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Amos 5 - NIV

18

Woe to you who long
for the day of the Lord!
Why do you long for the day of the Lord?
That day will be darkness, not light.

19 It will be as though a man fled from a lion
only to meet a bear,
as though he entered his house
and rested his hand on the wall
only to have a snake bite him.




Sermons on Amos 5 More sermons: Amos 5

Ronnie Miller avatar
Repentance? What does that mean?
Shared by: Ronnie Miller on Jul, 2013
Summary: Amos was not a professional preacher; in fact he was a shepherd and fig tree farmer. He lived in a small town called Tekoa, which was located about 11 miles from the city of Jerusalem. But God called Amos to be a prophet and gave him a very important mess
Scripture: Amos 5:18-20
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 465
Davon Huss avatar
From Bad to Worse
Shared by: Davon Huss on Oct, 2012
Summary: A sermon on Amos 5:18-20 on the day of the Lord (Some material adapted from a sermon by Roger Griffith at: http://www.joywell.org/Sermons/frombad2worse.html)
Scripture: Amos 5:18-20
Views: 1,273
J Jeffrey  Smead avatar
One of Those Days
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on May, 2010
Summary: Have you ever had "one of those days?" One of those days; when there was a hint that things were not going to go well? One of those days when one bad thing after another seems to hit you?
Pat Damiani avatar
The Great Reversal
Shared by: Pat Damiani on Aug, 2009
Summary: Amos shows that the "Day of the Lord" will be a great reversal for those who expect to be immune to God’s judgment.
Scripture: Amos 5:18-20
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,123
Gregory Mc Donald Sr. avatar
THE DAY OF THE LORD
Shared by: Gregory Mc Donald Sr. on Dec, 2008
Summary: Amos - one of the most relevant, practical and contemporary books. The times in which Amos lived are remarkably similar...the social and cultural conditions are much like those today.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Amos 5:18-24
Denomination: Church Of God
Views: 2,062
Curt Cizek avatar
Are you ready for some . . . ?
Shared by: Curt Cizek on Oct, 2008
Summary: Amos warned the people not to wait with glee for the Day of the Lord. It would not be a good day for them. We must watch ourselves lest we get whacked by Jesus too.
based on 8 ratings
Scripture: Amos 5:18-24
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 1,521
James May avatar
On the Run and Fleeing from God
Shared by: James May on Jun, 2008
Summary: This sermon was based upon a message by Rev. William Wilmore, Jr. from here at SermonCentral.com by a different title. Please read his message too. I’ve expanded it some, but the message is much the same. I believe God is trying to get our attention an
based on 27 ratings
Scripture: Amos 4:6-5:19
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 6,983
Jim Drake avatar
Be Careful What You Wish For
Shared by: Jim Drake on Aug, 2007
Summary: We often look forward to eschatological events as wonderful pie-in-the-sky times. While the fulfillment of those events will result in unimaginable blessedness, we cannot forget they are initiated by judgment. Are we ready for how they will arrive?
based on 37 ratings
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 12,426
Russell Brownworth avatar
Standing Firm
Shared by: Russell Brownworth on Feb, 2004
Summary: It’s a dark world. We Christians are told to live as salt and light. How can we do that each day...live as people of faith?
based on 56 ratings
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 8,298
William Wilmore, Jr. avatar
"Running From A Lion... Into A Bear... Bitten By A Snake"
Shared by: William Wilmore, Jr. on Aug, 2003
Summary: A Warning from God to anyone who is "Playing Church."
based on 400 ratings
Scripture: Amos 5:18-19
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 40,407
Robert Leroe avatar
"The Shepherd-Prophet" (Amos)
Shared by: Robert Leroe on Jul, 2002
Summary: Amos was a compassionate shepherd who cared enough to confront.
Series: The Prophets
based on 92 ratings
Scripture: Amos 5:18-6:1
Denomination: Congregational
Views: 9,296
Douglas Phillips avatar
A Red Letter Day For You
Shared by: Douglas Phillips on Aug, 2001
Summary: Special days are marked in red on many calendars. On God’s calendar it is a red letter day when a sinner accepts the Lord. It could also be a tragic day, as the Day of the Lord also refers to a time of judgment
based on 29 ratings
Scripture: Amos 5:18-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,095
Ronald Shultz avatar
The Day of the Lord 2000 and Beyond!
Shared by: Ronald Shultz on Mar, 2001
Summary: Are you really ready for the Day of the Lord?
based on 67 ratings
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 837