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Messages with tag - Amos

Thu, Aug 12, 2021
Passage: 2 Peter 3:10 & Joel
Series: 2 Peter (2019)
Duration: 1 hr 3 mins 19 secs
Are all references to the Day of the Lord to be fulfilled in the future? Listen to this lesson to hear about one that is historic and others that are still to come as recorded in the Old Testament. In the Book of Joel learn about a plague of locusts and hear descriptions of coming celestial cosmic darkness. Hear about the chronology of the campaign of Armageddon and Christ’s march to Jerusalem. Continue with Amos’ description of these same events of judgment. Be reminded that we, too, may face chaotic times, but that God will always sustain us.
Tue, May 14, 2013
Passage: Acts 15:14-21 & Amos 9
Series: Acts (2010)
Duration: 1 hr 6 mins 28 secs
How did the early church use the Old Testament to settle disputes about the Gentiles' role in the body of Christ? James in Acts 15 goes to the book of Amos and under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit uses a "fuller sense" of the text to apply to the Church Age. Listen to this lesson to learn how Christ now being seated at the right hand of God instead of on David's throne means the church does not replace God's promises to Israel. Find out how the Masoretes translated the scriptures in the early centuries to leave out any references to the Messiah.