The prophet Micah's ministry probably focussed on the southern kingdom of Judah, but like Hosea and Amos he also predicted the demise of the northern kingdom of Israel and probably spent time working in the north trying to warn the people. The destruction of Samaria ultimately came in 721 BC during Micah's ministry, and it would have made his appeals for reform in the south all the more pertinent. By focussing on God's ultimate plan to be reunited with His people through the work of a Messianic figure (chapters 4-5) Micah reveals important new information (beyond what Amos and Hosea had shown) about God's purpose and how it will be accomplished.

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