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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Micah 3:8


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    King James Bible - Micah 3:8

    But truly I am full of power by the spirit of the LORD, and of judgment, and of might, to declare unto Jacob his transgression, and to Israel his sin.

    World English Bible

    But as for me, I am
    full of power by the Spirit of Yahweh, and of judgment, and of might, to declare to Jacob his disobedience, and to Israel his sin.

    Douay-Rheims - Micah 3:8

    But yet I am filled with the
    strength of the spirit of the Lord, with judgment, and power: to declare unto Jacob his wickedness, and to Israel his sin.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    But truly I am
    full of power by the spirit of the LORD, and of judgment, and of might, to declare to Jacob his transgression, and to Israel his sin.

    Original Hebrew

    ואולם
    199 אנכי 595 מלאתי 4390 כח 3581 את 853 רוח 7307 יהוה 3068 ומשׁפט 4941 וגבורה 1369 להגיד 5046 ליעקב 3290 פשׁעו 6588 ולישׂראל 3478 חטאתו׃ 2403

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    VERSE (8) -
    Job 32:18 Isa 11:2,3; 58:1 Jer 1:18; 6:11; 15:19-21; 20:9 Eze 3:14

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:8

    ¶ Pero yo estoy lleno de fuerza del Espíritu del SEÑOR, y de juicio, y de fortaleza, para denunciar a Jacob su rebelión, y a Israel su pecado.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Micah 3:8

    Verse 8. But-I am
    full of power] Here is the character of the true prophet. He is filled, all his soul is occupied with power, jk coach, with heavenly energy; by the Spirit of the Lord, the fountain of all truth and might; and of judgment, which enables him to make a proper discernment between the precious and the vile; and of might, hrwbg geburah, prevalent power, against which vice shall not be able to prevail, and before which iniquity shall not be able to stand: but all shall fall together, and be confounded.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 8. But truly I am
    full of power by the Spirit of the Lord , etc.] Or, “full of power, even, the Spirit of the Lord”, as Gussetius f126 , by way of contrast, and as explaining what is meant by power; for so the Spirit is sometimes called from his gifts and graces, which are powerful in men; (see Luke 24:47 Acts 1:8 6:5,8). These are the words of Micah concerning himself, in opposition to the false prophets, who are destitute of the Spirit of God; men of mean sordid dispositions, that had nothing but sinister and selfish ends in view, and not in the least qualified for the office and character they bore; whereas he could say of himself, with truth, that he was possessed of sufficient abilities for such an employment; and which he had, not of himself, but from the Spirit of God, who gives gifts to men, and divides them to each as he will; so that this was no vaunt and vain boast, or a piece of arrogance and ostentation in the prophet; since he only opposes himself to the false prophets, and ascribes his endowments and qualifications, not to himself, but to the Spirit of God; he had, though they had not, answers from the Lord, visions and prophecies from him, with a commission and abilities from him to execute the office of a prophet, being under the inspiration of the Spirit of God, and full of him and his gifts: and of judgment, and of might ; or of the judgment of truth, as the Targum; being able to discern truth and error, between what comes from the Spirit of God, and what from a lying spirit, or a spirit of divination and falsehood; what is proper to, be spoken, when the right time, and to whom; and having courage and greatness of mind, fearing no man’s person or face, but bold to declare unto Jacob his transgression, and to Israel his sin ; freely and openly to set it before them in a true light, with all aggravating circumstances, and reprove them for the same; and threaten them with the judgments of God in case they, repented not; (see Isaiah 58:1); and as a proof of all this, says what follows:

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-8 -
    Men cannot expect to do ill, and fare well; but to find that done to them which they did to others. How seldom do wholesome truths reach the ears of those in high stations or in authority! Those who deceiv others are preparing confusion for their own faces. The prophet ha ardent love to God and to the souls of men; deep concern for his glor and their salvation, and zeal against sin. The difficulties he met with did not drive him from his work. He had this strength; not from and of himself, but he was full of power by the Spirit of the Lord. Those wh act honestly, may act boldly. And those who come to hear the word of God, must be willing to be told of their faults, must take it kindly and be thankful.


    Original Hebrew

    ואולם 199 אנכי 595 מלאתי 4390 כח 3581 את 853 רוח 7307 יהוה 3068 ומשׁפט 4941 וגבורה 1369 להגיד 5046 ליעקב 3290 פשׁעו 6588 ולישׂראל 3478 חטאתו׃ 2403


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