Wednesday, May 11, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 131 | The Prophets Before the Exile | Amos 1-5, Psalm 126

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Day 131 | The Prophets Before the Exile

Amos 1-5, Psalm 126

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  1. I will take their judges away from them. I will kill all their officials at the same time. The Lord has said this.
    Amos 2:3 GW

  2. I am going to crush you as an overloaded wagon crushes a person.
    Amos 2:13 GW

  3. Do two people ever walk together without meeting first?
    Amos 3:3 GW

  4. Certainly, the Almighty Lord doesn’t do anything unless he ⌞first⌟ reveals his secret to his servants the prophets. The lion has roared. Who isn’t afraid? The Almighty Lord has spoken. Who can keep from prophesying?
    Amos 3:7‭-‬8 GW

  5. Go to Bethel and sin. Go to Gilgal and sin even more. Bring your sacrifices every morning. Bring a tenth of your income every three days.
    Amos 4:4 GW

  6. God forms the mountains and creates the wind. He reveals his thoughts to humans. He makes dawn and dusk ⌞appear⌟. He walks on the high places of the earth. His name is the Lord God of Armies.
    Amos 4:13 GW

  7. That is why a wise person remains silent at such times, because those times are so evil.
    Amos 5:13 GW

  8. Search for good instead of evil so that you may live. Then the Lord God of Armies will be with you, as you have said.
    Amos 5:14 GW

  9. This is what the Lord, the Almighty God of Armies, says: There will be loud crying in every city square, and people will say in every street, “Oh, no!” They will call on farmers to mourn and on professional mourners to cry loudly.
    Amos 5:16 GW

  10. But let justice flow like a river and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.
    Amos 5:24 GW

  11. When the Lord restored the fortunes of Zion, it was as if we were dreaming. Then our mouths were filled with laughter and our tongues with joyful songs. Then the nations said, “The Lord has done spectacular things for them.”
    Psalms 126:1‭-‬2 GW

  12. Those who cry while they plant will joyfully sing while they harvest. The person who goes out weeping, carrying his bag of seed, will come home singing, carrying his bundles of grain.
    Psalms 126:5‭-‬6 GW