RE Verse reading–Micah 6:1-8 (day six) “My people, what have I done to you? How have I burdened you? Answer me.” (vs 3) It is a question that we might ask a spouse or a friend. In moment of tension, we might say “what have I done to? Why are you acting this way?” It rarely elicits a response. The truth is too uncomfortable. In this case, the plaintiff is God and the complaint is against His people. What possible explanation is there for their behavior? Has He been unkind to them? Just the opposite. He has provided for them and been attentive to them. Even so, His kindness has been answered with ingratitude. No good deed goes unpunished. Maybe a pleading God seems weak to you. He is, however, making a point. Our disloyal lives have nothing to do with a failure of His. The truth is deeper (and worse) than we imagine. We are ungrateful people.