These daily online studies are adapted from our Quiet Time Bible Guide. The studies go through the Old and New Testaments in just over two years. The approach taken by our quiet time Bible studies does not include answers. The goal of the study is to help you dig into Scripture for yourself. You can go deeper using a commentary, Bible background guide or Bible handbook.
For more context before you begin studying, read this introduction to the book of Amos.
It is easy to side with Amos. After all, his prophecies are part of the Bible! But put yourself in Israel’s place. How would you have responded if a farmer came to town and began announcing visions of judgment? In chapters 7—9 we will look at five of Amos's visions and one fairly typical response.
Think of a time you have been confronted by a street preacher or visiting evangelist who warned of God's judgment. How do you respond to that approach?
Pray that God will use your study in Amos to mold you into the person he wants you to be.
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