Saturday, April 20, 2013

Lord of All Nations│Amos│Lesson 4, April 20-26




Memory Text: “A lion has roared! Who will not fear? The Lord G od has spoken! Who can but prophesy?” (Amos 3:8, NKJV) 

Key Thought: Acts of inhumanity are sins against God and will be judged accordingly.


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A lion in Scripture often represents the king of the animal world. His appearance evokes irresistible strength and majesty as well as ferocity and destructive power. Even when not actively hunting, the lion can be heard, its roar audible for miles. Amos, a shepherd, was sent to the Israelites to warn them that he had heard a lion roar—and the lion was none other than their Lord! Moved by the Holy Spirit, the prophet Amos compared God’s way of speaking to the nations, as well as to His special people, with the roaring of a lion (see Amos 1:2).

Amos was called to prophesy to the nations who committed crimes against humanity. He also was sent to a society where a privileged and religious people lived in peace and prosperity. Yet, this same people oppressed the poor and allowed for dishonest business and bribery in court. This week we will listen to what the Lord has to say about these despicable actions ...  Read the entire Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide lesson


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► Author: Zdravko Stefanovic, (Licence en Théologie, Saleve Adventist University, M.A., Ph.D., Andrews University) was born in Bosnia, in southern Europe. He completed his education in Croatia, France, and the United States, specializing in biblical languages and interpretation. Teaches Biblical Studies at Adventist University of Health Sciences in Orlando, Florida. He is married to Bozana, a math professor, and they have two sons. The family treasures fond memories of their 12-year mission service in East Asia and also of their 12 years of teaching at Walla Walla University.


► Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide: "Seek the Lord and Live" Major Lessons from Minor Prophets. 
Standard Edition 2 st. Quarter 2013
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