Great requirement

Often there is a reminder about the Great Commission and Great Commandment. The Great Commission is to go and make disciples of all nations. (Matthew 28:18-20) Disciples are called to love the Lord with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength, and love their neighbor as themselves. (Matthew 22: 36-40) However, there is a Great Requirement, which is generally neglected. (Micah 6:8) People of God are expected to do good. Micah in this verse writes about three requirements of the Lord.
Do justice: God is righteous, and he loves justice. (Psalms 11:7) Followers of the Lord Jesus Christ should be actively involved in bringing justice. First, in the personal life, seeking to do what is just or right always, at all places, in all circumstances. Second, believers express God’s justice in relationships within the family. Being judicious and considerate with a spouse, children, kith and kin is important. Third, disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ ought to articulate righteousness and justice in society. Also, they should be facilitators of justice, including social justice that is denied by culture or traditions, or by law.
Show mercy: God requires his people to show mercy to others. Being merciful should be a habit and nature. The Good Samaritan parable provides insights into showing mercy. First, showing mercy to the dying person. Emergency help. Second, showing mercy in a danger zone. The dacoits have wounded and looted the hapless man. They were somewhere near, a threat to Good Samaritan. Third, showing mercy to a stranger. The dying man was not a relative or his race. Four, showing mercy to those who may not be able to reciprocate.
Walk humbly before God: Lord expects his people to be humble before God, which is demonstrated in humble behavior in the world. Blessed are those who are humble, they shall inherit the earth. (Matthew 5:5) Only a humble person could bear the burden of others. (Galatians 6:2) Servant leadership is also a product of humility. Those who are humble, do not discriminate against others. They esteem others as more significant than themselves. (Philippians 2:3)
Do I fulfill God’s requirements daily?