Micah 2:9

9 You drive the women of my people from their pleasant homes. You take away my blessing from their children forever.

Read Micah 2:9 Using Other Translations

The women of my people have ye cast out from their pleasant houses; from their children have ye taken away my glory for ever.
The women of my people you drive out from their delightful houses; from their young children you take away my splendor forever.
You have evicted women from their pleasant homes and forever stripped their children of all that God would give them.

What does Micah 2:9 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Micah 2:9

The women of my people have ye cast out from their pleasant
houses
Not content to slay their husbands, they took their wives or widows captive, dispossessed them of their habitations, where they had lived delightfully with their husbands and children; so we find that, at the time before referred to, the people of Israel carried captive of their brethren two hundred thousand women, and brought them to Samaria, ( 2 Chronicles 28:8 ) . Some understand this of divorce, which those men were the cause of, either by committing adultery with them, which was a just reason for their husband's divorcing them; or by frequenting their houses, which caused suspicion and jealousy: from their children have ye taken away my glory for ever;
that which God would have had glory from, and they would have given it to him on account of; as their being brought up in a religious way; their liberties, both civil and religious; their paternal estates and inheritances, and the enjoyment of their own land; and especially the worship of God in the temple, of which they were deprived by being carried away from their own country: or it may be understood of the glory that accrues to God by honourable marriage, and the bed undefiled; and the dishonour cast upon him by the contrary, as well as upon children, who may be suspected to be illegitimate.

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