My grandson’s name is Micah. He first came to visit us
in 2010 when he turned three years old.
This is sometimes how prophets think:
We look for divine appointments, dreams and visions.
Also we listen out for the voice of our Lord calling out to us.
The second time he came he was 6 years old.
I am demonstrating what Micah 3:6 says to me.
The times I have been most prophetic in my life, are times when I have looked for divine messages, visions and even dreams. So I felt when Micah came to us, I should read and find out about this minor prophet, Micah.
Micah 3:6 -12
The sun shall set on the prophets,
the day shall become dark upon them.
7 So the seers will be ashamed and the diviners will be abashed.
Indeed all of them will cover their lips,
for there will be no answer from God.
8 Nevertheless I myself am filled with power—with the Ruach Adonai—
with judgment, and with might,
to declare to Jacob his transgression,
and to Israel his sin.
9 Hear this, leaders of the house of Jacob, rulers of the house of Israel:
You who abhor justice,
and twist everything upright,
10 who build up Zion with bloodshed, and Jerusalem with injustice.
11 Her leaders give judgment for a bribe.
Her priests give direction for a price.
Her prophets practice divination for money.
Yet they lean on Adonai by saying:
“Is not Adonai in our midst?
No calamity will come upon us!”
12 Therefore, because of you, Zion will become a plowed field.
Yes, Jerusalem will become a heap of ruins,
and the Temple Mount will become a high place in a forest.
Tree of Life Version (TLV)