SUMMARY The book of Micah contains a series of prophecies that took place during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (1:1). This makes Micah a contemporary of the prophet Isaiah. Micah was a prophet of the Lord, and he was called to preach to the people of Samaria (capital of Israel) and Jerusalem (capital … More The Message of Micah
Things in the world go from bad to worse in Genesis 6. This chapter begins by describing the downward spiral mankind’s sinfulness. God declares a judgment of destruction by means of a de-creation through a flood.
Genesis 11 gives an account of humanity’s refusal to obey the Lord and their attempt to be great apart from the Lord. The people departed from God’s original command to be “fruitful and multiply and fill the earth” (Gen. 1:28).
Habakkuk saw the comprise and corruption in the lives of the people of Judah, and this greatly bothered him. It seemed as if God was idle and was not doing anything about it, so the prophet complained (1:2-4). God in His kindness answered the perplexed prophet. His answer informed Him that despite what Habakkuk thinks, … More Why Does God Seem Inactive? (Habakkuk 1:12-2:20)
Have you ever noticed that strange and terrible things are happening in the world? The answer to that question is really obvious. It would be really hard not to notice. But what’s not always obvious is why strange and terrible things are happening. Sometimes things happen and we simply have no answers. One of the … More An Overview of Habakkuk