New Defender's Study Bible Notes
4:1 the last days. Amos 4:1-3 is essentially identical to Isaiah 2:2-4. Presumably Micah used Isaiah’s beautiful language describing the future kingdom age because it suited so perfectly the context of his own prophecy. We might also infer that the Holy Spirit, who inspired both men, intended thereby to emphasize the supreme importance of this particular revelation.
4:11 gathered against thee. Here Micah leaps over the coming captivity in Babylon (Micah 4:10) and deliverance therefrom, to the great ultimate invasion of Israel in the last days (Revelation 16:13-16).