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  • Micah - God's Lawyer Series

    Contributed by Paul Basehore on Nov 11, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    When you sin, don’t wallow in self-pity and make these absurd promises to God that you know you can’t keep. Just be honest with God -- admit that you've sinned -- and go back to following Him. That’s all he wants.

    Micah - God’s Lawyer William Jefferson was a congressman from the state of Louisiana for almost 20 years. His current location? Oakdale II Federal Correctional Institute in Beaumont, Texas, where he’ll stay until August 30, 2023. What did he do? In 2002 he used the resources of an more

  • Jesus Is The Answer

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    what doth the LORD require of thee

    Micah 6:1-8 Jesus is the Answer Micah’s ministry covered the reign of three Judean Kings (at least) – Jothan, Ahaz, and Hezekiah – in the eighth century with Hosea and Isaiah. I. The Mercy of God (6:1-5) (a) God's Declaration - 2 Hear ye, O mountains, the LORD’S more

  • More Than A Slogan

    Contributed by Mari Larson on Feb 19, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    We all know Micah 6:8, but there's a lot more to the message than just a T-shirt slogan.

    In the marathon subculture, T-shirts are everything. As a runner, you become a billboard for 26 miles, or 13, or 6, or in my case 3 miles. When I participated in my first 5K, I had to wear the shirt provided by my gym (since they paid the registration fee), but most of the time, each runner more

  • Do Good!

    Contributed by Amiri Hooker on May 4, 2017
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    I think when you look at this text in the Prophet Micah what is going on he is preaching against the reality of business as normal. The Is a sermon that challenges the idea that the beliver can be faithful to God and not do the work of Justice

    Do Good, Micah 6 Micah was one of those eighth-century prophets (along with First Isaiah, Amos, and Hosea) who had the unhappy call "to declare to Jacob his transgression, and to Israel his sin" (Micah 3:8). The problem, in Micah's view (not to mention God's) was the failure of God's people to more

  • Micah - True Worship Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Feb 4, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    True worships relates, it is a relationship, not rituals. True worship obeys. To obey is better than sacrifices. True worship impacts. It changes your life and influences others.

    God has chosen to bless His people Israel and through them, the world. • They were set apart to worship God and be His witnesses to the nations. • But sadly, the people have gone astray. God was pleading His case, calling the mountains and hills to be His witnesses. • 6:3 more

  • What Can We Bring To The Lord? Series

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Sep 17, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    God cares deeply about injustice toward people and is concerned that his people do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with him.

    Title: What Can We Bring to the Lord? Text: Micah 6:1-8 Thesis: God cares deeply about injustice toward people and is concerned that his people do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with him. (Micah 6:8 is a call to action… compassion, mercy, justice and humility. A church generally more

  • What The Lord Requires

    Contributed by Brian Gordon on Nov 7, 2011
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    What we learn from the empty religion of the Israelites

    I. Introduction A. If you’ve ever taken any time to study the Bible (particularly the Old Testament) you may have noticed that it is not written in chronological order. a. Sometimes that makes Bible Study a little difficult, because it takes a little work to put what you are reading in the more

  • What Does The Lord Require?

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on Jan 8, 2018
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    Message for the first Sunday of the New Year. Can we live like we want then make it all up to god on Sunday? Will God accept our worship if our lives are full of sin?

    In this, the first Sunday of the new year, this message is about putting first things first. Too often we get wrapped up in non-essentials and we put the cart before the house, we major on the minors, rather than major on the majors. Read Micah 6:1–8 Naples, Italy, is a city on the verge of more

  • "God Make Us Good Again"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jan 26, 2017

    The message helps us understand God doesn't expect us to be great, but he does expect us to be good by doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly.

    Four thousand years ago, barrenness was the ultimate disgrace; it was seen as a sign of divine disfavor. If you don’t have children, it’s because God’s got something against you. Period. A woman who couldn’t conceive suffered not only lack of approval, but also the threat of divorce. And barrenness more

  • The Case Of The People Of Israel Vs. God

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jan 26, 2017

    We have a choice. We can live in the grasp of sin and evil, or we can give our hearts over to Jesus. He gave everything He had, including his life, to rescue us from sin, so it’s only fair that we give Him everything we have, including our lives.

    How many of you have even been in court because of a lawsuit? If so, then the passage from Micah 6:1-8 sounds very familiar. This passage resembles a lawsuit that is being heard in court. Micah calls creation as a witness. The mountains, present throughout all of Israel’s history, are called more

  • "What Does God Want?"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 25, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon about mercy, justice, humility.

    “What Does God Want?” Micah 6:1-8 18 years ago I was an Associate Pastor at a big church in Macon, Georgia and also going to seminary at the same time. I felt God calling me to reach out to a community of folks I had just recently heard about. It was a homeless shelter for more

  • Foundational Guidance (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jul 18, 2017
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    How do we get guidance from the Lord? Begin with direction God has already given in His word. This message centers on the command to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God (Micah 6:8).

    Micah 6:8 3-6-16 What does God want you to do? Have you ever found yourself asking that question? At one level it is a daily question. Someone gets upset with you at work; and you need God’s wisdom on how to deal with it. You’re at the department store trying to decide which coffee pot to buy. more

  • What Does The Lord Want From Me?

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    So, what does the Lord want from us? Nothing. He’s done everything and continues to do much for us. God isn’t like that impossible boss or teacher; he’s a loving Father who graciously provided salvation for us. That knowledge will lead us to stop mutterin

    Did you ever have a teacher or a boss for whom you just couldn’t seem to do anything right? I had an art teacher like that. Now I admit, art is not something that I especially excel at but I did always try my best. In spite of my efforts, this teacher never seemed to be satisfied with any of the more

  • God's Will For Your Life

    Contributed by Ned Bartlebaugh on Jul 7, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Knowing God’s will for your life requires humility.

    One of the most exciting things about being a Christian is knowing that the God of all creation who spoke everything into existence and breathed life into man has a plan for each one of us today. That is a great source of comfort and peace. But sometimes as we get wrapped up in the busy-ness of more

  • Jurisdiction With God

    Contributed by Istvan Albert on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 29 ratings

    Introduction: The wittnesess in this court (Natrure 1-2vs) I.

    Introduction: The wittnesess in this court (Natrure 1-2vs) I. The Charge against God (v3.) - the fact of Exodus (v4.) - God's help in the conquest(v5.) - conclusion: there is no charge II. The transgression of Israel - false measures (vs10-11) - false speach (v12b.) - false more