Judgment Against Israel and Judah
Questions for Study 1
Memory Verse: 2:13
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I. The Time of Micah's Call (1:1-16)
1. Who is Micah? (1-2) What was his vision about? Who was it to?
2. Who did Micah say was coming? (3-4) Why? (5-7)
3. What was Micah response to the news? Where was the message to be proclaimed? (10-13) What would be the means of the Lord? (14-16) What can be learned about the Lord?
II. Lamentation for Coming Destruction (2:1-13)
4. What were the people like in Micah's time? (1-2) What was the Lord's response to these sins? (3-5)
5. What did the false prophets say to Micah? (6) What was the Lord's reply? (7) How did the Lord point out that the people are not upright? (8-11)
6. What does the Lord promise about the remnant of Israel? Who leads them? What could this be referring to?
III. The Leaders Condemned (3:1-12)
7. What did Micah tell the leaders? (1) Instead what where they like? (2-3) How are some like this even today? Will the unrepentant by able to escape the consequences of their sinful ways?
8. What kind of prophets did the people want? (5) How does God respond to messages that don't have the need for repentance? (6-7) Why are all in the need for repentance?
9. How did Micah receive the strength to preach the truth? (8) Because of this was he afraid to speak even to the leaders? (9-10)
10. How did the leaders and false prophets go on sinning and yet believed that they were still God's special people? (11) What is the result of such self deception? Do some religious people today believe the same?