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Questions about the Book of Micah

Micah is the thirtieth-third book of the Old Testament. Micah was a prophet whose name means (Who is like the Lord? and he came from the small town of Moresheth, about twenty miles southwest of Jerusalem. Micah lived in the time of Isaiah and like Isaiah he preached against the sins of his time. This book can be divided into three parts: 1) The condemnation and captivity, 2) reproof, and restoration in the Kingdom, 3) Pleading, and assurance of mercy. The author of this book is Micah. Listed below are questions on the book of Micah. These questions can be used for Sunday school or bible study to help all young converts study the scriptures and may God bless you always.

Micah Chapter 1

1) Who received the word of the Lord in verse one of this book? (Micah 1:1)

2) When did Micah prophecy, according to verse one of this book? (Micah 1:1)

3) What was the message for Samaria and Judah in verses two through seven? (Micah 1:2-7)

4) What was Micah’s lament, according to verses eight and nine? (Micah 1:8-9)

5) What did the prophet say to those who lived along the route of the invading army in these verses? (Micah 1:10-16)

Micah Chapter 2

1) What were the sins of the people, according to verses one through five? (Micah 2:1-5)

2) How would the Lord punish Judah, according to verses three through five of this book? (Micah 2:3-5)

3) What were the sins of the false prophets in verses six through eleven? (Micah 2:6-11)

4) What did Micah predict for the nation in verses twelve and thirteen? (Micah 2:12-13)

5) Who would lead God’s people, according to verse thirteen of this book? (Micah 2:13)

Micah Chapter 3

1) How did the unjust leaders treat the people in the first three verses? (Micah 3:1-3)

2) How would the Lord deal with the leaders, according to verse four of this book? (Micah 3:4)

3) What was the judgment on the false prophets, according to verses five through seven? (Micah 3:5-7)

4) What was the judgment on Jerusalem, according to verses nine through twelve? (Micah 3:9-12)

Micah Chapter 4

1) How did Micah describe the characteristics of the kingdom in the first eight verses? (Micah 4:1-8)

2) What did the prophet predict would happen to Israel in verses nine and ten? (Micah 4:9-10)

3) Who would go against God’s people, according to verses eleven through thirteen? (Micah 4:11-13)

Micah Chapter 5

1) What happened to the ruler of Israel in verse one of this book? (Micah 5:1)

2) What were the ruler’s origins, according to verse two of this book? (Micah 5:2)

3) What was the work of Israel’s ruler in verses three through fifteen? (Micah 5:3-15)

Micah Chapter 6

1) What was God’s indictment against Israel in verse one through five of this book? (Micah 6:1-5)

2) How did Israel propose to make up for its sins in verses six through eight? (Micah 6:6-8)

3) What did God desire from His people, according to verse eight? (Micah 6:8)

4) What were some of the sins in which Israel was involved, in verses nine through twelve? (Micah 6:9-12)

5) What was God compelled to do, since Israel did not meet God’s requirements in these verses? (Micah 6:9-16)

6) What was the nature of God’s punishment, according to verses thirteen through sixteen? (Micah 6:13-16)

Micah Chapter 7

1) What was Micah’s lament, according to the first six verses of this book? (Micah 7:1-6)

2) Where did Micah’s hope and confidence lie, according to these verses? (Micah 7:7-13)

3) What was Micah’s prayer in verse fourteen? (Micah 7:14)

4) What did the Lord promise to show to His people in verses fifteen through seventeen? (Micah 7:15-17)

5) In conclusion, what did Micah affirm about God, in verses eighteen through twenty? (Micah 7:18-20)

Note: I pray that these questions have helped your study and understanding of Gods’ word in the Bible. Please feel free to pass them on to other people if they have helped you.

Your, Brother in Christ

Frank Rose