Amos 3 Commentary

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Amos 3:1-2

Amos reminds the Israelites of their special covenant relationship with the LORD, the violation of which requires special punishment.

Amos 3:3-8

Amos uses a series of rhetorical questions to announce judgment on the disobedient Israelites.

Amos 3:9-15

Amos describes the oppressions and tumult within Samaria and predicts that God will use a foreign nation to judge His own people. As a result, the altars of Bethel and the great houses in Israel will be destroyed.