Micah Chapter 7 Discussion

  • GiGi - in Reply on Micah 7

    When we choose to forgive another person, it can take time to get the hurt and even anger out of our system when we recall what was said of done to us by another person. It helps to make a decision that when you think of them and /or the offense to acknowledge that they sinned against you but remind yourself and that you have forgiven them and pray for them. Also, determining that you will treat them with love, respect, and kindness instead of anger and resentment or payback is a good approach to interacting people who have sinned against you. If the person you are forgiving has a habit of being hurtful, it can be best to limit your interactions with that person or simply replace the relationship with someone who is godly and kind.
  • Streetpreacher - in Reply on Micah 7
    God wants us to follow His Son, Jesus.

    He desires we walk in forgiveness.

    We can still love family and friends that are not saved_yet. You, praying on your knees might break the chains that hold them captive. That is true love.

    It is probably best if we separate ourselves from drunken parties and etc. Not dress like we used to. You know what I mean?

    It's best to witness our change in a smaller get togethers. If they ask you why your face seems to glow? You can tell them Jesus is the reason.

    You can invite them to meet you at your church, so you can sit together. Pray to the Lord to touch their hearts with the power of the Holy Spirit.

    One person praying for others can be the reason they come to know Jesus. Don't be weary in well doing. Faith goes where angels fear to tread. We have Jesus as our protection. Let your faith get huge, reading the Bible.

    We can grow from David the shepherd boy, to David, Giant Killer. His faith was in God__not his ability to throw rocks. God took the rock and it caved-in Goliaths nasal cavities and entered his brain. Instant death. I know that sounds gross.

    But David had challenged God, and God sent David to confront Goliath. David only knew that God would go with him. Maybe David was about your age. :)
  • JoElle on Micah 7
    I was wondering did Israel spend more time in their sin than they did in their captivity? Or was just based on their acknowledging their sin .

    I know that when I sin against God only do I sin .of course that's is what David said in the Bible . So one day when I was praying

    I said I forgive so and so but I don't want to hang with them anymore or talk to them

    But God still talks to us as if we nv sinned against Him . I know man is not God and His thoughts are not huour thoughts .

