vasicek avatar
Bethlehem 2011
Shared by: Ed Vasicek on Dec, 2011
Summary: It is Providential that the Old Testament history of Bethlehem foreshadows the birth, person, and work of the Messiah.
based on 8 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 1,837
David McNally avatar
Insignificant? Not to God.
Shared by: David McNally on Dec, 2011
Summary: At Christmas we remember the birth of Jesus our Saviour in the 'little town of Bethlehem', an insignificant little town in the middle east, but nothing and no one is insignificant to God, who loves every human being and sent His only-begotten Son to die o
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Scripture: Micah 5:2
Views: 1,232
suresh manoharan avatar
Shared by: suresh manoharan on Nov, 2011
Summary: To glorify The Reason for the season by focusing on a "mystifying", prophetical scripture portion -Micah 5:2
Scripture: Micah 5:2
Denomination: *other
Views: 499
Isaac Butterworth avatar
The King Who Rules God's Kingdom
Shared by: Isaac Butterworth on Apr, 2011
Summary: God has established Jesus as King over all the earth.
Scripture: Micah 5:1-5
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 693
Glenn Durham avatar
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Shared by: Glenn Durham on Dec, 2010
Summary: God humbles himself to save a people who have fallen very low indeed.
Series: Advent
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:1-6:8
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 1,199
Gordon Curley avatar
0 Little Town of Bethlehem
Shared by: Gordon Curley on Nov, 2010
Summary: Bethlehem. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email: gcurley@gcurley.info)
Scripture: Micah 5:1-4
Denomination: Brethren
Views: 720
Richard Futrell avatar
Bethlehem, O Bethlehem
Shared by: Richard Futrell on Oct, 2010
Summary: Nothing can take Christ’s promises away from you, for He was born in the town of Bethlehem to make it so. And no one can take you away from Him, for He seals that promise in His death and His blood.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:2-5
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 881
Don Schultz avatar
Shared by: Don Schultz on Jan, 2010
Summary: Jesus is your peace. Nothing else works.
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Micah 5:2-5
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 1,103
Rodney Fry avatar
Shared by: Rodney Fry on Jan, 2010
Summary: In this lesson, we shall consider Micah's second message... a. As presented in Mic 3:1-5:15 b. Which follows a similar theme as in the previous message: 1) God's condemnation of Israel 2) With a glimpse of the future hope
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Scripture: Micah 3:1-5:15
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,824
Gregg Bitter avatar
The Shepherd Came Even for You
Shared by: Gregg Bitter on Jan, 2010
Summary: Jesus came in lowliness, but he is divine, eternal Shepherd. He shepherds us, laying down his life for his sheep and drawing us close into his arms.
Scripture: Micah 5:2-4
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 828