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  • Crossing The Threshold-3

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Sep 18, 2018
     | 1,187 views

    3 of 4. Amos declared God’s strained relationship with His people. Thus a failed relationship with God evokes His wrath. What specifically does a failed relationship with God evoke(bring about/cause)? A failed relationship with God evokes...

    CROSSING The THRESHOLD-III—Amos 1:1-2 Attention: Hushers: Six-year-old Angie & her four-year-old brother Joel were sitting together in church. Mom had gone to the bathroom, so taking advantage of the moment, Joel giggled, sang, & talked out loud. Finally, his big sister had enough. ...read more

  • Crossing The Threshold-4

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Sep 18, 2018
     | 944 views

    4 of 4. Amos declared God’s strained relationship with His people. Thus a failed relationship with God evokes His wrath. What specifically does a failed relationship with God evoke(bring about/cause)? A failed relationship with God evokes...

  • Crossing The Threshold-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Aug 21, 2018
     | 1,006 views

    2 of 4. Amos declared God’s strained relationship with His people. Thus a failed relationship with God evokes His wrath. What specifically does a failed relationship with God evoke(bring about/cause)? A failed relationship with God evokes...

    CROSSING The THRESHOLD-II—Amos 1:1-2 Attention: A Threshold is a crossover or transition zone or optimal use zone. Where the upper limit or end of effectiveness is reached. Every house has many thresholds, the front door is placed in the transition zone from indoor to outdoor. Things are very ...read more

  • Crossing The Threshold-1

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Jul 17, 2018
     | 1,791 views

    1 of 4. Amos declared God’s strained relationship with His people. Thus a failed relationship with God evokes His wrath. What specifically does a failed relationship with God evoke(bring about/cause)? A failed relationship with God evokes...

    CROSSING The THRESHOLD-I—Amos 1:1-2 Attention: A Threshold is a crossover or transition zone or optimal use zone. Where the upper limit or end of effectiveness is reached. An automobile transmission—Each gear is limited in it’s response. Each of the gears has a threshold beyond which it will ...read more

  • Whosoever Continues To Justify Sin, Will Meet God's Judgment

    Contributed by Johnny A. Palmer Jr. on Mar 27, 2010
     | 5,828 views

    You cannot play with sin without a high price.

    Intro: 1. James Leach writes, “American’s may reasonably differ on whether state-crafted prayer, should be authorized in public schools, but it is an insecure, if not manipulative, view of the Christian faith, to imply that an agency of the state can block the presence of God. God is ...read more

  • God Speaks Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on May 25, 2007
    based on 25 ratings
     | 13,230 views

    Despite the fact that mankind continually rebels against God, He consistently displays His love and desire for personal relationship by speaking.

    1. The first truth about the way God speaks concerns the man God speaks through 2. The second truth about the way God speaks concerns the days God speaks in 3. The third truth about the way God speaks concerns the Word God speaks AMOS 1:1-2 There was a middle aged woman who had a heart ...read more

  • A Surprise Calling From God

    Contributed by Ron Murphy on Jul 20, 2006
    based on 13 ratings
     | 2,930 views

    I did this in character as an introduction to a study of the Minor Prophet Amos.

    Introduction I. Yehweh, have not I worshiped you with a full heart? A. Have not I been faithful? B. Have not I lived my life to please you as best as I possibly could. II. But Lord, You know that I have people that depend on me. A. I have a family. B. I have ...read more

  • Everybody Is A Somebody

    Contributed by Kent Lenard on Jun 23, 2002
    based on 44 ratings
     | 9,943 views

    Christian Service

    I. One of the greatest atrocities that has ever occurred against God’s church occurred in the middle ages. A. When I say that some of you might think that I am talking about the persecutions against the church, but that is not what I am talking about. B. One of the greatest tactics of ...read more

  • Family Fued

    Contributed by Mike Honzell on Feb 12, 2002
    based on 75 ratings
     | 6,072 views

    learning to forgive

    FAMILY FEUD Obadiah INTRODUCTION: A. The nation of Edom and the nation of Israel can trace their beginnings back to two twin brothers 1. Edom traces their beginning back to Esau and Israel traces their beginning back to Jacob 2. As you look at these two ...read more

  • A Shepherd Gone Mad

    Contributed by Ken Gehrels on Nov 14, 2001
    based on 45 ratings
     | 4,266 views

    Introduction to a series on Amos

  • A Family Divided

    Contributed by Ken Gehrels on Nov 14, 2001
    based on 39 ratings
     | 3,877 views

    The need for forgiveness and reconciliation among believers.

  • And Justice Will Roar

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Aug 28, 2001
    based on 46 ratings
     | 6,493 views

    Often times we ask the question "Why to bad things happen to good People?" Is there any justice in the world? This passage tells us that God will put up with injustice only so long, and then will roar in perfect judgment.

    AND JUSTICE WILL ROAR AMOS 1:1 - 2:16 Introduction: One thing we are all interested in is justice. We seek justice in all aspects of our lives, at all times. We have sought justice from the earliest days of our youth. Do you remember the games we played as children? How many times ...read more

  • Amos - An Overview Series

    Contributed by Gary Bennett on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 199 ratings
     | 12,626 views

    To provide some background to the book of Amos. To do that, we’ll need to know some history and geography with a bit of sociology and covenantal theology thrown in. A dash of horticulture and zoology wouldn’t go astray either.

  • The Book Of Amos

    Contributed by Jay Parr on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 68 ratings
     | 12,295 views

    The prophet Amos was similar to the prophets of the Old Testament in some ways and quite different in others.

    The prophet Amos was similar to the prophets of the Old Testament in some ways and quite different in others. Amos has been referred to as the “Classic Prophet of Doom” because of both his message of repentance and the general dislike and unwant of his message. Amos preached of the impending ...read more