Amos Chapter 4
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1 He reproueth Israel, for oppression. 4 for idolatry, 6 and for their incorrigiblenesse.
7 And also I haue withholden the raine from you, when there were yet three moneths to the haruest, and I caused it to raine vpon one citie, and caused it not to raine vpon an other city: one piece was rained vpon, & the piece wherupon it rained not, withered.
9 I haue smitten you with blasting and mildew; when your gardens and your vineyards, and your fig trees, and your oliue trees increased, the palmer worme deuoured them: yet haue yee not returned vnto me, saith the Lord.9
10 I haue sent among you the pestilence, after the maner of Egypt: your yongmen haue I slain with the sword, and haue taken away your horses, & I haue made the stinke of your campes to come vp vnto your nostrils, yet haue ye not returned vnto me, saith the Lord.10
13 For loe, he that formeth the mountaines, and createth the wind, and declareth vnto man, what is his thought, that maketh the morning darkenesse, and treadeth vpon the high places of the earth: the Lord, the God of hostes is his Name.13
Amos Chapter 4 Sidenote References (from Original 1611 KJV Bible):
3 Or, yee shall cast away the things of the palace.
4 Heb. three yeeres of dayes.
5 Heb. offer by burning. , Heb. so yee loue.
9 Or, the multitude of your gardens &c: did the palmer worme &c.
10 Or, in the way. , Heb. with the captiuitie of your horses.
11 Gen.19. 24.
13 Or, spirit.
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