Amos chapter 1

1:1-2.

The time when Amos prophesied.

1:3-5.

He shews God's judgment upon Syria,

1:6-8.

upon the Philistines,

1:9-10.

upon Tyrus,

1:11-12.

upon Edom,

1:13-15.

upon Ammon.

Amos chapter 2

2:1-3.

God's judgments upon Moab,

2:4-5.

upon Judah,

2:6-8.

and upon Israel.

2:9-16.

God complains of their ingratitude.

Amos chapter 3

3:1-8.

The necessity of God's judgment against Israel.

3:9-15.

The publication of it, with the causes thereof.

Amos chapter 4

4:1-3.

He reproves Israel for oppression,

4:4-5.

for idolatry,

4:6-13.

and for their incorrigibleness.

Amos chapter 5

5:1-3.

A lamentation for Israel.

5:4-20.

An exhortation to repentance.

5:21-27.

God rejects their hypocritical service.

Amos chapter 6

6:1-6.

The wantonness of Israel,

6:7-11.

shall be plagued with desolation;

6:12-14.

and their incorrigibleness shall end in affliction.

Amos chapter 7

7:1-3.

The judgments of the grasshoppers,

7:4-6.

and of the fire are diverted by the prayer of Amos.

7:7-9.

By the wall of a plumbline is signified the rejection of Israel.

7:10-13.

Amaziah complains of Amos.

7:14-15.

Amos shews his calling;

7:16-17.

and Amaziah's judgment.

Amos chapter 8

8:1-3.

By a basket of summer fruit is shown the approach of Israel's end.

8:4-10.

Oppression is reproved.

8:11-14.

A famine of the word of God threatened.

Amos chapter 9

9:1-10.

The certainty of the desolation.

9:11-15.

The restoring of the tabernacle of David.