Amos was not a “professional.” He had no formal theological training—“nor have I belonged to a company of prophets.” The “company of prophets” were groups—often called “the sons of the prophets”—that probably copied, studied, and preserved sacred texts, and fostered prayer and the development of prophetic gifts…
Amos was an unlikely candidate for God’s service. So were the Apostles. So are you…..
by Editor | Jul 14, 2018
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