Fellowship with the Father, and with His Son, Jesus Christ, is the exalted privilege of all His people. 1. ];” and in the event will surely shew himself “mighty to save.” “Wait, then, on the Lord, every one of you; and be of good courage; and he will strengthen your heart: wait, I say, upon the Lord [Note: Psalms 27:14.].”]. These delays have always been common. He has given Himself to be my God. Th… Home × Home; Bible. In declining and sad times the people of God ought to be most earnest in dealing with Him, defending on Him, and expecting His help. Waiting for the Lord is not a suspension of mental activity, nor a cessation of personal exertion; it is a lively exercise of the mind, ardently desiring and diligently seeking the blessings of salvation in all the duties and ordinances of the Gospel. In every ago of the world, under every dispensation of society, God’s people have been the same, their wants the same, their dependence the same, their tastes the same, their principles the same. The prophet says, "Keep the doors of thy mouth from her that lieth in thy bosom. 3. Woe is me! Micah 7:7 Therefore I will look unto the LORD I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me. Passage Lookup; Keyword Search ; Available Versions; Audio Bibles; Bible Engagement; Study. Trembles at My Word. Therefore I will look unto the Lord - as if no one else were before mine eyes. Micah 7:1-20. Yet there is a great resemblance among them too. Rejoice not over me, O mine enemy! “The Lord will hear me”. 5. The Church calls Him “the God of their salvation.” And so He is, in every sense of the word. Micah 7:7 in all English translations. The soul’s confidence is here grounded on relationship to God. 8:17. Chapter 7 . I. The title. The depravities of society, its treacheries, its selfishness, and its furious lust overpowered all faith but faith in God, and compelled, through a terrible discipline, and yet a gracious one, to that Christlike attitude of perfect resignation and perfect devotion and perfect hope depicted by the text. Deliverance and salvation are bound up with God, and that, in man‘s personal experience. Scriptural Commentary (or Inspired Babbling) Monday, October 28, 2013. This will call forth the help of God assuredly, yea though it were by miracle, as to Lot in Sodom, to Moses and the people from Pharaoh, to David from Saul, to Hezekiah from Sennacherib, to the Maccabees from Antiochus. Micah 7:7, ESV: "But as for me, I will look to the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation; my God will hear me." Therefore all mistrust and despondency is then to be supremely avoided, and a certain hope and confidence in God is to be elicited. II. So does God deal with his people; permitting the wrath of man to prevail against them so far as shall be conducive to their best interests, but restraining the remainder, which would counteract his views [Note: Psalms 76:10.]. This may be done, if we direct our eyes to God alone. This is the voice of faith; and here is the faith and patience of the saints, Revelation 13:10; Revelation 14:12. This commentary has been through Advanced Checking.. "dread" (BDB 808), Exod. “I would wait;” for man‘s longing trust must be upheld by God. In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God. Therefore - (And,) when all these things come to pass and all human help fails, “I”, for my part, “will look unto”, (literally, “on”) “the Lord” God, the Unchangeable. Choose Verse. Words in boxes are from the Bible. Men had no comfort, no satisfaction in their own families or in their nearest relations. By ואני what follows is attached adversatively to the preceding words. It is not only, “Saviour God,” but “God, my Saviour,” Thou who hast been, art, and wilt be, my God, my saving God. But there is a deliverance that is emphatically called “salvation”; a deliverance from the wrath to come, from the powers of darkness, from the tyranny of the world, from the slavery of sin,--from all its remains and its consequences. 8 Do not rejoice over me, O my enemy. Micah speaks a message from God to all the nations. Micah 7. This is the highest of all grounds for confidence,--what God is in Himself, irrespective of all other considerations whatsoever. For I have become like one who, after the summer fruit has been gathered, after the vintage has been gleaned, 11:11. 6. The whole force of faith consisteth in this, saith Luther, Ut quis bene applicet pronomina, that a man will apply pronouns; that he can fiducially say, My God; and, will hear me. Micah 7:7 <> Isa. 1. 7. Everyone is a thief and a murderer. To what measures they should have recourse—. — — — God deals with you as a skilful person does with a wheel and engine that is under his controul. They are totally abandoned unto God's care. “Delight thyself in the Lord, and he shall give thee the desires of thy heart. 