MICAH (750-710), NAHUM (713)
Baptist Church Bible Institute
3rd year, 2nd semester
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1. 1:1 What are the dates of Micah and under
which world empire? 2.
1:2-16 God is against Israel and Judah, but primarily _______.
Chapter 2 describes God's
with N. Israel.
Chapter 3 is God's anger towards the leaders of Israel.
3. 4:2 What will the Gentile nations do in the last days?
5:1-2 Which details of Messiah are seen in this 700-years-before Christ prophecy?
5:3-4 What will Messiah do to Israel after his first appearing?
5:5-6 Who does the last day Assyrian represent in the book of Revelation?
6:7-8 What do these texts (and many like them) suggest concerning animal sacrifices?
8. 7 all: Which words of Micah are typical of Israel and Judah's prophets?
9. 7 all: Which words of Micah are tyupical of Israel and Judah's prophets concerning His
promises to Abraham?
10. Nahum 1:1 Which other O. T. book is addressed to
Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian Empire?
11. Nahum 1 promises that Assyria
will not threaten ______.
12. 2:2 Where is N. Israel at the
time of Nahum?
13. When did Assyria fall to Babylon? See timeline.
1. 1:1 Micah was written between 750-710 B. C. N. Israel had gone into Assyrian
captivity in 722 B. C. but Judah was still free.
1:2-16 is primarily against N. Israel
4:2 Gentiles will come to Jerusalem and ask Hebrews to teach them God's law.
4. 5:1-2 a) 5:1 Messiah will be smitten, b) 5:2 Messiah will arise from Bethlehem, c) Messiah will
be ruler in Israel, d) Messiah will also be eternal God.
5. 5:3-4 Messiah will give up Israel until after the remnant returns.
6. 5:5-6 Assyria represents Israel's last day enemies. This is probably a reference to the "kings
of the east" who invade Israel in Revelation 16:12.
7. 6:7-8 They suggest that animal sacrifices may end.
8. 7 all: All of the words are typical of Israel and Judah's prophets.
9. 7:18-20 repeat God's unconditional
redemption of Isael and Judah as His chosen nation.
N. Israel was taken into captivity prior to Nahum in 722 B. C.
13. 610 B. C.