Wednesday, July 14, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 28 | Day 195 | Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | Micah 1-7

 #REDChallenge | Week 28 | Day 195 | Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | Micah 1-7

Micah 1

Micah 2

Micah 3

Micah 4

Micah 5

Micah 6

Micah 7

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All Week 28 Readings

Day 190 | Friday, July 9, 2021 | Isaiah 1-4

Day 191 | Saturday, July 10, 2021 | Isaiah 5-8

Day 192 | Sunday, July 11, 2021 | Amos 1-5

Day 193 | Monday, July 12, 2021 | Amos 6-9

Day 194 | Tuesday, July 13, 2021 | 2 Chronicles 27; Isaiah 9-12

Day 195 | Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | Micah 1-7

Day 196 | Thursday, July 15, 2021 | 2 Chronicles 28; 2 Kings 16-17

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  1. 5‭-‬7 Here is God’s Message to the prophets, the preachers who lie to my people: “For as long as they’re well paid and well fed, the prophets preach, ‘Isn’t life wonderful! Peace to all!’ But if you don’t pay up and jump on their bandwagon, their ‘God bless you’ turns into ‘God damn you.’ Therefore, you’re going blind. You’ll see nothing. You’ll live in deep shadows and know nothing. The sun has set on the prophets. They’ve had their day; from now on it’s night. Visionaries will be confused, experts will be all mixed up. They’ll hide behind their reputations and make lame excuses to cover up their God-ignorance.”
    Micah 3:5‭-‬7 MSG

  2. 1‭-‬4 But when all is said and done, God’s Temple on the mountain, Firmly fixed, will dominate all mountains, towering above surrounding hills. People will stream to it and many nations set out for it, Saying, “Come, let’s climb God’s mountain. Let’s go to the Temple of Jacob’s God. He will teach us how to live. We’ll know how to live God’s way.” True teaching will issue from Zion, God’s revelation from Jerusalem. He’ll establish justice in the rabble of nations and settle disputes in faraway places. They’ll trade in their swords for shovels, their spears for rakes and hoes. Nations will quit fighting each other, quit learning how to kill one another. Each man will sit under his own shade tree, each woman in safety will tend her own garden. God-of-the-Angel-Armies says so, and he means what he says.
    Micah 4:1‭-‬4 MSG

  3. 2‭-‬4 But you, Bethlehem, David’s country, the runt of the litter— From you will come the leader who will shepherd-rule Israel. He’ll be no upstart, no pretender. His family tree is ancient and distinguished. Meanwhile, Israel will be in foster homes until the birth pangs are over and the child is born, And the scattered brothers come back home to the family of Israel. He will stand tall in his shepherd-rule by God’s strength, centered in the majesty of God-Revealed. And the people will have a good and safe home, for the whole world will hold him in respect— Peacemaker of the world!
    Micah 5:2‭-‬4 MSG

  4. 6‭-‬7 How can I stand up before God and show proper respect to the high God? Should I bring an armload of offerings topped off with yearling calves? Would God be impressed with thousands of rams, with buckets and barrels of olive oil? Would he be moved if I sacrificed my firstborn child, my precious baby, to cancel my sin? 8 But he’s already made it plain how to live, what to do, what God is looking for in men and women. It’s quite simple: Do what is fair and just to your neighbor, be compassionate and loyal in your love, And don’t take yourself too seriously— take God seriously.
    Micah 6:6‭-‬8 MSG

  5. 7 But me, I’m not giving up. I’m sticking around to see what God will do. I’m waiting for God to make things right. I’m counting on God to listen to me.
    Micah 7:7 MSG

  6. 8‭-‬10 Don’t, enemy, crow over me. I’m down, but I’m not out. I’m sitting in the dark right now, but God is my light. I can take God’s punishing rage. I deserve it—I sinned. But it’s not forever. He’s on my side and is going to get me out of this. He’ll turn on the lights and show me his ways. I’ll see the whole picture and how right he is. And my enemy will see it, too, and be discredited—yes, disgraced! This enemy who kept taunting, “So where is this God of yours?” I’m going to see it with these, my own eyes— my enemy disgraced, trash in the gutter.
    Micah 7:8‭-‬10 MSG