1. My God will hear me] According to my faith, and his own faithfulness. And then to look to God is especially needful, when all excesses of wickedness prevail in the world: when the lusts of men become the rule and the law, we ought then to renounce in a manner the society of men, that they may not implicate us in their wickedness. "I have waited for thy salvation, O Lord," saith dying Jacob, Genesis 49:18; and "I will wait for the God of my salvation," saith our prophet here, for a precedent to all the good souls of his time. He prophesied during the reigns of kings Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah of Judah. Looking unto the Lord is an all-sufficient remedy to keep them from being carried away in a declining time, and from discouragement in a sad time. He would bring salvation to His people ultimately (cf. Mic 7:8. He relied on Scripture promises. Micah 7:7, KJV: "Therefore I will look unto the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me." The whole teaching of Scripture assures us that confidence in God cannot be misplaced--cannot be disappointed. my God will hear me; this is the language of faith, both to say that God was his God, and that he would hear and answer him; the former is the ground of the latter; God has an ear to hear when his people cry; and sooner or later it appears that he does hear, by giving an answer of peace unto them, which issues in their salvation they have been praying, looking, and waiting for. There is more eloquence in that sentence than in all the orations of Demosthenes. (Micah 7:7) - Friends may be unfaithful, but the Lord will not turn away from the gracious soul; on the contrary, He will hear all its desires. A man cannot call God his God in truth unless he desires to obey Him. What does the resolution include? We must not only “look unto the Lord,” but also “wait for Him.” Having no hope from man (Micah 7:5, Micah 7:6), Micah speaks in the name of Israel, who herein, taught by chastisement (Micah 7:4) to feel her sin (Micah 7:9), casts herself on the Lord as her only hope,” in patient waiting (Lamentations 3:26). Therefore all mistrust and despondency is then to be supremely avoided, and a certain hope and confidence in God is to be elicited. It is not only, "Saviour God," but "God, my Saviour," Thou who hast been, art, and wilt be, my God, my saving God. Because He is God, the living and true God: The oracles of the heathen are but liars. To Him will I look. 58:6–7. His reign was one of great national success, and a record of his wars... To Get the Full List of Definitions: Sign Up or Login. 2. Evening, and morning, and at noon-day, will I pray, and cry aloud; and he shall hear my voice [Note: Psalms 55:16-17. Ver. Micah 7:7-20 is, primarily, the confession and intercession of the prophet, who identifies himself with Israel. Because in the covenant His hearing prayer is included. The reason Micah did not succumb to utter pessimism in view of the terrible conditions in his day is that he determined to trust God. Micah 7:7 - Therefore I will look unto the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me. Deliverance and salvation are bound up with God, and that, in man's personal experience. As the early fig gathered in June is eagerly sought for by the traveler, so the prophet sought anxiously for a good man; but his God {Forerunner Commentary} God {Nave's Topical Bible} God {Torrey's Topical Textbook} Lord {Forerunner Commentary} Lord {Nave's Topical Bible} Salvation {Forerunner Commentary} Salvation {Nave's Topical Bible} Salvation {Torrey's Topical Textbook} Will {Forerunner Commentary} Will {Nave's Topical Bible} Other topical entries containing Micah 7:7: ].” And, “if you lose father or mother, houses or lands, for his sake, you shall receive an hundred-fold more in this life, to supply their loss; and in the world to come, eternal life [Note: Mark 10:29-30. Chapter 7 . Oh! Micah 7. The soul’s confidence is founded also on the promise, “My God will hear me.” It is not a question, Will God hear me? Active character of faith. Our … His communion with God. 1. 4. ].” Abraham, the father of the faithful, built an altar to God in every place where he abode. Matthew Henry :: Commentary on Micah 7 ← Back to Matthew Henry's Bio & Resources. I will suppose that they are heavy: yet, if they bring you to God, and God to you, tell me, Have you any cause to complain? (1-7) Reliance on God, and triumph over enemies. The Prophet Micah, in his own conduct, well illustrates this. Cf. A man's enemies are the men of his own house." Retail: $22.99. “I will.” It is look is one of power, and it means help and protection. Easton.). Their Redeemer is the Deity. These were emphatically distinguished from each other by the holy Christ himself (John 8), and by the apostle Paul whose epistle to the Romans cannot be understood at all apart from the discernment of the two Israels. I. "The Lord will hear me". “This is the confidence that we have in him, that if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us. ]:” insomuch that he is really the happiest man who has least dependence on, or, except in a very distant way, communication with, his fellow-man. The promises and goodness of God should excite our confidence, and promote gratitude and praise. He was one of his people; and this seems to have been the common privilege of all the Jews: yet the Prophet no doubt connects God with himself here in a peculiar manner; for men in general had fallen away into ungodliness. And the phrase “My God” hints at a joy and delight in Him. Micah 7:7 Context. A final prophecy of what God will do (Micah 7:18-20) brings the prophecy of Micah to a close. ... 