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Micah 2:4

Overview - Micah 2
Against oppression.
A lamentation.
A reproof of injustice and idolatry.
12 A promise of restoring Jacob.
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Micah 2:4  (King James Version)
In that day shall one take up a parable against you, and lament with a doleful lamentation, and say, We be utterly spoiled: he hath changed the portion of my people: how hath he removed it from me! turning away he hath divided our fields.
 


shall
Numbers 23:7 Numbers 23:18 ; Numbers 24:3 Numbers 24:15 Job 27:1 ; Isaiah 14:4 ; Ezekiel 16:44 ; Habakkuk 2:6
Mark 12:12

and lament
2 Samuel 1:17 ; 2 Chronicles 35:25 ; Jeremiah 9:10 Jeremiah 9:17-21 ; 14:18 Joel 1:8 Joel 1:13 ; Amos 5:1 Amos 5:17

a doleful lamentation
Hebrew a lamentation of lamentations.
Lamentations 1:1-5:22 ; Ezekiel 2:10

We
Deuteronomy 28:29 ; Isaiah 6:11 ; 24:3 Jeremiah 9:19 ; 25:9-11 Zephaniah 1:2

he hath changed
10 ; 1:15 2 Kings 17:23 2 Kings 17:24 ; 2 Chronicles 36:20 2 Chronicles 36:21 ; Isaiah 63:17 Isaiah 63:18

turning away he
or, instead of restoring, he, etc.
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