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Amos 7

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Amos 7
Final oracle of Amos
39:59
December 1, 2019
From Gladness to Thankfulness
Psalm 100 & 1 Thessalonians 5 Going from an exhortation to give thanks to understanding why we give thanks, when we give thanks, and how to give thanks.
31:21
November 24, 2019
False Security
Amos 6 Oracle of Amos.
57:44
November 17, 2019
Seek the Lord and Live
Amos 5 God desires our hearts fully committed to Him. If we are living and dwelling in sin, His plea for us is to "Seek Him and live!"
41:03
November 10, 2019
Return to the Lord
Amos 3-4 God's judgment sought to awaken the hearts of Israel. God's desire is ultimately for our hearts and if we have wandered, He desires to bring us back to Himself.
44:17
November 3, 2019
The Pain of Bitterness
Amos 1:1-12 Judgement upon Israel, Judah, and the surrounding nations.
43:53
October 20, 2019
Joel 3
The Lord judges the nations; the day of the Lord is coming.
36:58
October 6, 2019
Repenting, Relenting, & Restoration
Joel 2:15-32 After God's plague of locust, followed by a famine, the spirit of His people has been awakened. Joel calls for a nationwide prayer along with fasting. God asks for a rent heart of His people, and when this is evident, we see that He not only relents, but follows up with a blessing and restoration.
1:04:11
September 29, 2019
Rend Your Hearts
Joel 1:13-2:14 A call to repent and the result of continual sin.
35:26
September 22, 2019
Restored
Joel 1-2:14 The book of Joel is the written prophetic word of God given to the prophet Joel directed towards the southern kingdom of Judah and its capital, Jerusalem. The message begins, as we will see this morning, with a coming plague of locusts. Little is known about the author other than the short description in 1:1—”Joel, the son of Pethuel.” The name Joel derives from two Hebrew words—the first is the abbreviated form of the covenantal name of God, Yahweh, with the common Hebrew word for God, ‘el and thus—Joel means, “Yahweh is God.”
39:25
September 15, 2019
Jonah 2-4
Through chapters 2-4 we see God's character further revealed, as well as repentance through affliction and repentance through immediate obedience and response. 
41:29
September 8, 2019
Arise & Go
Jonah 1:1-16 In the calling of Jonah to "arise, and go" we see a prophet unwilling to give the message of God to an enemy of Israel, the Ninevites. In this first chapter, we see an OT example of God's openness and equality of love to Gentiles—a pre-cursor (one of several found in Jonah) of the coming Savior. We are given a glimpse of some of the qualities and characteristics of YHWH—mainly compassion, faithfulness, and power/might.
42:47
September 1, 2019
From Groaning to Glory
Though sin has destroyed God's original intention for the world, it does not have the last word or the final say. God is unrelenting in His desire to restore all that He has created. He has gone to great lengths to redeem His creation and to reconcile us to Himself. Key Scripture: Romans 8:18-39
54:03
August 29, 2019
How Shall People Be Saved?
Our final sermon on a 3-part series titled "We Are The Church." Scripture is clear: We are all called to share the good news with others. For some, that may be to the "end of the earth"; taking the gospel message to other areas in the world. For others, it may be right here in our own back yard. Regardless of where God calls us, we are all called to share the good news of Jesus Christ.
37:49
August 7, 2019
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