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Amos

Amos pronounces judgment on Israel's enemies, before delivering the main burden of judgment against Israel herself. His courageous and unusually stern prophesy was issued primarily at Bethel, the seat of idolatry in the northern kingdom. He attacks Satan's stronghold, Bethel, and when he is opposed by the idolatrous priest, Amaziah, becomes even bolder in his preaching. Amos was God's messenger to call the nation Israel to become responsible and accountable to the national sins she had committed against God.

  • Amos 11:1-2 Judgments on Israel's neighbors
  • 1:3-5 Damascus
  • 1:6-8 Gaza
  • 1:9-10 Tyrus
  • 1:11-12 Edom
  • 1:13-15 Ammon
  • Amos 22:1-3 Moab
  • 2:4-5 Judah
  • 2:6-16 Judgment on Israel
  • Amos 33:1-8 The lion roars
  • 3:9-15 The condemnation of Samaria
  • Amos 44:1-3 The depravity of Israel
  • 4:4-13 God's punishments have not reformed Israel
  • Amos 55:1-27 A call to repentance
  • Amos 66:1-14 The judgment on Israel
  • Amos 77:1-3 The grasshoppers
  • 7:4-6 The fire
  • 7:7-9 The plumb line
  • 7:10-17 Amos and Amaziah
  • Amos 88:1-3 The basket of summer fruit
  • 8:4-14 The imminent judgment
  • Amos 99:1-10 The Lord's judgments inescapable
  • 9:11-15 The future restoration of Israel





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