Micah 6:8 Act Justly

The prophecy of Micah includes one of the most unique sub-genres of Scripture: “The Divine Covenant Lawsuit.” In words that mirror a courtroom drama, God makes His case against the people of Israel. They defend themselves with sarcasm and question, “So what do you really want from us?” God’s response is powerful, “Act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.” Today was the first message in our 3-part series based on Micah 6:8. We looked at the various definitions of justice and how we can use the resources God has provided to put justice into action.

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