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Doers of Justice.

Micah 6:8 is my favourite Old Testament verse. Basically it says that we are to be Doers of Justice. Lover’s of Kindness / Mercy Walk Humbly with our God. And  this frame work I believe is the basic message of … Continue reading

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Micah 6:1-8 exegetical assignment part 2

This is the continuation of this essay of which the first part was posted here An overview 6:1-2 The prophet summons the mountains / creation as witnesses in a lawsuit. The nation of Israel is called to bear witness as … Continue reading

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Micah 6:1-8 exegetical assignment part 1

Introduction The passage of Scripture I have chosen to exegete is Micah 6:1-8. This passage has some unique and unusual elements to it.  A dramatic covenant – lawsuit[1] where God takes the unusual step of throwing himself before the judge … Continue reading

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Further thoughts regarding Moses, Aaron and Miriam in Micah 6

It can be said that Moses is rightly mentioned as their historic leader and giver of the law. Aaron is a distinct reminder of the established priesthood. What is unusual though is the mention of Miriam as a co-leader and … Continue reading

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