If you ever want to test your marriage, renovate your kitchen. You can fail, but when you fail to Failure you make it 100 time worse. Micah's job was to point out other peoples' failures; tough love. He tells them how they should respond after their failure. This message is for us today as we struggle in our sins. Micah points out the proper response to our failures.
There are a couple of ways we fail to failure:
1) We do not acknowledge our failures; we hide from our sins. Our Christianity becomes our walk with the Lords name stamped on it. We become professional Christians, the hypocrites. Micah will bear the wrath of God, completely acknowledge his and Israel's sins. When we mess up, we look around to see who noticed, then cover up our failure. Sin is not the failure, but when we don't look to the Lord after the sin, that is when you are a failure.
2) We fail at Failure when we don't accept the Lord's restoration. We sit in darkness, feeling disqualified from being a Christians, b