7:17-18 The Tyndale Commentary, vol. Is there not occasion for the same lamentation now? I will wait for the God of my salvation. Home × Home; Bible. At those seasons it was dangerous for a man to “trust his friend, or even the wife of his bosom,” if he was inclined to serve the living God. “The God of my salvation.” The prophet had obtained mercy of the Lord, and was a partaker of His saving influence. “A son would rise up against his father, and a daughter against her mother; and a man’s greatest enemies were often those of his own household.”, It is remarkable, that our blessed Lord has cited this very passage, not only as applicable to, but as particularly characteristic of, the dispensation which he came to introduce: “The brother,” says he, “shall deliver up the brother to death, and the father the child; and the children shall rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death. Micah 7:12 <> Isa. In the preceding verses Micah addresses the few who were pious among them by way of caution, against treacherous friendships and creature confidence, and by way of encouragement, to trust solely in the Saviour of Israel for preservation and deliverance. With our faith and ardency in expecting God’s help, patient waiting is also to be conjoined, by keeping His way, notwithstanding difficulties or delays of deliverance, and resolving to have faith exercised before it get the victory. My God will hear me; he doth hear my cry, and will deliver me. The Lord makes use of troublesome and declining times to drive His people the more to their duty and thrift. 4. For explanation under your affliction. Micah 7:7. And you are to “wait.” Waiting supposes some delay in God’s appearance on the behalf of His people. The Lord. And how blessed is that disappointment, trouble, sorrow, or whatever affliction it may be, that compels the heart to leave everything to the Lord! The same sentiment we often meet with in Psalms 119:0 : its import is, that the faithful are not to suffer themselves to be led away by bad examples, but to continue ever obedient to God’s word, however great and violent the provocations they may receive. The only revelation God gives us of Himself in His Word has reference to the offices He sustains for His people, and the relation He bears to poor sinners. “For the God of my salvation”. Micah 7 Devotional Commentary Choose Chapter. 2. Whensoever we call, God will hear. the God of my salvation; who only can, and who graciously hath promised to save his church. To whom does the resolution of this text refer? For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and a man’s foes shall be those of his own household [Note: ver. His purpose of waiting on God he had expressed wistfully. This then is the reason why he calls him the God of his salvation. Even though all love and faithfulness should have vanished from among men, and the day of visitation … In spite of his dire circumstances, Micah, as a watchman (verse 4), would intently look for evidence of God’s working. “My God” implies that the obedience of your life is rendered to Him most cheerfully. 15:16 and Micah 7:17. A designed experience this is, and not a casual one (so to speak) on God’s side. See also Psalms 40:1-3. There is a necessary connection, in virtue of an essential law of the spiritual life, between the “receiving of the atonement” and the offering up of our desires unto God. . Because my God has heard me so many times. Agrippa I. “My God” supposes an appropriation of faith. The prophet’s encouragement. But when the faithful themselves are provoked by injuries, there seems then to be a just reason for doing wrong; for they say that they willfully do harm to no one, but only resist an injury done to them, or retaliate fraud with fraud: this they think is lawful. Scriptural Commentary (or Inspired Babbling) Monday, October 28, 2013. The word is almost appropriated to a longing waiting for God. Bible > Bible Commentary; Wesley’s Explanatory Notes; Micah; Micah 7; John Wesley’s Explanatory Notes << Micah 6 | Micah 7 | Nahum 1 >> (Read all of Micah 7) Verse 1 [1] Woe is me! Spurgeon. 1. Micah 7:7 . Of this salvation, the purpose, the plan, the execution, the application, and the consummation are of God and of grace. He showed how the sins of idolatry, rebellion against the God of the covenant, corruption and exploitation of the vulnerable would lead to God’s inescapable and painful judgment. 2. Les Painter. Micah 7:17. Differences in opinions, speculations, discipline, religious usages, forms and ceremonies, only concern the dress of religion; the body is essentially the same. The rich and the poor, the old and the young, all shall have their appropriate gratifications; and all agree to hold each other innocent. Therefore, be it far from me to doubt His present and future favour. ]!” And having represented this with the fidelity that became him, he declares, with no common measure of complacency, the manner in which he proposed to occupy his mind: “Therefore I will look unto the Lord; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me:” that is, the more others depart from God, the more will I seek his face. “My God, the God of my salvation.” This is the language of humble assurance. 