As we continue our series on worship, Amos exposes a link between worship and justice. A few questions: what is God's "case" against his people here? Why is God so passionate about justice? Where do we get the power to live just and right lives, and what might that look like in our midst? Let's hear God's call to "let justice roll down like a river..."
* following questions after the sermon on Sunday, here are three books I'd encourage anyone to explore who wants to know more: 1) The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor (Mark Labberton), 2) Generous Justice (Tim Keller), and When Helping Hurts (Brian Fikkert). You'll also find fine excerpts and summaries of their arguments in a simple google search.