This passage addresses the fact that the people of Judah and Israel were at ease and felt secure even as they were living in sin and the judgment of God was bearing down upon them. We are to examine ourselves to be sure that we are not in a similar situation.
Read Amos 6
This sermon focuses on the subject of social justice as it is taught in this passage and in other places of Scripture. It is a common theme in Scripture and ought to be a matter of concern for us.
Read Amos 5
In this chapter, Amos tells the people of Israel to prepare to meet with their God in the judgment that he was going to unleash upon them. The only way that we can meet with God at the end of the age with a different outcome is to to live lives that please God through the power of the gospel.
Read Amos 4
This passages teaches that God’s covenant people will be judged and punished if they rebel against their God. These warnings of judgment to come are motivated by mercy because God is giving his people the opportunity to repent.
Read Amos 3