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Micah 4
The Lord’s Future Reign
1 In the last days, the mountain of the Lord’s house
will be the highest of all—
the most important place on earth.
It will be raised above the other hills,
and people from all over the world will stream there to worship.
2 People from many nations will come and say,
“Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord,
to the house of Jacob’s God.
There he will teach us his ways,
and we will walk in his paths.”
For the Lord’s teaching will go out from Zion;
his word will go out from Jerusalem.
3 The Lord will mediate between peoples
and will settle disputes between strong nations far away.
They will hammer their swords into plowshares
and their spears into pruning hooks.
Nation will no longer fight against nation,
nor train for war anymore.
4 Everyone will live in peace and prosperity,
enjoying their own grapevines and fig trees,
for there will be nothing to fear.
The Lord of Heaven’s Armies
has made this promise!
5 Though the nations around us follow their idols,
we will follow the Lord our God forever and ever.

Israel’s Return from Exile
6 “In that coming day,” says the Lord,
“I will gather together those who are lame,
those who have been exiles,
and those whom I have filled with grief.
7 Those who are weak will survive as a remnant;
those who were exiles will become a strong nation.
Then I, the Lord, will rule from Jerusalem[a]
as their king forever.”
8 As for you, Jerusalem,
the citadel of God’s people,[b]
your royal might and power
will come back to you again.
The kingship will be restored
to my precious Jerusalem.

9 But why are you now screaming in terror?
Have you no king to lead you?
Have your wise people all died?
Pain has gripped you like a woman in childbirth.
10 Writhe and groan like a woman in labor,
you people of Jerusalem,[c]
for now you must leave this city
to live in the open country.
You will soon be sent in exile
to distant Babylon.
But the Lord will rescue you there;
he will redeem you from the grip of your enemies.

11 Now many nations have gathered against you.
“Let her be desecrated,” they say.
“Let us see the destruction of Jerusalem.[d]”
12 But they do not know the Lord’s thoughts
or understand his plan.
These nations don’t know
that he is gathering them together
to be beaten and trampled
like sheaves of grain on a threshing floor.
13 “Rise up and crush the nations, O Jerusalem!”[e]
says the Lord.
“For I will give you iron horns and bronze hooves,
so you can trample many nations to pieces.
You will present their stolen riches to the Lord,
their wealth to the Lord of all the earth.”

4:7 Hebrew Mount Zion.
4:8 Hebrew As for you, Migdal-eder, / the Ophel of the daughter of Zion.
4:10 Hebrew O daughter of Zion.
4:11 Hebrew of Zion.
4:13 Hebrew “Rise up and thresh, O daughter of Zion.”


9 thoughts on “Micah 4 Daily Bible Reading with Paul Nison

  1. How do you understand verses(Isahiah 60) about taking Gentile’s wealth and them kissing the feet?
    Orthodox Jews believe that according to this,once the Millennial Kingdom starts they’ll have Gentiles as slaves/servants.
    I’ll for sure not going to be someone slave.
    I have to ask here as well just like in your video series “Reading the Bible” regarding this chapter from Isiah in order to get better response.

    • 93wafel Shalom….I read the scripture this morning and I don’t think it refers to the Millennial Kingdom. Because verse 5 & 7 says forever. The Millennial is temporary. I believe… read it. 🙏 comment welcomed.

    • +Victoria Pelaez thanks for answer but how do you interpret those verses I mentioned?
      Also doesn’t scripture states that unrighteous /heathens/unbelievers are going to face second death when Lord will return(Judgement Day and resurection)?If so to which period those verses refers if we know that unbelievers won’t be in Kingdom and are going to perish?

  2. The end of verse 10 sounds like a good reference to the resurrection, that those recorded in the book of Acts fully believed, and they were freed from those impious Roman grips

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