The Book of Micah contains three speeches; one for the capitals of the two kingdoms, one for the leaders and one for the common people. Micah is the thirty-third book in the Bible, and the sixth of the Minor Prophetical Books. Micah lived in the latter half of the 8th century BC and was from the village of Moresheth in the Southern Kingdom of Judah. His message is one of admonishment for their sins, but Micah also prophesies the Messianic Kingdom to come in the future, when there will be peace on earth.
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