58:6–7. The prophet sets himself, I, with emphasis, against the multitude of the ungodly. First, he recognized that their sin had left them impoverished (there is no cluster to eat of the first-ripe fruit which my soul … For I have become like one who, after the summer fruit has been gathered, after the vintage has been gleaned, 1, 2.]. Often we read of the foolishness, fretfulness, disobedience and rebellion of sinful man, but then in contrast we read of the faithfulness, graciousness and long-suffering of the Lord. But who that turns aside the veil, and beholds the saint in communion with his God, will be of that opinion? As believers we have a choice. The Prophet then recommends here, by his example, an attention to prayer. "For the God of my salvation". It is well, when faith’s trial comes, to be prepared with some great standard truth to which we may hold fast under all circumstances. Micah 7:7 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Micah 7:7, NIV: "But as for me, I watch in hope for the LORD, I wait for God my Savior; my God will hear me." Micah 7:10. Faith is “the victory that overcometh the world.” God is the object of that faith; His Word is the ground upon which it rests, and confidence and peace and assurance forever are its invariable fruits. The words, God of my salvation, My God,” indicate the exercise of that appropriating faith by which we “lay hold on the hope set before us” in the everlasting Gospel. You should look to Him--. Micah 7:7-9 "Therefore I will look unto the Lord; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me. The Targum is. The book’s superscription places his prophetic activity during the reigns of three kings of Judah: Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah. See the Structure. (William Jay. This I will do; and yet more than this. The word is almost appropriated to a longing waiting for God. If you survey the human race you will find among them numberless differences. And he calls him the God of his salvation; by which he intimates that, relying on his word, he thus perseveres in enduring injuries: for it cannot be but that every one will submit himself to God, and surrender himself to be protected by him, if this truth be first fixed in his mind — that God will never forsake his own people. He is able, willing, has promised to help. App-4. ]” What then should we do, but adopt, every one of us for ourselves, the determination of David, saying, “As for me, I will call upon God, and the Lord shall hear me. ), The Lord Jehovah is a never-failing source of consolation to His believing people. It is not only, “Saviour God,” but “God, my Saviour,” Thou who hast been, art, and wilt be, my God, my saving God. 1. One day he was taken to the king’s storehouses, and there, to his amazement, he saw, with his address on them, all the packages that had been made up for him, and sent. The favour. He was encouraged by--. II. The soul’s confidence grounded upon Deity--upon what God is. My God will hear me. The Targum is. Commit thy way unto the Lord, trust also in him, and he shall bring it to pass: he shall bring forth thy righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as the noon-day [Note: Psalms 37:4-6. ), "But as for me, I will look unto Jehovah; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me.". In so much of the Word of God we discover the little word 'BUT'. The Church also calls Him her God. But he still believingly waited for the progressive and perfect accomplishment of the work which He had already begun. The tempting enticements towards worldly pursuits, fleshly ways and ungodly activities are the challenges we all face in a Christ-rejecting, sinful world. Our Price: $26.99 Save: $23.00 (46%) Buy Now. "I would wait;" for man's longing trust must be upheld by God. He has promised, that you shall not be “tempted above that ye are able; but shall, with the temptation, have also a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it [Note: 1 Corinthians 10:13. Salvation {Forerunner Commentary} Salvation {Nave's Topical Bible} Salvation {Torrey's Topical Textbook} Watch {Forerunner Commentary} Watch {Nave's Topical Bible} Will {Forerunner Commentary} Will {Nave's Topical Bible} Keep {Forerunner Commentary} Expectancy {Forerunner Commentary} Other topical entries containing Micah 7:7: When the oppressions of sin beat down the soul, and the burden on the conscience is heavy; when convictions lacerate and fears overwhelm, and the heart is agonised with the apprehension of the wrath of an angry God; when man is wearied and distracted with the world and sin, wondrous is the change to purity, freedom, and peace, when the vow of the prophet can formulate the soul’s aspirations as in the text. 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