SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON AMOS

Our sermon ideas on Amos will help you preach a powerful message on the piety and meaning behind social justice. Preach on topics including caring for the poor and the hurting, true relationship with God, and the consequences of sin and unrepentance. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Amos with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


AMOS SERMON OUTLINES

by Ernest Easley

Being a "minor prophet" does not refer to the significance of his message, but rather the length of his message. The message Amos thundered out in his day is the same message God's prophets need to thunder out in this today: Repent or Ruin!...

by Jesse Hendley

The book of Amos is a very wonderful book! Amos is a man who reminds us what God is really like. We are living in days when people need to know what God is really like. Amos was one of the great prophets of God and he, together with Hosea, prophesied about the same time. They were contemporaneous...

by Roger Thomas

Amos: God’s Favorite Music (11 of 20) by Roger Thomas
God made music. He created a world that is capable of music and he created humans with a capacity for making and appreciating music. Music is of course sound and in some cases words arranged in way that is pleasing to the ear and stirring to the emotions. Music can soothe the savage beast or rouse the troops to action. Music can do both...

by Larry Osborne

Social justice still matters to God as shown by the 300 verses on it in the Bible. Proverbs contains a lot of practical advice on how to relate to the poor. What advice do you find in each of the following passages and what are some of the “benefits” we’ll experience when we follow that advice?...

by David Cawston

In the latter years of Jeroboam's reign, Amos proclaimed the word of God to the northern kingdom, Israel. He came to Symaria from the small village of Tekoa located some five miles south of Bethlehem. To earn his livelihood, he pastured sheep and dressed sycamore trees. While among the shepherds of Tekoa...

by Jerry Vines

We have seen how the Lord called Amos from down in the south. He was a shepherd and also a pincher of the sycamore trees. The Lord just reached down and saved him and sent him up north to the sophisticated, cosmopolitan, cultured area of the north. This rustic country preacher, this down-to-earth preacher really shook the people up as he began to preach...

by Kenneth C. Kroohs

I know that some people in our society don't think a prayer should ever be read. All prayers should be "heart prayers" inspired by the Holy Spirit at that moment. I certainly agree with and love such heart prayers but I also enjoy hearing how the Holy Spirit has inspired other people. What they found in the Scripture and how it impacted them...

by Stan Coffey

Amos is the author. He is one of the minor prophets. The term, minor prophets, does not mean that these pr-ophets are not as important as others or that their message is less significant. The word, minor prophet, refers to the length of the material not to the significance of the material. The name Amos means "burdened."...

by Daniel Rodgers

The background for this story has to do with Israel's sin and subsequent judgment and captivity by the Assyrians. They thought the "Day of The Lord" would be their deliverance. Instead, it was just the opposite-it was God's time of judgment. Additionally, it was also a prophetic statement, speaking of a future event-a future "Day of the Lord...

by Tony Nester

What happens when an outsider comes to town and criticizes the people who run the town? You know the answer -- he or she gets attacked. It's the same with schools, businesses, hospitals, and yes, also with churches. We don't like newcomers criticizing policies, procedures, and traditions that we've put in place...