Prophets: Micah
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Discovery of the Remains of the Prophets Habakkuk and Micah. Death ...
... Book VII. Chapter XXIX."Discovery of the Remains of the Prophets Habakkuk
and Micah. Death of the Emperor Theodosius the Great. ...
/.../chapter xxix discovery of the remains.htm

... It is a peculiar piece of good fortune that we should possess the words of two
contemporary prophets who differed so strikingly as Micah the peasant and Isaiah ...
// to the old testament/micah.htm

Prefaces to the Commentaries on the Minor Prophets.
... It gives the order of the Twelve Prophets adopted by the LXX. ... Nahum, Micah, Zephaniah,
Haggai, [5440] I first addressed to Paula and Eustochium, her daughter ...
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Of the Times of the Prophets Whose Oracles are Contained in Books ...
... [1150] Micah also names the ... But we can find the date of these two prophets in the
chronicles, [1152] not in their own writings, for they say nothing about it ...
// of god/chapter 27 of the times of.htm

The Twelve Minor Prophets.
... of the context the passage in Micah is generally thought to be the original. Besides
this there is a general agreement between the two prophets in their ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxiii the twelve minor.htm

Parallels from the Prophets to Illustrate Christ's Teaching in the ...
... Chapter XXIX."Parallels from the Prophets to Illustrate Christ's Teaching in the
Rest ... the prophet's trumpet in the very words, I fear that Micah [4697] must ...
/.../the five books against marcion/chapter xxix parallels from the prophets.htm

... Jonah. There is differences of opinion as to whether certain of the prophets
belong to Judah or Israel. Micah is an example. The ...
/.../gerberding/the way of salvation in the lutheran church/chapter xv isaiah.htm

The Conversion of the Gentiles Has Been Predicted by Micah.
... and which they learned [2364] through them, suffer me to show you by quoting a short
statement from the prophecy of Micah, one of the twelve [minor prophets]. ...
/.../chapter cix the conversion of the.htm

The Prophet Micah.
... betwixt the true and false prophets. It is evidently on purpose that the prophet
begins with the same words as those with which the elder Micah had closed his ...
/.../hengstenberg/christology of the old testament/the prophet micah.htm

Hymns on the Nativity. Hymn i. This is the Day that Gladdened Them ...
... This is the day that gladdened them, the Prophets, Kings, and Priests, for in it
were their words fulfilled, and thus were ... [356] The word that Micah once spake ...
/.../ephraim/hymns and homilies of ephraim the syrian/hymns on the nativity hymn.htm

Torrey's Topical Textbook
Micah 1:1
The word of the LORD that came to Micah the Morasthite in the days of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, which he saw concerning Samaria and Jerusalem.
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False Prophets: Called Foolish Prophets

