Posted January 17, 2019
Coming late November 2018
Endorsement from Rev. Jerome Julien:
As Rev. Martyn McGeown points out in the introduction of this book, Micah is often neglected in our study of scripture and preaching. This book is known for the prophetic statement about the birth of Christ in Bethlehem, the familiar words of chapter 6:8, and the comforting words of chapter 7:18. This volume is about to change this.
A cursory look at these pages tells us that there is so much material here for study and preaching. A more careful read beyond this will be a real eye-opener. Micah focuses on our great God who judges sin, but also has given his only-begotten Son for the pardoning of our sins.
The author began this work as a series on sermons. In a practical way he gives to us his careful exegesis, but not in a way that is over our heads. He has done his homework—and very well. These seventeen chapters will give the reader a glimpse into what this little-known prophet has to say to the church today. As in all good preaching, we as believers are led to Christ, and the Church to greater faithfulness in this difficult age.
The believer who delights to know God’s word (every believer should, of course) and the man called of God and ordained to proclaim the great truths of scripture will find these pages to be spiritually enriching.
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