Micah was warning Israel and Judah of God's impending Judgment for idolatry and injustice in society, about the same time as Isaiah and Amos - just before Assyria's invasion in 722BC. Micah also foresaw a descendant of king David, born in Bethlehem, who would establish God's Kingdom earth.
What did I learn of God? - He speaks to His people regarding His Displeasure with their behaviour. He will repeat the same warning prior to executing Judgment.
What did I learn of myself? - Do I take note of what God has said? to discuss it or act on it? I have some responsibility for sins that happen in my nation and community. Do I have a 'holier than thou' attitude to other people's actions? or realise I am not guiltless of the sins of the again which I live? Do I humble myself at the knowledge of Judgment to come?
What did I praise God for? - His Warnings.
What did I pray for? - Mercy.
What is this saying in one sentence? - Coming Judgment.
Quote:- (Lawrence O. Richards) "People always have a choice between arrogance and humility, between proud independence and submission to God. The choice is to submit to God when He speaks to us through His Word, or submit bent over in shame as circumstances crush our pride. How wise to submit to God willingly, and let Him lift us up. How foolish to arrogantly resist God, and make him crush us."