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  • In Season Or Out Of Season!

    Contributed by Neal Gracey on Jul 31, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    We are not microwave cooks! We do not bring about “instant” Christians! We merely mix ingredients, and share receipts. In other words…We share the Gospel!

    Happy “Speak-Up” Weekend, Everyone! Amos, an Old Testament book that we don’t spend much time in is where we will be studying this Sunday. Amos is called one of the “lesser” books of the Bible, not because it’s less important, but because it’s smaller. Amos, like Hosea, Joel, Obadiah, Micah, more

  • The Trouble With Truth

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Aug 12, 2015

    Today Jews are looking to the time when God will be worshiped by Israel once again and Jerusalem will be the center of that worship. But just as in the days of Amos a false religion will replace the true worship. Saints that time is fast approaching

    Message: Today we look at a farmer who stands on the Word of God and who takes on a King who has replaced the word of God with a lie. It is really a David and Goliath kind of story but this farmer never throws a stone he just uses God’s word to cut this king down to size. This farmer more

  • Amos: Enduring Grace Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jan 14, 2013
    based on 3 ratings

    God's warning is an act of grace, an act of love and a gift of hope. His desire is not to condemn but to save.

    [Read Amos 7:7-17] Amos saw a vision – God standing by a wall that has been built true and straight. • He was also holding a plumb line in His hand, to confirm that the wall has been build true and straight. • If the wall is true, the plumb line will prove it. If it is not, more

  • Never Again

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 29, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon on Amos 7:1-9 (Much material adapted from Cecil P. Staton, Jr. in book Interpreting Amos For Preaching and Teaching Kerygma and Church, chapter 8)

    HoHum: “Never again,” John said. “Never again will I trust you. I can’t forgive you this time.” Ann could feel the pain in his words. His heart was broken, and now he was going to break hers. “Never again! No more chances! How could you do this again? more

  • The Power Of The Plumb Line

    Contributed by Stephen E. Trail on Dec 8, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon emphasising the righteousness of God.

    The Power of the plumb Line Amos 7:7-8 Amos saw the Lord "standing on a wall." The wall is not identified, but it can be only one wall -- the wall of Israel's capital city, Samaria. The wall at Samaria symbolized Israel as a nation. Amos tells us that this wall "had been made with a plumb more

  • Prepare To Meet God

    Contributed by Keith Peters on Jul 10, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Discusses ways in which we should make preparations for eternity.

    Prepare to Meet God " Then said the Lord, Behold, I will set a plumbline in the midst of my people Israel: I will not again pass by them any more:" (Amos 7:8) REFLECTION: In 931 BC the Nation of Israel was divided. 10 of the “Tribes” followed Jereboam to the North while 2 of more

  • Shape Up Or . . .

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 20, 2011

    Amos sends Israel a clear message from God: you are not meeting my standards, and I am about to cut you off.

    Good morning. I am special correspondent Shinon Byorus for the Mesopotamian News Network, coming to you live from Bethel in Israel, where controversy has been stirring for months around the inflammatory rhetoric from the prophet Amos, who appeared some time ago from Judea with a very harsh message more

  • Amos - 9 Series

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Aug 5, 2010

    God is not seeker sensitive!

    Dakota Community Church June 20, 2010 Amos 9 1. God’s warning – locusts, fire, a plumb line & ripe fruit 2. Mercy triumphs over judgment 3. Human opposition to God as judge and to His messengers of judgment Amos 7:10-17 10 Then Amaziah the priest of Bethel sent a message to more

  • Amos - 7 Series

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Aug 4, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    The visions of Amos - God’s Warnings - Locusts, Fire, A Plumb Line, and Ripe Fruit

    Dakota Community Church May 23, 2010 Amos 7 As we wrap up the final three chapters of the book of Amos (Which in all honesty could take several weeks) we will be looking at some important recurring scriptural themes. These will include: • God’s warnings of impending judgment – the visions more

  • When God Gets Fed Up Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Aug 24, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Amos has three visions which demonstrate that there will come a point when God gets fed up and He will not relent from His judgment.

    With all the problems in our economy these days, we’ve seen a lot of companies file bankruptcy and go out of business and other companies merging with their competitors in order to stay in business. The latest rumor is that FexEx and UPS are considering a merger with the new company to be called more

  • Amos--- God,s Able Prophet

    Contributed by Dr.w.samuel Legon on Aug 7, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Able body men to take a stand.

    AMOS--- GOD,S ABLE PROPHET No doubt Amos lived in a day similar to ours Lawlessness, worldliness, wickedness and ungodliness. A day of rape, riots, robbery and rottenness shooting and unrighteousness. How ever God’s prophet Amos was ready . Amos 7: 10 Then Amaziah the more

  • Aim To Be An Amos, Not An Amaziah

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jul 28, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    This world is filled with Amaziahs. They’re people (including ourselves) who think they can have spirituality without the light of God’s Word.

    If you could be any person from the Bible, who would it be? Would you like to be Adam or Eve barefooting around the Garden of Eden with no fear of stepping on a rusty nail or a thorn? Wouldn’t it be an experience to play with a full-grown lion the way you would a kitten? Both would have been more

  • The Plumb Line

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Jul 11, 2009
    based on 9 ratings

    Amos uses the Plumb Line as a metaphor to explain that both nation and the religious establishment are under judgment for being "out of line"; unrighteous.

    The Plumb Line by Charles Scott, Church of the Good Shepherd, Indianapolis Trinity 5 —Proper 10B July 12 2009 The Plumb Line Old Testament Reading Amos 7:7 THIS IS WHAT the Lord God showed me: behold, the Lord was standing beside a wall built with a plumb line, with a plumb line in more

  • Amos: God's Plumb Ain't Dumb

    Contributed by Matt Hoffmann on Jul 9, 2009
    based on 11 ratings

    God’s Plumb Line (His Law) isn’t dumb! It speaks to us about our sin. But we are blessed that God isn’t silent about his grace either, that reaches out to us from the cross

    Sermon 071209 Amos 7:7-15; Ephesians 1:3-14 I read a book this week that really challenged me. It was a book that speaks against all kinds of things going on in society today. I’ll list some topics, and think about what comes to your mind: Self-Righteousness, Deceit, Greed, Oppression of more

  • The Prophet Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 8, 2009

    There are prophets in every age speaking for God. In our age Pope Benedict has called us to look at Charity in Truth, and consider our responsibilities to the world economically.

    Fifteenth Sunday in Course The Prophet July 12, 2009 All over the temperate zone, fruit from the varieties of fig and sycamore are ripening now, and so the Church gives us a reading from the migrant worker, Amos, the reluctant prophet. I call him a migrant worker because he engaged in more