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A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend Amos Fowler

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend Amos Fowler

Pastor of the First Church and Society in Guilford.

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Published by Printed by T. & J.B. Dunning. in Middletown [Conn.] .
Written in English

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  • Fowler, Amos, -- 1728-1800.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy John Elliott, A.M. Pastor of a church in Guilford. ; Published by request, and at the expence of the society.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 37354.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination26 p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19353196M

    Let Justice Roll (Amos , ). Published in Mennonite Weekly Review ( ). Beginning with this lesson from Amos, we will focus on key Old Testament prophets this quarter. Biblical prophetic literature begins with the book of Amos during the final years of the northern kingdom of Israel in the eighth century B.C. and concludes with the book of Malachi following the exile and. Amos Wo to them that are at ease in Zion — Who are secure, as the margin reads, continuing in their sins, fearless of God’s judgments, and resolved to indulge themselves in that voluptuousness and ease which their riches give them an opportunity of enjoying, notwithstanding the evident tokens of God’s displeasure against the whole nation, both Israel and Judah.

      These form doxologies of praise! This book sees nature as a revelation of God (i.e., the earthquake, the eclipse, and the allusion to Deut. ). C. Amos , God's judgment against Israel, must be seen in the light of His gracious acts in history. God's election and covenant with Israel sets the stage for His severe judgment.   The book of Amos, which is believed to have been written in the eighth century B.C.E. with some later additions, begins with God delivering a mighty blast from Jerusalem that would wither the top of Mount Carmel kilometers (62 miles) to the east and continue onto Syria, whose unhappy people “shall go into captivity unto Kir.”.

    Lecture 16 - Literary Prophecy: Amos Overview. This lecture introduces the literary prophets of both the northern and southern kingdoms. The prophetic books are anthologies of oracles the sequence of which is often determined by literary rather than chronological considerations. Amos chapter 2 KJV (King James Version) I will not turn away the punishment thereof; because they have despised the law of the LORD, and have not kept his commandments, and their lies caused them to err, after the which their fathers have walked, how many of us are standing up and shouting for God in the world we live today, you cant separate Gods words in any form, I cringe when they even.


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Add tags for "A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend Amos Fowler: Pastor of the First Church and Society in Guilford.". Be the first. Similar Items. A Discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverennd Mr.

Joseph Jackson, Late Pastor of the church in Brookline, who departed this life Jaetatis Delivered at his interment, J by Cushing, Jacob, A.M. The speaking dead. A discourse occasioned by the death of Serg't.

Edward Amos Adams, 59th regiment, M.V.M., delivered at Billerica, Mass., July 31st, Pages: A STUDY OF AMOS Index The First Discourse (3) B. The Second Discourse (4) C. The Third Discourse (5 - 6) III. Prophetic Signs ( - ) Gaza is still a city after nearly years since the writing of the book of Amos.

For at least years the Arabs dwelt there and possessed it. Sincethe six day War. Author and Date. Amos was not a prophet by profession (see ; –15) but nevertheless was entrusted with bringing a message from the Lord to the northern kingdom of prophesied sometime between – b.c., probably nearer the end of that period.

Theme. The theme of Amos is the universal justice of God. The Gospel in Amos. In four ways, the Old Testament book of Amos is essential for a robust understanding of the gospel.

Amos was written with God’s people in mind. While Amos – includes judgments against the nations surrounding Israel, the bulk of the book is directed at Israel (with Judah, the southern kingdom, included).

Poems & Quotes. Amos – Aunt Jane of Kentucky "How much piecin' a quilt is like livin' a life. Many a time I've set and listened to Parson Page preachin' about predestination and free will and I said to myself, if I could just get up there in the pulpit with one of my quilts, I could make life a heap plainer than Parson's making it with his big words.

But Amos’s reference was to the northern nation of Israel at a time when what had been the united nation of Israel had, for about or 60 years at this point, been divided into the northern nation of Israel and the southern nation of Judah, all that took place after the death of Solomon, and the tussle that took place between Jeroboam and.

