Case No. 0693BC God V. His People (9 of 17) by Chris Brown

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Case No. 0693BC God V. His People (9 of 17)
Series: The Unknown Prophets
Pastor Chris Brown
Micah 6:1 -7:20

Court is now in session:

Micah 6:1-5, Numbers 22-25
There is a solid case against you.
You have forgotten your salvation and freedom.
Don't blame God for your own mistakes.

Micah 6:6-8
You are an unfair God!
We can't possibly please you.

Micah 6:9-16
You are dishonest in business, you are violent,
you are liars, and your religion is a sham.

Micah 7:1-6
Don't blame us…our government, neighborhoods,
and homes are all messed up.

Micah 7:7-20

1. Start with a personal commitment, regardless of the mess.
2. The Judge delights in mercy, grace, and forgiveness.

What the Judge requires:
Micah 6:8, Matthew 11:29, 18:21-35, Jonah 4:1-3, Philippians 2:1-18, Luke 6:32-36,
Mark 10:35-45, 12:28-34, Romans 12:3-21, James 4:4-10

Justice = To use our power in a fair and just way.

Mercy = Love to be loving, especially to the hard to love.

Faithfulness = A consistent, unwavering, firm belief.

Humility = A proper view of self.

Looking back at the four points at the end of this week's teaching, which one caught your attention the most and why?

Growth Group Homework

Looking back at your notes from this week's teaching, was there anything that particularly caught your attention, challenged or confused you?

1. When you hear the word humility, what are the first few thoughts that come to mind? How did this weekend reinforce or change your definition?

2. This weekend we heard how the people of Israel weren't using their power and influence to bring about justice and care for those in need. Take a moment and think about a few people that ...

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