The primary theme of the Book of Amos is the universal justice of God. The Israelites believed that their favored status as the people of God would spare them from His judgment—to the contrary, they would be held more accountable than their neighbors.
Before proclaiming God’s judgment against Judah and Israel, Amos speaks of judgment against six of their neighbors: Damascus, Gaza, Tyre, Edom, the Ammonites, and Moab.
The goal of this message is to study God’s judgment of His own people in this era. Amos 2:6-16 Continue reading “Amos: The Universal Justice Of God” »