The Book of Micah Chapter 7 – New King James Version (NKJV) – Audio Bible

Chapter 7. Woe is me For I am like those who gather summer Fruits like those who glean vintage Grapes There is no cluster to eat of the first Ripe fruit which my soul desires The faithful man has perished from the Earth And there is no one upright among men They all lie in wait for blood Every man hunts his brother with a net That they may successfully do evil with Both hands The prince asks for gifts the judge Seeks a bribe and the great man utters His evil desire So they scheme together The best of them is like a briar the Most upright is sharper than a Thornhedge The day of your Watchmen and your Punishment comes Now shall be their perplexity Do not trust in a friend Do not put your confidence in a Companion Guard the doors of your mouth from her Who lies in your bosom For some dishonors father daughter Rises Against her mother Daughter-in-law against her Mother-in-law A Man's enemies are the men of his own

Household Therefore I will look to the Lord I will wait for the god of my salvation My God will hear me Do not rejoice over me my enemy When I fall I will arise When I sit in darkness the Lord will be A light to me I will bear the indignation of the Lord Because I have sinned against him until He pleads my case and executes justice For me He will bring me forth to the light I will see his righteousness Then she who is my enemy will see And shame will cover her who said to me Where is the Lord your God My eyes will see her Now she will be trampled down like mud In the streets In the day when your walls are to be Built in that day the decree shall go Far and wide In that day they shall come to you from Assyria and the Fortified cities from The Fortress to the River from sea to Sea and Mountain to Mountain Yet the land shall be desolate because Of those who dwell in it and for the Fruit of their deeds Shepherd your people with your staff The flock of your heritage who dwells Solitarily in a woodland In the midst of camel

Let them feed in Basin and Gilead As in days of old As in the days when you came out of the Land of Egypt I will show them wonders The Nations shall see and be ashamed of All their might They shall put their hand over their Mouth Their ears shall be death They shall lick the dust like a serpent They shall crawl from their hulls like Snakes of the Earth They shall be afraid of the Lord Our God And shall fear because of you Who is a God Like You pardoning iniquity And passing over the transgression of The remnant of his heritage He does not retain his anger forever Because he Delights in Mercy He will again have compassion on us and Will subdue our iniquities You will cast all our sins into the Depths of the sea You will give truth to Jacob and mercy To Abraham Which you have sworn to our fathers from Days of old

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