Sermon: “God’s Blessing for the World” from Dan Mitchum

Dan Mitchum - June 30, 2024

God's Blessing for the World

At this time of year in Israel, the sun bakes the ancient soil, hardening and cracking it. The land is parched, making it nearly impossible to farm or make a living. Micah likens the hard soil to the hard hearts of God’s people. But there was hope. God’s remnant—those who remained faithful to Him—would be like dew from the Lord and showers on the grass. God used believers to bless those around them. We, too, are living in a parched land. So many people are hardening their hearts to the Lord, and our country is desperate for hope. We are to be God’s blessing for the world. As we act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God, we bring refreshing showers and dew to our world.

Scripture References: Micah 5:5-15

From Series: "The Book of Micah"

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