|Author:||Frederick A. Tatford|
|Title:||Prophet of Messiah's Advent: Exposition of the Prophecy of Micah|
|Format:||lrf rtf lrf docx|
|ePUB size:||1464 kb|
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|Publisher:||Imprint unknown (September 15, 1974)|
Prophet Of Messiah's Advent book. Prophet of Messiah's Advent: Exposition of the Prophecy of Micah (Twentieth century series). 0900725419 (ISBN13: 9780900725418).
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Summary: Micah is the Prophet of the Messiah’s Advent, presenting the Salvation history of mankind - through Ruin caused by sin, temporary Reformation, proving the absolute need for Redemption by Jesus and Restoration of God’s Kingdom. The book of Micah isn’t one that springs to mind except perhaps at Christmas when we remember the well known verse, But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you be small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will rule over Israel, whose origins are from old, from ancient time (5:2). This verse is accepted as a reference to a Promised Ruler from Bethlehem – the Messiah, but there’s much more to the message of Micah than that! The Christmas Story quite rightly is celebrated as a key festival of the Christian Church.
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Question: "Is Micah 5:2 a Messianic prophecy?" Answer: Micah 5:2 predicts, But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, who are too little to be among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for me one who is to be ruler in Israel, whose coming forth is from of old, from ancient days. The verse clearly speaks of a coming king in Israel, but does it predict the coming of the Messiah? Micah 5:2 makes a couple of predictions. First, the birthplace of this future ruler of Israel would be Bethlehem Ephrathah
Frederick A. Tatford summarizes Daniel 9:5-8 in these words, There was no tautology in the prolific accumulation of expressions he used: it was rather that he sought to express by every possible word the enormity of the guilt and contumacy of himself and his people. They had sinned in wandering from the right, they had dealt perversely in their wilful impiety, they had done wickedly in their sheer infidelity, they had rebelled in deliberate refractoriness, they had turned aside from the Divine commandments and ordinances.
The Messiah was expected around the second quarter of the First Century . because the Millennium was at hand. Prior to that time he was not expected, because according to the chronology of the day the Millennium was still considerably removed.