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In these first
three chapters we read the details concerning the events of and the reasons
for the proclamation that ALL the nations of the world are going to come
to know that "Yahveh is God"
#1608 Chapter 1 In this first chapter we learn about the adulterous "sin of Samaria", the primary cause of our problems and great tribulation to come.
#1609 Chapter 2 We ignore His true prophets (i.e. Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Micah, Joel, Ezekiel, David, Amos, etc.), and instead listen to any Tom, Dick or Harry who comes along saying "Jesus is Lord", "Praise the Lord", and gives them a "buzz" and a "warm fuzzy feeling" with the tasty sputtering wine of fornication (idolatry). Thus they remain Biblically illiterate in their drunken stupor and they stagger in confusion.
#1610 Chapter 3 Now Micah is going to show us what it is that the false prophets of today preach which cause our people to "err" and go astray from the Word of God.
The good news
is that His kingdom IS coming soon and His will shall be done on
earth as it is in heaven. Is that not what we look forward to and pray
for? Therefore, let us eat our daily bread from the Word of God and walk
in His ways, for there is none like Yahveh!
#1611Chapter 4 The bottom line is that the people shall be taught the difference between the two Jesus Christs, i.e. between the real Christ and His ways and the Instead-of-Christ (Satan) and his ways.
#1612 Chapter 5 We shall see the end result of that great spiritual battle when our Father shall cut off the Evil one and his troops and remove the gross idolatry, and that "image" that the son of perdition is Jesus Christ, from the house of Israel once and for all.
#1613 Chapter 6 Do you "Seek Him" or do you "Seek Bethel"? Are you a Christ-man or are you a Church-man?
Chapter 7 You see, it all begins with the "transgression
of Jacob" and the "sin of Samaria", which is the idolatry of our people
who have been lead astray from the Word of God where justice and truth
abide and instead are taught to follow after the traditions of men.