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Bernard mulenga kupa's comment on 9/13/2014, 9:27am...

chapter1 especially 8,10,11 this three verses are talking about the punishment for philistine,tyre and edom if they do not repent God wil send fire upon this nations,because in ezekiel25,27and28 were warned. Now to us when we hear such let us repent and draw close to God because God will drop fire on us if we not repent.israel or its neighbours are not withus now who will God send fire upon the answer is us.

 


Neena's comment on 8/30/2014, 5:01pm...

God 's warnings through Amos apply to America as well as Israel. Complacency by the churches and the citizens of this nation will bring God 's wrath down upon us. We 've allowed "POLITICAL CORRECTNESS " to be our bible instead of the Word of God.

 


Mitchell striggles's comment on 8/24/2014, 5:22am...

Amos like most prophets warned of gods coming punishment for sin and injustice, we in America must take noted lest we be judge with the same punishment

 


Harry Collins's comment on 7/11/2014, 2:45am...

God might seem to be silent for a long time over our wickedness but his judgements are inevitable, he knows the right time to execute it.

 


Sandras's comment on 3/09/2014, 1:19pm...

this to me is pointed in the direction of future consequences of injustice to our Lord and his children and his ordinances

 


Debra Scales's comment on 2/18/2014, 7:37am...

This passage is an indictment against many nations America should be taking notes For three transgressions and for four are we guilty

 


ROY THOMAS's comment about verse 14 on 2/02/2014, 1:50pm...

This is the language of the God who is a God of judgment. He knows the evil occurring in the cities and in the hearts of men. No one will escape the punishment that follows sin. "I will kindle a fire on the wall." He will do it. Men are like grass. Their bodies can feel the pain of oxidation. They die like grass. The eternal God will bring them up for judgment. He is the resurrection. No one will escape. On the wall there might be a whore house but from the whore house on the wall of Rabbah to the white house of the palace the judgment will fall and the whirling winds will herald the beginning of the end.

 


Inease bullard's comment on 12/26/2013, 6:32am...

As in the days of Amos, Chapter 2 comments
" The Lord will roar from Zion and utter his voice from Jerusalem. The anger of the Lord was kindle. As it is today, the anger of God is again kindle against the unrighteousness of this world and he will rule according to his will as it is in heaven upon this earth. Let us therefore study the word of God and pray for much understanding.

 


Amos's comment on 9/12/2013, 2:07pm...

It is sure,the wages of sin is death.

 


NANDDI's comment on 7/05/2013, 5:03pm...

FOR THE WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH...

 


Denah's comment on 12/06/2012, 9:56am...

Just like in the olden days, people are transgressing God's laws and the Lord is punishing them. The Decalogue is Love to God and Love to Fellowmen. If we are guilty to even just one of them, we are guilty to the whole. Then we deserve death. Transgress the LAW=SIN=DEATH. But thanks to JESUS who died for all sinners. Praise His Wonderful Name!

 


André's comment on 9/07/2012, 4:59pm...

@Yvone,
In this section, GOD is pronouncing sentences to different nations of the region, because of what they respectively have done.
It’s so simple, so clear.
GOD bless you

 


Yvonne Boatright's comment about verse 5 on 9/07/2012, 3:00pm...

I am not quite sure to be honest.. I am still praying and asking the Lord Jesus to reveal it's truths to my heart. Perhaps you could shed some light on this scripture..

 


Sis. Bonnie's comment on 11/02/2011, 6:23am...

As today's chosen disciples GOD has given us the authority to declare the HIS word to the world by example of walking, talking , and living up right in the sight of GOD and man, and declaring that the wages of sin is death, but gift of GOD is eternal life,therefore, we must choose GOD and live

 


Amos njah's comment on 11/02/2011, 1:23am...

'the words of Amos'are words of God. God only passed the words through Amos because in those days the Bible was not complete. Today we have the Word of God (the Bible) with us. We need to use, even when there is no Amos to proclaim what God says.

 


David's comment on 5/16/2011, 8:18pm...

In this book God did not hide his anger against wrong doing

 


Ginny's comment on 1/20/2010, 7:19am...

The Jews had a tradition that Amos spoke with stammering lips, was this because of his heavy burden?

 


 


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