Micah 2:2; Micah 2:11; Micah 4:4-5; Micah 5:7; Micah 6:10; Micah 7:2; Micah 7:6
They covet fields and then seize them, And houses, and take them away. They rob a man and his house, A man and his inheritance.
"If a man walking after wind and falsehood Had told lies and said, 'I will speak out to you concerning wine and liquor,' He would be spokesman to this people.
Each of them will sit under his vine And under his fig tree, With no one to make them afraid, For the mouth of the LORD of hosts has spoken.
Though all the peoples walk Each in the name of his god, As for us, we will walk In the name of the LORD our God forever and ever.
Then the remnant of Jacob Will be among many peoples Like dew from the LORD , Like showers on vegetation Which do not wait for man Or delay for the sons of men.
"Is there yet a man in the wicked house, Along with treasures of wickedness And a short measure that is cursed?
The godly person has perished from the land, And there is no upright person among men. All of them lie in wait for bloodshed; Each of them hunts the other with a net.
For son treats father contemptuously, Daughter rises up against her mother, Daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; A man's enemies are the men of his own household.