Standing up for the rights of the oppressed and poor is not some add on to the gospel message. It is right at the centre of God’s commands for his people.
The closer you get to situations that seem hopeless, the harder it is to hold on to any sense that God can do something to change things.
What does God want of humanity: ‘to act justly, love mercy, walk humbly with your God’ (Micah 6:8)
Micah offered hope to a beleaguered people by telling them that God would send them a new King, one who would lead them with justice and would give them safety.
A video and photos from our all-age service, looking at Micah 4:1-8.
What drives us all to want more, to be discontented with what we have?
How can we get out of this situation that too many of us know only too well?
The first sermon in our series ‘Hearing God’s Heartbeat’, looking through the book of Micah.
Starting on Sunday 18th May, we’ll be looking at the book of Micah over a few weeks, a prophet that God sent to Israel around 715 BC.
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