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The central idea of the book of Amos is that God puts his people on the same level as the surrounding nations \u2013 God expects the same purity of them all.
quoted most often was Amos 5:24, \u201cBut let justice roll down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream.\u201d The prophet Amos was saying\u2014as most of the Hebrew prophets were saying\u2014that what God wants is justice and right living rather than religious ceremonies for their own sake.
God calls a Judean shepherd named Amos to confront the wrongdoing of the people of Israel, offering them one more chance before facing God's judgement. Israel has been unfaithful to Yahweh. Amos is called to announce God's coming judgment on the northern kingdom of Israel.
Amos wrote at a time of relative peace and prosperity but also of neglect of God's laws. He spoke against an increased disparity between the very wealthy and the very poor. His major themes of justice, God's omnipotence, and divine judgment became staples of prophecy.
A Working Definition What, then, is the justice/righteousness that ought to roll down like waters? It is to give people what they are due in the eyes of God's law, to honor their divinely given rights, rather than taking advantage of them or oppressing them.

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God calls a Judean shepherd named Amos to confront the wrongdoing of the people of Israel, offering them one more chance before facing God's judgement. Israel has been unfaithful to Yahweh. Amos is called to announce God's coming judgment on the northern kingdom of Israel.
King quoted Amos 5:24 in this context: No, no, we are not satisfied, and we will not be satisfied until 'justice rolls down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream.
The key word in Amos 5:4-6 is to \u201cseek God.\u201d For Amos, \u201cto seek God\u201d means seeking good, doing justice and rightness, worshiping God in the right way, and seeking the word of the Lord (Amos 5:14,15; 8:12). Then, the assurance that God promised to Israel that \u201cyou may live\u201d would happen.
God calls a Judean shepherd named Amos to confront the wrongdoing of the people of Israel, offering them one more chance before facing God's judgement. Israel has been unfaithful to Yahweh. Amos is called to announce God's coming judgment on the northern kingdom of Israel.
The key word in Amos 5:4-6 is to \u201cseek God.\u201d For Amos, \u201cto seek God\u201d means seeking good, doing justice and rightness, worshiping God in the right way, and seeking the word of the Lord (Amos 5:14,15; 8:12). Then, the assurance that God promised to Israel that \u201cyou may live\u201d would happen.

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