- 4:1. A reference to the wealthy women of Samaria. The cattle of Bashan were noted for their quality.
- 4:5, 6. These verses are ironical in tone.
07 July, 2015
Search The Scriptures —Study 2— Amos 3 & 4
1. 3: 3-8. These verses, by a statement of the law of cause and effect, underline the fact that the unexpected prophecy of 3:1, 2 is indeed from God. What does this prophecy teach regarding the responsibility of the people of God?
2. 3:9-15. what is the significance of the invitation to the Philistines and Egyptians to come and see the evil done in Samaria?
1. What does chapter 4 teach on the following issues: (a) the evil of luxury, (b) religious formalism, and (c) God’s attempts to bring Israel to her senses? Notice the solemn conclusion of verse 12.