Read Micah 3:1-3
- Who is being spoken to?
- What are they being accused of?
- Do you think the acts in verse 3 are literal or figurative? If figurative, what does it represent?
Read Micah 3:4-7
- Who is God not answering in verse 4?
- Who are the prophets supposed to serve?
- What do the prophets’ actions say about who they are serving?
Read Micah 3:8-12
- Would you consider teaching, judging, and prophecy acts of service?
- Why are they considered transgressions here?
- Is declaring transgressions normally considered an act of service? Is it considered an act of service here?
- Look at Jeremiah 26:17-19, would you say it is viewed as a service or not?
- Who is Micah serving?
- What is an act of service that you performed in the last week for someone?
Read Galatians 5:13-15
- Does verse 15 add any insight to Micah 3:2-3?
- Which is more important: the reason we serve or how we serve?
- How can we pray for you?