"Who is a God like you, pardoning iniquity and passing over transgression for the remnant of his inheritance? He does not retain his anger forever, because he delights in steadfast love. He will again have compassion on us; he will tread our iniquities underfoot. You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea. You will show faithfulness to Jacob and steadfast love to Abraham, as you have sworn to our fathers from the days of old." (Micah 7:18-20 ESV) I have been reading through the prophets recently, and this text has been a huge source of comfort and encouragement for me. A few days ago I shared this text to a Christian brother, and it ended up leading to him explaining how this text applies to premillennialist eschatology; the remnant of Israel being preserved for Christ's thousand year reign. Now, I'm not very well read on eschatological positions, but it seems to me that this text is already fulfilled. It would appear from the plain reading of the text that this is shadowing Christ's work on the cross to fulfill the covenant made to Abraham and Jacob in saving God's elect and pardoning them from all unrighteousness. Am I inconsistent to conclude that this passage is already fulfilled?