Micah has delivered some very strong messages of judgment. But at the end of chapter two, he speaks for God in a beautiful prophecy that tells us God doesn’t shy away from pointing out their sin, but He also isn’t shy about showing them mercy—not because of their worthiness or some fine character trait, but because of His own grace.
Anxiety shines a spotlight for us on how much we need the Lord. That's what Dr. McGee reminds us of as we explore God's Word and discover His solution to the things that keep us up at night. Be willing to do this one thing and be ready to receive God's unexplainable peace. More titles are available at TTB.org/booklets.