Free Bible Study on Micah

HERE IS A FREE BIBLE STUDY ON MICAH FOR YOUR YOUTH GROUP!

This free Bible study on Micah will analyze Micah’s letter to Israel to help your students learn how to live lives that are pleasing to God.

HERE IS HOW THIS FREE BIBLE STUDY ON MICAH BREAKS DOWN:

“Who is like the Lord?” This was the exact question Micah wrestled with during his ministry. His entire life was dedicated to helping people understand and experience the true nature of the true God. As a prophet, he directly challenged false gods and corrupt religious leaders who misrepresented God. As a leader, he invited people to embrace a life that marvels at God and mirrors God’s character. Micah’s goal for God’s people was to help them live in a way that pleases God. So what does it look like to please God? And what does God expect of us?

It’s to “act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8). God’s not expecting the world’s best worship service, nor is He looking for the biggest offering ever given. He’s not looking for mindless rituals; He’s looking for an intentional heart. Micah 6:8 declares three expectations of God for His people: 

  1. Act justly.
  2. Walk humbly with God.
  3. Love mercy.

Scripture: Micah 6:6-8

This Bible study was adapted from our stand-alone sermon on Micah. Click here to view the Micah sermon script. You might also like these free small group Bible studies for youth.

THIS FREE BIBLE STUDY INCLUDES:

–Small group guide (intended for stand-alone small group)
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