Micah gives the time of writing as “in the days of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah,” (Mic 1:1). This places his ministry from about 740 to 710 B.C. This book of his prophecies was likely compiled around 700 B.C. He was a contemporary of the prophet Isaiah. His name is a shortened form of “Micaiah” (cf. 1Ki 22:8–28, another prophet), meaning “Who is like Jehovah.”

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Seven Sign-Posts of the End Times – Canberra, Australia 2012

Gene Cunningham - February 9, 2012

Micah #4

Micah #4



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Micah gives the time of writing as ?in the days of Jotham Ahaz and Hezekiah kings of Judah? (Mic 1:1). This places his ministry from about 740 to 710 B.C. This book of his prophecies was likely compiled around 700 B.C. He was a contemporary of the prophet Isaiah. His name is a shortened form of ?Micaiah? (cf. 1Ki 22:8?28 another prophet) meaning ?Who is like Jehovah.?

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