Todays Reading: Isaiah 9:6-7
Although today's sermon is based on Micah 4:8 , evangelist August Rosado referenced other significant bible passages listed below. Simply highlight with your mouse to read.
Micah 5:2, Micah 4:8, John 8:12, Matthew 5:16, John 10:22, Matthew 5:16, John 1:29-36, Romans 10:13 , John 3:16, Isaiah 7:14, Genesis 35:19-21, Luke 2:1-14, Matthew 5:35, Ezekiel 16:1-4, Micah 5:2, Luke 2:8-20, John 1:29, John 1:36, Genesis 49:10 , Hebrews 7:14, Revelation 5:5, Revelation 9:11-16, Revelation 20:2-7, 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, Revelation 4:2, Micah 4:8,, Micah 5:2
What does Micah Chapter 4 signify?.
The peace of the kingdom of Christ. (1-8) The judgments to come upon Jerusalem, but the final triumph of Israel. (9-13)1-8 The nations have not yet so submitted to the Prince of Peace, as to beat their swords into ploughshares, nor has war ceased. But very precious promises these are, relating to the gospel church, which will be more and more fulfilled, for He is faithful that has promised. There shall be a glorious church for God set up in the world, in the last days, in the days of the Messiah. Christ himself will build it upon a rock. The Gentiles worshipped their idol gods; but in the period spoken of, the people will cleave to the Lord with full purpose of heart, and delight in doing his will. The word "halteth," describes those who walk not according to the Divine word. The collecting the captives from Babylon was an earnest of healing, purifying, and prospering the church; and the reign of Christ shall continue till succeeded by the everlasting kingdom of heaven. Let us stir up each other to attend the ordinances of God, that we may learn his holy ways, and walk in them, receiving the law from his hands, which, being written in our hearts by his Spirit, may show our interest in the Redeemer's righteousness.
9-13 Many nations would assemble against Zion to rejoice in her calamities. They would not understand that the Lord had collected them as sheaves are gathered to be threshed; and that Zion would be strengthened to beat them to pieces. Nothing has yet taken place in the history of the Jewish church agreeing with this prediction. When God has conquering work for his people to do, he will furnish them with strength and ability for it. Believers should cry aloud under distresses, with the prayer of faith, not with despondency.
Commentary by Matthew Henry, 1710.
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