from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Bible Variant of Micah1.
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- n. an Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Micah foretelling the destruction of Jerusalem
- n. a minor Hebrew prophet (8th century BC)
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And the messenger that went to call Micheas, spoke to him, saying: Behold the words of the prophets with one mouth declare good things to the king: let thy word, therefore, be like to theirs, and speak that which is good.
And the messenger that went to call Micheas, said to him: Behold the words of all the prophets with one mouth declare good to the king: I beseech thee therefore let not thy word disagree with them, and speak thou also good success.
And the messenger that went to call Micheas, said to him: Behold the words of all the prophets with one mouth declare good to the king:
Micheas 5:1: Now shalt thou be laid waste, O daughter of the robber: they have laid siege against us, with a rod shall they strike the cheek of the judge of Israel..
A hundred times in his Gospel, he goes back into the history of the past, quoting from Isaiah, Jeremiah, Micheas, David, Daniel and all the prophets; after piling them one upon the other in a great cumulative argument, he says to his people in effect: "This is the glory of Israel, this is our hope, we have begotten the Son of the Living God; we have given to the world the Messiah."
Micheas of Morasthi was a prophet in the days of Ezechias king of Juda, and he spoke to all the people of Juda, saying: Thus saith the
The word of the Lord, that came to Micheas, the Morasthite, in the days of Joathan, Achaz, and Ezechias, kings of Juda: which he saw concerning Samaria and Jerusalem.
And when Micheas the son of Gamarias the son of Saphan had heard out of the book all the words of the Lord,
And Micheas told them all the words that he had heard when
First, He prepared the way for our ascent into heaven, according to His own saying (John 14: 2): "I go to prepare a place for you," and the words of Micheas (2: 13), "He shall go up that shall open the way before them."
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