Preaching from Amos will afford the preacher with a challenging opportunity and a staggering responsibility to proclaim some old truths in relation to new situations. The purpose of this brief article is to make suggestions concerning sermons which may be preached from the Book of Amos.

No attempt is made to present a sermon or sermons. Amos, the first Hebrew prophet to have a biblical book named for him. He accurately foretold the destruction of the northern kingdom of Israel (although he did not specify Assyria as the cause) and, as a prophet of doom, anticipated later Old Testament prophets.

The little that is known about Amos’. Jewish prophet of the eighth century B.C.; date of birth and death unknown. Among the minor prophets there is none whose personality is so familiar as that of Amos. His name occurs not only in the superscription of the book, but several times (vii. 8, 10 et seq., 14; viii.

2) in the body of it. According to AmosAmos prophesied during the reigns of Uzziah of Judah ( B.C.) and Jeroboam II of Israel ( B.C.). Amos probably delivered most, if not all, of the oracles of this book in the Northern Kingdom.

It is certain that he fulfilled some of his prophetic ministry at Bethel (Amos. An Introduction to the Book of Amos; An Argument of the Book of Amos; RICHARD MAYHUE. The Prophet's Watchword: Day of the LORD - Amos19,20; D L MOODY in "Notes from My Bible" Amos “Prepare to meet thy God.” Four things in this text:— a.

There is one God. We are accountable to him. We must meet him. We need. Amos The words of Amos — This inscription, and some similar ones prefixed to some of the books of the prophets, seem to have been formed by those who collected their writings together.

Which he saw — Received by revelation; concerning Israel — Namely, the kingdom of the ten tribes, to which this prophecy chiefly refers; although the prophet briefly denounces God’s judgments. Amos "Ye who turn judgment to wormwood, and leave off righteousness in the earth," “Judgment to wormwood”: Justice was so perverted that it was like wormwood, an herb known for its bitter taste (Rev.

The word "wormwood" means bad water. Even their judgment was corrupted. The wormwood plant gave a terribly bitter taste. The Book of Amos. by Ernest L. Martin, Ph.D., September 1. Transcribed and edited by David Sielaff, February Read the accompanying.

Newsletter for February The Book of Amos is one of the least understood in the Holy Scriptures. It is a prophecy for the period just ahead of us, a prophecy dealing with a. Working Preacher is a ministry brought to you by Luther Seminary.

The Working Preacher team believes that God uses good biblical preaching to change lives. We have enlisted hundreds of friends -- biblical scholars, theologians, homileticians and pastors dedicated to the craft of biblical preaching -- to provide you timely, compelling and trustworthy content.

Testment is in the Book of Amos. Amos was from Tekoa in Judah. Tekoa was located about twelve miles south of Jerusalem. Astronomical calculations indicate that a solar eclipse occurred in Israel on J B.C.

Therefoe the event would have been fresh in the mid of the people when Amos wrote in Amos - “And it shall come to. Amos' harsh message eventually gets him banished from the northern kingdom ().

A few theological themes for meditation in this book are God's love for the poor and his desire for a just. Here the prophet Amos forecast the Lord’s judgments upon the Syrians (see Amos –5), Philistines (see Amos –8), Tyrians (see Amos –10), Edomites (see Amos –12), Ammonites (see Amos –15), and Moabites (see Amos –3).

All of these people were neighbors of the Israelites and in most cases had been enemies to the. Second, the book of Amos holds out the hope that Yahweh would gain act to save and bless Israel (). Since the conclusion of the book promises a permanent position of prosperity for Israel in the future, they do have a sense of special hope ultimately.

This issue raises the question of whether Amos looked forward to the salvation of a.AMOS Introduction: The Book of Amos is the third in the Hebrew Canon known as The Twelve Minor Prophets.

Amos is the only “layman” among those prophets. He calls himself “a shepherd” and a cultivator of sycamore-fig trees.1 Evidently, the prophet did not want to .The book of Amos places an emphasis on prophets (see Bible Dictionary, “Amos”).

Amos explained that God uses prophets to do His work (see Amos ). Amos warned of the judgments that were about to come upon the people of Israel because they had rejected the prophets.