Ripe for Destruction

Session 8.29

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Amos cautions his hearers of the danger of trampling the poor and neglected with our deeds (or misdeeds). He seems to indicate that there will be retribution for our having treated persons this way. Is it that God punishes us for our sinfulness to other human beings, or do we punish ourselves by having such broken relationships between us?


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