Amos Bible Study

Summary

The central idea of the book of Amos is that God puts his people on the same level as the surrounding nations – God expects the same purity of them all.

Introduction

A challenge from the book of Amos, Chapters 1-9 (King James Version edition)

Steps (10)

Step 1: Amos - Chapter 1

The LORD says: "I will punish Damascus. The remnant of the Philistines shall perish. I will send fire upon Tyre, Edom and Ammon."

Step 2: Amos - Chapter 2

"I will send fire upon Moab and Judah. I will punish Israel. They sell the poor for a pair of sandals. The mighty shall flee naked."

Step 3: Amos - Chapter 3

Does a lion roar when it has no prey? The LORD reveals his plans to the prophets. "On the day I punish Israel, I will punish Bethel."

Step 4: Amos - Chapter 4

"You cows of Bashan will be led away with hooks. I withheld the rain. I overthrew some of you. Prepare to meet your God, O Israel!"

Step 5: Amos - Chapter 5

"Fallen is virgin Israel. Seek me and live. You shall not dwell in your houses. I despise your feasts. Let justice roll like waters."

Step 6: Amos - Chapter 6

Woe to those who are at ease in Zion, who are not grieved over Joseph. The LORD declares: "I will raise up a nation against you."

Step 7: Amos - Chapter 7

The LORD showed me locusts, fire and a plumb line. Amaziah told Amos, "Flee to Judah." Amos said, "You shall die in an unclean land."

Step 8: Amos - Chapter 8

The LORD said: "The end has come upon Israel. I will not forget your deeds. I will send a famine of hearing the words of the LORD."

Step 9: Amos - Chapter 9

The LORD said: "Strike the pillars until the earth shakes. I will sieve the house of Israel. In that day I will restore my people."

Step 10: Quiz

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