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Dark Days and Shaved Heads

Dark Days and Shaved Heads

When the people of Bethel ignored God’s call, Amos warned them to prepare for a dreadful time of much wailing, death, and God’s silence. Alistair Begg teaches us that God’s judgment will fall on those who place profit before compassion, worship, honesty, and other people. When God withdraws His blessings, man is helpless to retrieve them, so we must heed God’s warnings while there is opportunity.

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The Lion's Roar

Amos was not a learned man, but a shepherd from a small town. He was not an innovator; he simply reminded people of facts they already knew. The only remarkable thing about Amos was how unremarkable he was. It was a time of prosperity, corruption, and compromise. God’s people played at religion and toyed with sin. God used Amos to remind His people that religious profession was meaningless unless accompanied by obedience, holiness, and wholehearted worship. He warned them that while God was merciful, He was running out of patience.

In this series, Alistair Begg explains why the prophetic words of Amos remain relevant to today’s Church, which often focuses on religious experiences while denying the truths of biblical doctrine and reduces biblical imperatives to personal options. Like Amos, Alistair urges us to align our worship and lifestyles with the truth of Scripture and renew our relationship with God today, knowing that His judgment is imminent.