False Prophets: Compared to Foxes in the Desert

False Prophets: Compared to Wind

False Prophets: Covetous

False Prophets: Crafty

False Prophets: Drunken

False Prophets: Immoral and Profane

False Prophets: Influenced by Evil Spirits

False Prophets: Involved the People in Their own Ruin

False Prophets: Judgments Denounced Against

False Prophets: Light and Treacherous

False Prophets: Made Use of by God to Prove Israel

False Prophets: Mode of Trying and Detecting

False Prophets: Not Sent or Commissioned by God

False Prophets: Often Deceived by God As a Judgment

False Prophets: Often Practised Divination and Witchcraft

False Prophets: Often Pretended to Dreams

False Prophets: Predicted to Arise in the Latter Times

False Prophets: Predicted to Arise: Before Destruction of Jerusalem

False Prophets: Pretended to be Sent by God

False Prophets: Prophesied in the Name of False Gods

False Prophets: Prophesied: Falsely

False Prophets: Prophesied: Lies in the Name of the Lord

False Prophets: Prophesied: out of Their own Heart

False Prophets: Prophesied: Peace, when There Was No Peace

False Prophets: The People: Deprived of God's Word By

False Prophets: The People: Encouraged and Praised

False Prophets: The People: Led Into Error

False Prophets: The People: Made to Forget God's Name By

False Prophets: The People: Oppressed and Defrauded By

False Prophets: The People: Taught Profaneness and Sin By

False Prophets: The People: Warned not to Listen To

False Prophets: Women Sometimes Acted As

Modern Day Prophets


Prophets Reward

Prophets were Called: Holy Men of God

Prophets were Called: Holy Prophets

Prophets were Called: Men of God

Prophets were Called: Prophets of God

Prophets were Called: Seers

Prophets were Consulted in all Difficulties

Prophets were Esteemed As Holy Men

Prophets were Mighty Through Faith

Prophets were Required: Not to Speak Anything But What They Received from God

Prophets were Required: To be Bold and Undaunted

Prophets were Required: To be Vigilant and Faithful

Prophets were Required: To Declare Everything That the Lord Commanded

Prophets were Required: To Receive With Attention all God's Communications

Prophets were Sent to Denounce the Wickedness of Kings

Prophets were Sent to Exhort to Faithfulness and Constancy in God's Service

Prophets were Sent to Predict the Coming of Christ

Prophets were Sent to Predict the Downfall of Nations

Prophets were Sent to Reprove the Wicked and Exhort to Repentance

Prophets were Under the Influence of the Holy Spirit While Prophesying

Prophets: Aaron

Prophets: Agabus

Prophets: Ahijah

Prophets: Amos

Prophets: Anna

Prophets: Assisted the Jews in Their Great National Undertakings

Prophets: Azariah the Son of Oded

Prophets: Benefits of Presents

Prophets: Benefits of Presents Refused By

Prophets: Called Seers

Prophets: Christ Exercised the office of

Prophets: Christ Predicted to Exercise the office of

Prophets: Counselors to Kings

Prophets: Daniel

Prophets: Daughters of Philip

Prophets: David

Prophets: Deborah

Prophets: Elijah

Prophets: Elisha

Prophets: Enoch

Prophets: Extraordinary: Often Endued With Miraculous Power

Prophets: Extraordinary: Specially Raised up on Occasions of Emergency

Prophets: Ezekiel

Prophets: False

Prophets: False: 400 in Samaria

Prophets: False: Denunciations Against

Prophets: False: Noadiah

Prophets: False: Punishment of

Prophets: False: Warnings To

Prophets: Felt Deeply on Account of the Calamities Which They Predicted

Prophets: Frequently in Their Actions Were Made Signs to the People

Prophets: Frequently Left Without Divine Communication on Account of

Prophets: Frequently Married Men

Prophets: Frequently Spoke in Parables and Riddles

Prophets: Gad

Prophets: God Avenged all Injuries Done To

Prophets: God Communicated to At Various Time and in Different Ways

Prophets: God Communicated To by an Audible Voice

Prophets: God Communicated To by Angels

Prophets: God Communicated To by Dreams and Visions

Prophets: God Communicated to His Secret Things

Prophets: God Spoke of Old By

Prophets: Great Patience of, Under Suffering

Prophets: Habakkuk

Prophets: Haggai

Prophets: Hanani

Prophets: Hosea

Prophets: Huldah

Prophets: Iddo

Prophets: Inspiration of

Prophets: Inspired by Angels

Prophets: Isaiah

Prophets: Jacob

Prophets: Jeduthun

Prophets: Jehu the Son of Hanani

Prophets: Jeremiah

Prophets: Joel

Prophets: John

Prophets: Jonah

Prophets: Kept the Chronicles

Prophets: Malachi

Prophets: Martyrs

Prophets: Micah

Prophets: Micaiah the Son of Imlah

Prophets: Miriam

Prophets: Moses

Prophets: Nahum

Prophets: Nathan

Prophets: Noah

Prophets: Not Honored in Their own Country

Prophets: Obadiah

Prophets: Oded

Prophets: Often Accompanied by Music While Predicting

Prophets: Often Committed Their Predictions to Writing

Prophets: Often Led a Wandering and Unsettled Life

Prophets: One Generally Attached to the King's Household

Prophets: Ordinary: Numerous in Israel

Prophets: Ordinary: The Sacred Bards of the Jews

Prophets: Ordinary: Trained up and Instructed in Schools

Prophets: Paul

Prophets: Persecutions of

Prophets: Peter

Prophets: Predictions of Frequently Proclaimed at the Gate of the Lord's House

Prophets: Predictions of Proclaimed in the Cities and Streets

Prophets: Predictions of Were all Fulfilled

Prophets: Predictions of Written on Rolls and Read to the People

Prophets: Predictions of Written on Tables and Fixed up in some Public Place

Prophets: Presented With Gifts by Those Who Consulted Them

Prophets: Prophet of Judah

Prophets: Prophet Sent to Eli

Prophets: Prophet Set to Israel

Prophets: Samuel

Prophets: Schools of

Prophets: Shemaiah

Prophets: Simple in Their Manner of Life

Prophets: Sometimes Received Divine Communications and Uttered

Prophets: Sometimes Thought It Right to Reject Presents

Prophets: Sometimes Uttered Their Predictions in Verse

Prophets: Spoke in the Name of the Lord

Prophets: The Historiographers of the Jewish Nation

Prophets: The Interpreters of Dreams

Prophets: The Jews: Often Imprisoned Them

Prophets: The Jews: Often Left Without, on Account of Sin

Prophets: The Jews: Often Put Them to Death

Prophets: The Jews: Often Tried to Make Them Speak Smooth Things

Prophets: The Jews: Persecuted Them

Prophets: The Jews: Require to Hear and Believe

Prophets: The Messengers of God

Prophets: The Servants of God

Prophets: The Watchmen of Israel

Prophets: Women Sometimes Endowed As

Prophets: Wore a Coarse Dress of Hair-Cloth

Prophets: Writings of, Read in the Synagogues Every Sabbath

Prophets: Zacharias the Father of John

Prophets: Zadok

Prophets: Zechariah Son of Iddo

Prophets: Zephaniah

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