|Overview - Micah 7|
|1||The church, complaining of her small number,|
|3||and the general corruption,|
|5||puts her confidence not in man, but in God.|
|8||She triumphs over her enemies.|
|14||She prays to God.|
|15||God comforts her by promises of confusion to her enemies;|
|18||and by his mercies.|
Micah 7:12 (King James Version)
In that day also he shall come even to thee from Assyria, and from the fortified cities, and from the fortress even to the river, and from sea to sea, and from mountain to mountain.
- Isaiah 11:16 ; 19:23-25 Isaiah 27:12 Isaiah 27:13 43:6 49:12 60:4-9 Isaiah 66:19 Isaiah 66:20
- Jeremiah 3:18 ; 23:3 31:8 Ezekiel 37:21 ; 29:21 Hosea 11:11
- and from
- or, even to.
- This verse may be rendered, "In that day they (people) shall come to thee from Assyria and the fenced cities; and from the fortress (probably Pelusium at the entrance of Egypt), even to the river (Euphrates)," etc. The expressions employed in this prophecy appear to be too strong for the events which transpired after the Babylonian captivity; and seem to refer to the future restoration of Israel, after their land has lain desolate for ages.