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The glorious '''Prophet Micah''' is the sixth of the [[Prophet|Twelve Minor Prophets]] who lived in the late eighth century B.C., contemporary with the [[Prophet]]s [[Isaiah]], [[Amos]], and [[Hosea]]. His name is a shortened version of ''Micaiah'', which means ''Who is from God''. He is remembered for his foretelling of Bethlehem as the birthplace of the Messiah in the [[Old Testament]]'s ''[[Book of Micah]]''. His [[feast day]]s are celebrated on [[January 5]] and [[August 14]].