(who is like God?), the same name as Micaiah. [Micaiah]
- An Israelite whose familiar story is preserved in the 17th and 18th chapters of Judges. Micah is evidently a devout believers
in Jehovah, and yet so completely ignorant is he of the law of Jehovah that the mode which he adopts of honoring him is to
make a molten and graven image, teraphim or images of domestic gods, and to set up an unauthorized priesthood, first in his
own family, (Judges 17:5) and then in the person of a Levite not of the priestly line. ver. (Judges 17:12) A body of 600 Danites break in upon and steal his idols from him.
- The sixth in order of the minor prophets. He is called the Morasthite, that is, a native of Moresheth, a small village near
Eleutheropolis to the east, where formerly the prophet’s tomb was shown, though in the days of Jerome it had been succeeded
by a church. Micah exercised the prophetical office during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, giving
thus a maximum limit of 59 years, B.C. 756-697, from the accession of Jotham to the death of Hezekiah, and a minimum limit
of 16 years, B.C. 742-726, from the death of Jotham to the accession of Hezekiah. He was contemporary with Hosea and Amos
during the part of their ministry in Israel, and with Isaiah in Judah.
- A descendant of Joel the Reubenite. (1 Chronicles 5:5)
- The son of Meribbaal or Mephibosheth, the son of Jonathan. (1 Chronicles 8:34,35; 9:40,41)
- A Kohathite levite, the eldest son of Uzziel the brother of Amram. (1 Chronicles 23:30)
- The father of Abdon, a man of high station in the reign of Josiah. (2 Chronicles 34:20)