Prophecy is a word that carries a lot of definitions. It creates excitement and curiosity in some, while suspicion and fear in others. We must discipline ourselves not to follow our emotional responses, but to learn and understand how God uses prophecy and defines prophets. With something that can be as sensational as prophecy, there are, of course, false prophets. In ancient times, a man named Micah was commissioned by the LORD to confront the false prophets of his time. Micah’s name means, “who is like Yahweh” and he lived during the reigns of kings Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah of Judah, making him a contemporary of the prophet Isaiah. Micah was called to speak to both Samaria and Jerusalem, the capital cities of Israel and Judah, and he prophesied against both nations’ false prophets. Today, let us aim to understand how God defines true prophets, and make sense of everything through the Word of God.
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