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  • Famine In A Time Of Plenty

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Nov 16, 2020
     | 1,055 views

    The worst famines are artificially made ones.

  • The Day Of The Lord

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Nov 12, 2020
     | 618 views

    Whats does 'The Day of the Lord ' in Amos, and the praable of the 10 virgins have in common? How we behave while we wait.

    Introduction This morning we have two quite controversial passages to look at. By controversial, I mean that their interpretation is disputed, with different commentators proposing different understandings. So, I’m going to look at each passage separately and then try to see if there is common ...read more

  • Be Prepared

    Contributed by Ryan Ferwerda on Nov 9, 2020
     | 830 views

    Being prepared in life is very helpful in reducing stress when one faces the inevitable delays of everyday life. Scripture teaches us that being prepared in faith is useful as well as we a wait the coming of the kingdom of heaven.

  • Justice And Righteousness Better Than Rituals

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 19, 2020
    based on 3 ratings
     | 711 views

    The danger of worship without mercy.

    JUSTICE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS BETTER THAN RITUALS. Amos 5:18-24. Historically, Israel had split into two kingdoms shortly after the death of king David’s son, king Solomon. The ten tribes of the north rejected both the dynasty of David, and the worship of the Jerusalem temple, and set up their ...read more

  • The Problem With Wanting Jesus To Come Back Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on May 29, 2020
     | 1,520 views

    Israel cried out for the day of the Lord to come, but God warned them that they didn't really want that. Today many Christians say, "I just wish Jesus would come back!" but is that something we're actually ready for?

    WHEN THE WORLD DEPRESSES US WITH ITS EVIL: “I just wish Jesus would come back!” - Amos 5:18-20. - The point of v. 19 is things going from bad to worse. - There are two illustrations. - In the first, a man runs from a lion. But then, exhausted, he runs right into a bear. - In the second, a man ...read more

  • Be The Church: Watch, Wait, & Worship

    Contributed by Jonathan Meyer on Nov 15, 2017
     | 7,715 views

    Jesus speaks of our need to prepare for His return. We are encouraged to live lives of worship and devotion to God as we watch and wait for the Bridegroom. (This is part of our lectionary-based series for November 2017, "BE the Church.")

    Last Sunday we had a gender reveal party to find out if we’re having a boy or a girl in April. I was so convinced it was a boy, based on how different the first trimester had been this time around. But then, with friends gathered around, we popped a large black balloon with question marks all over ...read more

  • The Cry For Justice Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Nov 14, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,825 views

    Let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream is the Lord's cry through the prophet Amos. God desires that everyone experience the abundance of God's creation and the fullness of God's kingdom.

    Amos 1:1-2; 5:14-15, 21-24. “The Cry for Justice” INTRODUCTION What makes a good worship service? We all have our opinions. Some would say that great worship is when we sing familiar hymns and the worship band rocks. Others would argue that they need a sermon that they can understand and ...read more

  • Seek Good...and Live!

    Contributed by Neal Gracey on Jun 13, 2015
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,573 views

    Seek Good and Live. Amos Chapter 5

  • Justice For All

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Nov 13, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,130 views

    Let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.

  • Repentance? What Does That Mean?

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Jul 18, 2013
     | 2,703 views

    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

    Repentance? What does that mean? Amos 5:18 Woe unto you that desire the day of the LORD! to what end is it for you? the day of the LORD is darkness, and not light. 19 As if a man did flee from a lion, and a bear met him; or went into the house, and leaned his hand on the wall, and a serpent bit ...read more

  • From Bad To Worse

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 29, 2012
     | 3,918 views

    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)

  • Famous Amos Series

    Contributed by Sterling Franklin on Mar 13, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,018 views

    Israel was guilty of oppressing the poor and needy and perverting justice, despite ritually worshipping God in sacrifice and worship. Are our actions backed by an authentic heart? Are we displeasing God despite 'doing all the right things'?

    "Famous Amos" What can we learn from this shepherd and fig-tender - turned - prophet? Given at Glorious King Jesus (GKJ), March 13, 2011 Sterling C. Franklin Text: Amos 5:1-27 (Read Text) Opening Prayer This is a very serious message from Amos! What were the people doing? We see ...read more

  • The Great Reversal Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Aug 30, 2009
     | 4,873 views

    Amos shows that the "Day of the Lord" will be a great reversal for those who expect to be immune to God’s judgment.

    Let me ask you a question: How many of you here this morning would like to win the lottery? Sounds good doesn’t it? Just go into the Circle K, buy a ticket, watch the drawing on TV and see all your numbers drawn and then all your problems are gone. Couldn’t get much better, right? That’s what ...read more

  • The Day Of The Lord

    Contributed by Gregory Mc Donald on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,402 views

    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.

    THE DAY OF THE LORD Amos 5:18-24 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. Amos was a contemporary of Isaiah, Micah, and Hosea. He came from the little ...read more

  • Are You Ready For Some . . . ?

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Oct 24, 2008
    based on 8 ratings
     | 4,752 views

    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.

    Are you ready? -The old Monday Night Football song featured Hank Williams Jr. singing, “Are you ready for some football”? -The obvious answer for most viewers was a resounding, “Yes!” -It used to be that those Monday Night games were absolutely worth waiting for -They were premier matchups of ...read more