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Amos (Biblical book)

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The book of Amos is one of the books of the Old Testament, grouped as one of the twelve minor prophets. It records the prophetic visions of a man named Amos. The most famous part of the book is a vision where God uses a plumb line to measure the straightness (read righteousness) of the nation of Israel, as a tradesman measures the straightness of a building or piece of furniture, and finds it to be less than perfect. Christians taking inspiration from Amos hold a spiritual plumb line up to their own lives as a first step to confession, repentance and ultimate absolution.

Books of the Bible
Old Testament
Pentateuch (Torah) GenesisExodusLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomy
History JoshuaJudgesRuthI SamuelII SamuelI KingsII KingsI ChroniclesII ChroniclesEzraNehemiahEsther
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