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(By iEV. P. 1. FITZWATEt. D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright. 1922, Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR MARCH 12
AMOS WARNS ISRAEL (TEMPER.
LESSON TEXT-Ainos 6:1-3.
GOLDEN TEXT-Wine is a mocker,
strong drink is raging; and whosoever is
deceived tilereby is not wise.--Prov. 20:1.
RE"EiIENCI, MATXIIAIla. 6:11,
12, 22, 23; 28:1-13; iiosea 4:11; Gal. 6:19-21.
PiMARIY TOPIC-God Sends Amos oi
an Et ramnd.
JUNIOR TOPIC-A Prophet Who Was
a Friend to the Poor.
INTeitMIDIATI AND SE1OR TOPIC
-The Consequences of Self-indulgence.
YOUNG PEOILE AND ADULT TOPIC
-Social E vits Yet to Be Conquered.
The" kingdom of Israel reached a
high state of prosperity in the time of
Jeroboam 11, and with it camte a con
dition of luxury, corruption and
The Judgment woe of this lesson is
directed aigainst the sins of the upper
classes in Samaria. The same sins are
practiced in America, In the nation
and in the church. With the increase
of wealth in America has come luxury,
corruption and gross wickedness which
staggers the imagini ation. It behooves
all to give a listening ear. for God will
eventumilly enter into judgment. Our
lesson is a temperance lesson. Tem'per
ance appiles to other things than in
dulgence in intoxicating liquor. Our
age is intoxicated with pleasure, pur
suit of gain and selfish ambition.
I. Reckless Security (vv. 1-3).
They were blind to the perils that sur
rounded themi. They were living in a
fool's paradise, closing their eyes to
hile approacliing storm of judgment as
predicted by Amos. They trusted in
the mhotmtains of Samaria for their
protection. They regarded their city
as Impregnable. They no doubt re
garded the utterance of Amos as lim
practicable--the dreams of a fanatic.
The tragic thing about this blindness
on the part of the chief ones of the
nation was they were so puffed up
with pride that they failed to read
the signs of the times in the light of
history (v. 2.) The cities of Calneh
and Ilamath, though great and mighty,
ha1d fallen. To disregard the lessons
(it history, to dismiss the thought of
impending judgment. is to bring near
the "seat of violence" (v. 3). Let
chaotic Europe and Russia be the red
lights of warning to America, and let
all injustice and class selfishness be
ii. Luxury (vv. 4-0).
The luxury of these upper classes in
Samaria expressed itself in: 1. Extrav
agant furniture (v. 4). They had beds
of Ivory-perhaps wood inlaid wJth
ivory. Costly as their furniture was in
that day,,it was colpilmonplace as com
pared to some of the expensive furi-i
ture and fittings in our great cities.
2. Laziness (v. 4). They stretched
themselves upon their couches-lived
lives of indolence. Such Is the wt,
of many still.
3. Feasted on delicacies (v. 4). The
impllication here is that they had their
dainties out of Mason. This is what
many of the riah pride themselves in,
4. Adorna their femats with music
(v. 5). They sang idle songs--everi In
u'entedl musical in~struments for thIs
purpose. They prostitutedl the noble
art of music to their sensual feasts.
5. They drank wvine (v. 0). They
were not content wjith ordinary drink
ing vessels. They dirank from bowls,
indicating excessive drinking. They
were so mastered by the intoxicating
cup that their feasts which were
adorned with the refinements of music
endled in drunkenness.
ill. Failure to Grieve for Joseph
Joseph here stands for Epjhralmn
and Manasseh, his two sons. Eph
raim became the pirincipmal tribe
of the northern kingdom, so Joseph is
ulsed as a synonym for thme nation. The
tpper classes were indulging in these
effeminate luxuries, en ti rely ind1ifferenti
to the gronnings of the masses. And
wvhenever such a cond~ition exist in ai
nation there is need of Amos to
thunder God's judgment upon those
whd are guilty of it.
IV. The Inevitable issue (vy. 7,8).
1. They shall go into captivity (v. 7).
ruhe northern nation was first in sin,
therefore first to go into captivity.
What a striking contrast this picture!I
Instead of lying on ivory couches
l'easting upon daintien, they are with
the suffering exiles.
2. The certainty of the issue (v. 8).
it is inevitable because of God's nit
ture. He Is a (God of justicee. lie
ias sworn that judgment shall fail.
[te is time God of hosts-the controller
f the whole universe, therefore none
aan escape. God hates the wickedness
f the world, and He will bring into
Iudgmient the men and women who.
evel in luxury with no conc'ern for
thme poor and needy. TIhough God
waits long, lie does not forget. The
)nhy escape for America is repentance.
Abide In Him.
Apd nowi, little children. nh!.i in
Film; that w~hen H-e shall appear,' we
nay have conlfidlence, and( nlot tme
ishiamed et is coming.-! .Johin 2 :28.
Great mischiefs happen more often
'rotm foliy, meanness, and vanity. than
rom the gr(hater sills of avarice and
Chanc, to Be Saved.
Don't despair of a student if he has
mne clear idea.--Emmons.
Tarboro, N. C.
Columbia, S. C
HIS CRITICISM RATHER HASTY
Possibly Mr: Newlywed Will Make
Discreet Inquiries Before He
Makes Another Complaint.
A few weeks ago I was Invited to
(irlie with a conJple of' old schoolIIIagtes
who had ieen murried for some tIie.
I wats asked to bring it friend who had
also() attlended School with is.
The dlinner looled appetizing, and I
was progressinig Sinot)tlly With aill (of
iis in good Spirits.
Suiddenly, Jack, my inarried friend,
turned to his wife a n1d Said: "Verau,
whlat's Ithe mtter with~ t hese bis
- ite innide' Some sort of reply, w)here. I
upon lhe an swered I they were not liti
to eait, tha is 18 0 mther conl id d bet
ter htiklig, ad atskedm who baked
V'ern, with an lintljnred expressIon.,
aniswered: "Wh'iy, Dic)k, dlear, youri
imothier senst thtei over this teeing."
RothI, I know, wishled t he inntier<
()ver, and I roundis I hand a loressinigi
Lenggetunenlt dhirecot ly a fterwvard'.-('i
"Th'lere Is otne infinIstry wh~~oih nseds
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