SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON MICAH

Our sermon ideas on the book of Micah will help illuminate some of the first seeds of messianic thought. Micah will help you explore themes of how suffering can result from systemic injustice and catalyze your congregation towards action. Prepare your message on God’s Word in Micah with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


MICAH SERMON OUTLINES

by David Cawston

The last half of the 8th century BC, takes its place as the golden age of Old Testament prophecy. While Amos and Hosea preached in the north, Isaiah and Micah brought God's message to the people of the south. It was a period of turmoil, strife, change, and growth. Assyria was coming rapidly, the front rank as a world power. they had invaded and destroyed...

by Jerry Vines

In the first verse of his prophecy he tells us specifically that the word of the Lord came to him concerning Samaria and Jerusalem. Samaria was the capital city of the northern kingdom. Jerusalem was the capital city of the southern kingdom. So he is the prophet of God to the cities. Now if you will notice in the bible, in the New Testament...

by Larry Osborne

Micah: A Quick Fly-By The Preacher and The People Micah 1:1-9/3:4/4:4-12/5:1-4/6:6-8/7:18-19 Déjà Vu The Problem Then and Now 1) God's People Had Become Spiritually Dull. Romans 1:18-32/1 Corinthians 2:14/Micah 1:1-6/2:1-3/3:1-4, 9-10/6:9-16/7:1-6 2) Everyone...

by Daniel Rodgers

1. The book of Micah bears the name of its author, Micah, the prophet. Micah was an Old Testament prophet during the time of the Isaiah, Hosea, and Amos. He prophesied during the reins of Jotham, Ahaz and King Hezekiah. All of these kings were kings of Judah, and Micah was a prophet to Judah, much of this prophecy is...

by Ron Dunn

I want us to see what God has to say to us through His prophet, Micah. Micah's name means ''who is like God?'' And in the course of this prophecy, Micah gives a number of glimpses of what God is really like. And so, I want us tonight to read in our Bibles from chapter 1 of Micah. Beginning with verse 1 on down through 9: ''The word of...

by Robert Walker

The author of the book is ''Micah of Moresheth'' (1:1). The word ''Micah'' means ''Who is like Yahweh?'' Micah's hometown of Moresheth is probably the same town identified later as Moresheth-gath in the Shephelah (rolling hills) of Judah. This village was one of many that were captured by Sennacherib in his attack on Judah...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: I learned something new this week. They say people are a strange lot. They love the front of the bus, the back of the church, and the center of the attention. I have always wondered about that second one, but no one could ever explain it to my satisfaction. Why do so many people sit in the back pews in church? Two little girls happened upon the explanation...

by Dennis Marquardt

INTRO: How much of our walk with God is spent trying to bribe God? Humans have this funny way of dealing with doing wrong; we will try and do some other good thing to soothe our conscience and atone for our sins when we have done something wrong. We attempt to buy God's favor when we feel desperate, hoping to make up for some sin we don't...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: No leader, spiritual or secular, has ever accepted and announced such a detailed and demanding task. Every expectation is made public so that the Servant can be held accountable for His performance in every area of His ministry. One of the tests of Jesus' integrity is to ask, ''Did He do what He said He would do and achieve what He set out...

by Christopher Harbin

The New Baptist Covenant Celebration met this week in Atlanta. Some argued it would be a partisan political exercise, yet it gathered some 15,000 Baptists from over thirty Baptist denominational groups for the sake of unity after the call of Christ. Republican, Democrat, Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, northern, southern, conservative...