By A Graeme Auld
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Induced as much by political as by religious reasons, the rulers of Israel had erected golden calves at Bethel and Gilgal within their own territories, and at Beersheba in the far south for such of their subjects as had settled there. Their design was to prevent the ten tribes from repairing to God’s house in Jerusalem; for, had they been permitted to join the people of Judea in the great annual feasts, they might have been won back to their allegiance to the house of David, and the separation between the kingdoms would have been brought to an end.
1. Worldly pride divinely rebuked, 2. Human nature divinely honoured. II. THE AGE IN WHICH AMOS LIVED. Two events are specified. 1. The political event of this period. ” A comparatively peaceful and prosperous period. 2. The physical event of this period. Two years before the earthquake. Why is the period of his life thus described? (1) Because you cannot rightly judge a man’s character unless youunderstand the circumstances under which he lived. (2) You cannot estimate the value of a man’s mission unless you correctlyjudge of the moral character of his times.
In his solitude he learned much of the ways of God to man; and when at last he came forth to speak on behalf of the Lord to the mightiest in the land, he was able to enforce his declarations by many references to God’s dealings in the past. The law of Moses was familiar to him, and he recalled its commandments and threatenings to the minds of his listeners. He knew of the forty years’ march through the wilderness, and of the idolatry into which the people fell in former days. (Amos 2 :10, 5 :25, 26).
Amos by A Graeme Auld