Time – 735 to 700 B.C.
Micah, who was contemporary with Isaiah, was to the southern kingdom of Judah what Amos was previously to the northern kingdom of Israel. Both were fierce critics of the rich and powerful who exploited the poor. Though Micah’s prophecies refer especially to Judah, they concern all of Israel. Micah’s leading ideas are the regeneration of Israel’s remnant through judgement, the establishment of the Kingdom of God in the line of David, and the conversion of the nations through that Kingdom. The conclusion of his prophecy is a triumphant expression of faith, which is seen in its true quality against the background of the materialism and the corruption of the reign of Ahaz.

Micah 1
Micah 2
Micah 3
Micah 4
Micah 5
Micah 6
Micah 7