There is Hope (Micah 2:12-13) - 6/21/23
I. The Prediction of Judgment – 1:1–3:12
A. Introduction to the Book of Micah – 1:1
B. The Judgment on the People – 1:2–2:13
1. Judgment on Samaria – 1:2–8
2. Judgment on Judah – 1:9–16
3. Cause of the Judgment – 2:1–11
4. Promise of Future Restoration – 2:12, 13
There is Hope
God has preserved a remnant
He will gather His people
He will lead His people (Reigning King)
Micah 2:12–13 promises that Israel’s divine Shepherd-King will gather and protect His people and then lead them to freedom. This probably refers most immediately to the Lord’s deliverance of Jerusalem from Sennacherib (see 2 Kings. 19:31).
The people have sinned against God, but He will provide a remnant
Taken to Babylon and lived in captivity
Returning to rebuild the wall and temple
Yet, as a nation/people they continue to turn their back on God
Today, there will always be a remnant (the true church)
We will continue to:
Our hope today is that we have a provision for sin. The forgiveness of our sin.
When we sin:
We must repent –2 Corinthians 7:10
 The Open Bible: New King James Version, electronic ed. (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1998).
 E. Ray Clendenen, “The Minor Prophets,” in Holman Concise Bible Commentary, ed. David S. Dockery (Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1998), 365.