"Often the visions God gave to His prophets were about a coming event or a projection of the future. The Minor Prophets are called the Book of the Twelve in Hebrew, and record many visions that speak to us now. One example is a vision that Amos witnessed when he saw a basket of summer fruit. The meaning of this vision was that God’s people were like the fruit, ready to harvest, but rather than harvest for celebration, God’s people would be harvested for judgment. Today, we see many similar sinful behaviors against God happening that brought about this judgment. Yet it’s really no wonder that the people of God are struggling to follow
His ways. A recent Gallup poll of ""Values and Beliefs"" asked its participants questions about the Bible. Of those who identified as Christian, only 25% believe the Bible is the Word of God. In fact, 16% of that group claimed the Bible to be a book of fables. How are Christians to
follow God's ways if they don’t believe He’s authoritatively spoken to them? Amazingly, the prophet Amos speaks about a time when there will be a famine of the Word of God.
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