The Book of Amos talks about God’s judgement.
The thirtieth book in the Bible is the Book of Amos. It is the third of the Minor Prophetic Books and was written by the prophet Amos in the reign of Jereboam II of Israel - c. 750 BC.
Amos was a farmer from the Southern Kingdom of Judah, but he was chosen by God to preach in the Northern Kingdom of Israel and to warn them of God's coming judgement. At the time, Israel was enjoying a period of peace and prosperity, and so Amos' message fell on deaf ears.
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