- Micha used 4 times.
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: Yes
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
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- Included in BDB: Yes
1. 2 Samuel 9:12 =MICAH (2).
2. The son of Zabdi, a Levite of the family of Asaph (Nehemiah 11:17, 22).
same as Micaiah
(who is like God?).
Who is like God?
1. The title given to one of the chief angels (Daniel 10:13, 21; 12:1). He had special charge of Israel as a nation. He disputed with Satan (Jude 1:9) about the body of Moses. He is also represented as warning against "that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world" (Revelation 12:7-9).
2. The father of Sethur, the spy selected to represent Asher (Numbers 13:13).
3. 1 Chronicles 7:3, a chief of the tribe of Issachar.
4. 1 Chronicles 8:16, a Benjamite.
5. A chief Gadite in Bashan (1 Chronicles 5:13).
6. A Manassite, "a captain of thousands" who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chronicles 12:20).
7. A Gershonite Levite (1 Chronicles 6:40).
8. The father of Omri (1 Chronicles 27:18).
9. One of the sons of king Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 21:2, 4). He was murdered by his brother Jehoram.
1. An Asherite
2. Two Gadites
1 Chronicles 5:13-14
3. A Gershonite Levite
1 Chronicles 6:40
4. A descendant of Issachar
1 Chronicles 7:3
5. A Benjamite
1 Chronicles 8:16
6. A captain of the thousands of Manasseh who joined David at Ziklag
1 Chronicles 12:20
7. Father of Omri
1 Chronicles 27:18
8. Son of Jehoshaphat, slain by his brother, Jehoram
2 Chronicles 21:2-4
9. Father of Zebadiah
10. The Archangel:
Contention with the devil
Fights with the dragon
(who is like God?).
- An Asherite, father of Sethur, one of the twelve spies. (Numbers 13:13)
- One of the Gadites who settled in the land of Bashan. (1 Chronicles 5:13)
- Another Gadite, ancestor of Abihail. (1 Chronicles 5:14)
- A Gershionite Levite, ancestor of Asaph. (1 Chronicles 6:40)
- One of the five sons of Izrahiah, of the tribe of Issachar. (1 Chronicles 7:3)
- A Benjamite of the sons of Beriah. (1 Chronicles 8:16)
- One of the captains of the "thousands" of Manasseh who joined David at Ziklag. (1 Chronicles 12:20)
- The father or ancestor of Omri, chief of the tribe of Issachar in the reign of David. (1 Chronicles 27:18)
- One of the sons of Jehoshaphat who were murdered by their elder brother, Jehoram. (2 Chronicles 21:2,4)
- The father or ancestor of Zebadiah, of the sons of Shephatiah. (Ezra 8:8)
- "One," or "the first, of the chief princes" or archangels, (Daniel 10:21) as the "prince" of Isr'l, and in ch. (Daniel 12:1) as "the great prince which standeth" in time conflict "for the children of thy people."
MI'CHAELITE, noun A subvariety of siliceous sinter, found in the isle of St. Michael.
MICH'AELMAS, noun The feast of St. Michael, a festival of the Romish church, celebrated Sept.29; hence,
1. In colloquial language, autumn.
1. The queen-mother of King Abijah (2 Chronicles 13:2). (See MAACAH ).
2. One of those sent out by Jehoshaphat to instruct the people in the law (2 Chronicles 17:7).
3. 2 Kings 22:12.
4. The son of Gemariah. He reported to the king's officers Jeremiah's prediction, which he had heard Baruch read (Jeremiah 36:11, 13) from his father Gemariah's chamber in the temple.
5. A Levite (Nehemiah 12:35).
6. A priest (Nehemiah 12:41).
Michael, same as Micah
1. Father of Achbor
2 Kings 22:12
2. See Maachah, 4
3. A prince sent by Jehoshaphat to teach the law in the cities of Judah
2 Chronicles 17:7
5. Son of Gemariah, who expounds to the princes the prophecies of Jeremiah read by Baruch to the people
(who is like God?).
- Same as MICAH 6. (2 Chronicles 34:25)
- Same as MICHA 3. (1 Chronicles 9:15; Nehemiah 12:35)
- One of the priests at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem. (Nehemiah 12:41)
- The daughter of Uriel of Gibeah, wife of Rehoboam and mother of Abijah king of Judah. (2 Chronicles 13:2) [MAACHAH,3]
- One of the princes of Jehoshaphat whom he sent to teach the law of Jehovah in the cities of Judah. (2 Chronicles 17:7)
- The son of Gemariah. He is only mentioned on one occasion. (Jeremiah 36:11,13,14)
Rivulet, or who as God?, the younger of Saul's two daughters by his wife Ahinoam (1 Samuel 14:49, 50). "Attracted by the graces of his person and the gallantry of his conduct, she fell in love with David and became his wife" (18:20-28). She showed her affection for him by promoting his escape to Naioth when Saul sought his life (1 Samuel 19:12-17. Comp. Psalms 59. See TERAPHIM). After this she did not see David for many years. Meanwhile she was given in marriage to another man, Phalti or Phaltiel of Gallim (1 Samuel 25:44), but David afterwards formally reclaimed her as his lawful wife (2 Samuel 3:13-16). The relation between her and David soon after this was altered. They became alienated from each other. This happened on that memorable day when the ark was brought up in great triumph from its temporary resting-place to the Holy City. In David's conduct on that occasion she saw nothing but a needless humiliation of the royal dignity (1 Chronicles 15:29). She remained childless, and thus the races of David and Saul were not mixed. In 2 Samuel 21:8 her name again occurs, but the name Merab should probably be here substituted for Michal (comp. 1 Samuel 18:19).
who is perfect?
Daughter of Saul.
Given to David as a reward for slaying Goliath
1 Samuel 18:22-28
Rescues David from death
1 Samuel 19:9-17
Saul forcibly separates them and she is given in marriage to Phalti
1 Samuel 25:44
David recovers, to himself
2 Samuel 3:13-16
(who is like God?), the younger of Saul's two daughters, (1 Samuel 14:49) who married David. The price fixed on Michal's hand was no less than the slaughter of a hundred Philistines. David by a brilliant feat doubled the tale of victims, and Michal became his wife. Shortly afterward she saved David from the assassins whom her father had sent to take his life. (1 Samuel 19:11-17) When the rupture between Saul and David had become open and incurable, she was married to another man, Phalti or Phaltiel of Gallim. (1 Samuel 25:44) After the death of her father and brothers at Gilboa, David compelled her new husband to surrender Michal to him. (2 Samuel 3:13-16) How Michal comported herself in the altered circumstances of David's household we are not told; but it is plain from the subsequent occurrences that something had happened to alter the relations of herself and David, for on the day of David's greatest triumph, when he brought the ark of Jehovah to Jerusalem, we are told that "she despised him in her heart." All intercourse between her and David ceased from that date. (2 Samuel 6:20-23) Her name appears, (2 Samuel 21:8) as the mother of five of the grandchildren of Saul.