Amos 5:1-27 Proposition: Amos gives us instruction regarding what God requires of people who return to Him. Introduction: Amos read the obituary of a disobedient people, (Amos 5:1-3). Outline: 1. Seek God Exclusively, (Amos 5:4-9). a. Seek Him, (Amos 5:4, Amos 5:6). b. And no one else, (Amos 5:5). 2. Treat others justly, (Amos 5:10-17). a. A lack
Amos 4:1-13 Two of life’s basic appointments – death and then the Judgment. Hebrews 9:27, “Just as man is destined to die and then the judgment.”God has made these appoints for us and we will all keep them. You need to be ready to meet God because…. I. You are a sinner, (Amos 4:1-5). None of
Obadiah 1:15 Introduction: Echo principle. What you say will come back. Little boy in me. Few months ago, Abigail and I went into Cathedral Caverns and heard the echo. You speak, and the sound comes back to you. 1) God will repay those who have harmed you. Have you ever met any mean people? I
Acts 1:8-11 Introduction: A man bought a donkey from a preacher. The donkey was trained to go when you said “Hallelujah,” and stop when you said, “Amen.” The man started the donkey by saying “Hallelujah.” After a while they began to head toward a cliff. “Stop,” said the man. “Halt!” he cried. The donkey began to trot faster. Oh no . .
Revelation 21:5-7 Topic: The Lords Supper 5 Now, for the second time in the book, God himself is the speaker (cf. 1:8). From his throne comes the assurance that the one who created the first heaven and earth will indeed make all things new (panta kaina). This is a strong confirmation that God’s power will
Matthew 28:18-20 “As many as three out of four people die in North America without a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.” Where do people go without a personal relationship with Jesus Christ? According to the Bible the answer is hell. They go forever to this place of torment without God and without hope. Someone said