    My question is cause I feel it depends on the person , the sin . Should I feel compassion . I was told forgive and feeling should come later.
  • Ozella on Micah 7
    what is truth forgive
  • Chris - in Reply on Micah 7:8
    You're spot on. It's in Matthew 16:1-3.
  • Tish Stewart on Micah 7:8
    Can you tell me where in the bible is reference to the saying RED SKY IN MORNING SAILOR TAKE WARNING...RED SKY AT NIGHT SAILOR'S DELIGHT...I know it won't be worded this way but I Was told that this is drawn from something mentioned in I think they said the Book of Matthew perhaps...your help would be most appreciated.
  • BSP on Micah 7:8
    We want to patiently wait on Jehovah God to take action and put our trust in Him.
  • Mae - in Reply on Micah 7:7
    Please be strong in the Lord. Praying for you.
  • Judith Edwards - in Reply on Micah 7:7
    I ask Our Father, and Our God to cleanse, and heal your body from the inside out, that by His Stripes (Jesus) I called you healed in His Name, and that no other weapons formed against you, or your family not prosper, I pray that God would embrace you in His Love, and bring you peace that will surpass your understanding, and that you will learn on His everlasting arm knowing, and trusting that He is perfectly capable of Holding you up no matter which way you lean. I pray the in Almighty Sacred Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Amen!
  • Louis - in Reply on Micah 7
    John 16:13 Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come. Psalm 48:14 For this God is our God for ever and ever: he will be our guide even unto death.
  • Debra Grocesley on Micah 7
    CHAP 7 AND VERSE 5 I think Lord is a little happier amen
  • Ed on Micah 7
    Compare Micah 7:19 with Revelation 21:1. In Micah 7:19, all sins will be cast into the depths of the sea. In Revelation 21:1, there will be no more sea. No more sea, no more sins. Thank you Lord Jesus.
  • John on Micah 7
    WOW! It is kinda scary and strange if not interpreted by someone who really know the stuff. On my own I'm nothing without God or Jesus. A good pastor knows how to interpret this better than my thinking. I renew my mind by asking what does this actually mean. Not how I understand it.amen
  • Stephen Botts on Micah 7
    Joe Lindsey, keep the faith brother! Jesus said to marvel not if the world hates you. It hated Him first!
  • Joe Lindsey on Micah 7
    True there will come a time when we cannot trust others than those we know are in Christ.The hour of the watchman i think is already here for all my worldly friends have betrayed me and i trust nobody.I have to start all over and make good friends at church. They all seem to be on the same page already where they think evil is clever therefore good.God be with us all during these difficult times
  • Bruce on Micah 7
    No. Evil men are on the Hunt for The Blood of Others. They Wait to catch Them /--- As it is Appointed unto Men Once to Die, But after this The Judgment: Hebrews 9:27 / When We are Called: John 6:44. We Can Ask Forgiveness 1John1:9. You will be Washed in His Blood. Revelation 1:5. You Will be Baptized with The Holy Ghost. Mark 1:8. You Will be Changed, 2Corinthians 5:17. Impossible not to Know.
  • Tim Coenen on Micah 7
    I do not understand MICAH 7;2 . Those that SIN Lie in wait in FOR THE BLOOD. Does this mean that all SINNERS that die without Be living in God or have not REPENT, Lie an wait for Jesus BLOOD? SO that they can be SAVED? So that they may have SALVATION? I Praise the Lord Jesus, YAH.
  • Sharon vanburen on Micah 7
    Who is we not to forgive another who has wrong us, since Jesus came to forgive us all. No matter how many times people intentionally hurt us without a cause, God still ask us to forgive them because when we forgive them in prayer; we are bringing them to God, so that he can forgive them, and they can become his children. The enemy hates us even as sinners, he is filled with hate, evil, and envy.
  • BSP on Micah 7
    Verse 7~Micah was determined to be like an active sentry on a watchtower. He was determined not to become impatient and frustrated with things he could not change. Verse 2-5 shows the conditions that Micah was living under. Micah served faithfully for some 60 years.
  • P. Bowers 3 on Micah 7
    God spoke to me as I read this. He impressed upon me to Not take Matters into my Own Hands. To Wait Upon Him in ALL Matters! I need to Settle Down, Let God Handle my Circumstances at this Junction of my Life!! Thank You, Lord for Not giving Up on me. Help Me, Lord in ALL Ways!! Blessed Sabbath to All Around the World!!
  • E.m on Micah 7
    In these last days we must put our trust only in the Lord and not fellow human beings. Even our our children, parents and direct relations have disappointed us because the devil is so clever to use them as his agents. However we should keep praying for our families so that we don't fall prey of the devil. Our total trust should be in the Lord and He will see us thru these difficult moments.
  • BSP on Micah 7
    Verse 19 is a beautiful word picture of how completely Jehovah God forgives us when we are truly repentant.
  • Orlando on Micah 7
    Verse 18 reveals the magnanimity of Almighty God's forgiving grace.
    Oooh Lord God your name be praised forevermore!!
  • Katharina commy hepbzubah izobs on Micah 7
    Is the revelation of the world as it it now , and how we as humans should put all our trust in Gods word! As some of us have witnessed ,we all must understand the times as it is, wait upon the lord , and his directions, in doing so , we get to overcome all adversaries.The word is so active ,we see, and feel his power only when we believe and obey , in our obedience we activate awesome God powers
  • Lilian on Micah 7
    Therefore I will look unto the Lord and i will wait for my God of Salvation. God will hear me. Thank you Jesus for teaching me how to wait i know you have appointed time to heal us and bless us. For your thoughts are higher than our thoughts and your ways are higher than our ways. I will keep still and know that you're my God thank u for the BLOOD LORD. I WILL PRAISE U AND WORSHIP YOU ALONE AMEN
  • Rhonda Strong on Micah 7
    This verse is so uplifting. He has heard my cry many, many times!
  • Gmk on Micah 7
    I thank God that he sees the inside of us. Today's verse has uplifted me. I know what I'm going through is for a while I will once see the light from God
  • Kareene Terry on Micah 7
    To me this means that i will be patience with my Lord and i believe in him. And that My Lord will hear all of my prayers!
  • George Abishai on Micah 7
    This scripture tell me that God is not a man that he will lie nor a sin of man that he should repent.rely on the power of God not the decision of mans wisdom.Most often times we look to much on d close door forgetting what has promise to bring in our lives.trust in God no matter how the situations seems like and believe that only He kind help you. Even though it seems patience is the key for God will bring it to pass in Jesus name Amen.
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