A M O S.
In this chapter, I. The oppressors in Israel are
threatened for their oppression of the poor, ver. 1-3. II. The idolaters in Israel, being
joined to idols, are given up to their own heart's lusts, ver. 4, 5. III. All the sins of
Israel are aggravated from their incorrigibleness in them, and
their refusal to return and reform, notwithstanding the various
rebukes of Providence which they had been under, ver. 6-11. IV. They are invited yet at
length to humble themselves before God, since it is impossible for
them to make their part good against him, ver. 12, 13.