Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces the prophecy of Amos, a shepherder from Judea sent by God to minister to the Northern Kingdom of Israel.
Amos 1:3 - 2:3
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the prophecy of Amos by commenting upon the specific sins and crimes of Israel against God's righteousness. The prophet's recognition of the depravity of man is discussed.
Amos 1:6 - 2:3
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds further into the Book of Amos by asking the question, is God concerned with pagan nations?
Amos 2:1 - 3:2
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains how God's wrath is demonstrated in Amos' prophecy against the chosen nation of Israel.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits the way in which Amos the Prophet ministered the Old Testament form of God's grace to his chosen people.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the way Amos depicts a nation that is powerless and defenseless politically, personally and ecclesiastically from the Holy God.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Amos' condemnation of those who sought prestige and self over God in the disobedient Kingdom of Israel.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains what is the most difficult lesson for God's people to learn: It’s one thing to know the promises of God, and it’s another thing to possess them.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the Prophet Amos' call for self-examination.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exounds Amos' prophetic laments against the sins of Northern Kingdom of Israel.