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Sunday School

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INTRODUCTION.

We don’t have to look far to find a country that’s full of corruption. Everyday newspapers are full of corruption in many areas including political, economic, entertainment, sports, financial and yes, even churches. Sleaze is everywhere! Here in America we’ve seen politicians run for office on a fight corruption platform and then be arrested months later and prosecuted for all kinds of corruption. But this is not new. Our lesson this week describes the corrupt world in which Micah ministered. He was called to preach in a land where the leaders, both religious and political, and the courts were filled with corruption, like many places in the world today. Micah accused the leaders of not caring for those whom they should have protected. History has proven that when any nation has selfish, greedy, corrupt people in leadership roles, that nation deteriorates rapidly and is soon destroyed. Micah confronted such corruption in this week’s lesson.

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