Sermon: Who Do You Love?

Our journey through Micah continues this morning in chapter 2, beginning in verse 1. Micah is in the Old Testament, one of the minor prophets, minor in size, not significance. Micah is nestled with Obadiah and Jonah on the left and Nahum and Habakkuk on the right. Micah 2, beginning in verse 1. But before... Continue Reading →

Prayer: Speak Woe

A prayer on reading Micah 2: Holy and loving Father, We hope to never hear your words of woe,    rebuke    judgment We hope your eyes were closed,    your back was turned,       or you were sleeping and did not see what thoughts raced through our minds while others slept. We... Continue Reading →

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