Now in one, self-contained CD-ROM (compatible with both
Windows and Macintosh operating systems) which includes:
- Over 10 hours of Verse-by-Verse audio teaching
through the book of Job as MP3 files.
- Extensive searchable study notes as PDF files.
- A special message from Chuck Missler.
- Listings of other MP3 resources.
- All software included to play MP3 files.
- Adobe Acrobat® Reader.
This program will read the PDF notes.
This Commentary contains the following studies:
The books of Joel and Amos are referred to as
"minor prophets" (based on the number of
pages), but they contain some of the most fascinating
and provocative prophecies you'll find anywhere in the
Scriptures. The Book of Joel is devoted almost entirely
to "The Day of the Lord". And the Book of Amos
parallels the United States in a most disturbing way.
Both studies are very timely for us today.
- Introduction and Joel 1: The locust plague
(and review of the ten plagues of Egypt).
- Joel 2: The Day of the Lord and the call to
repentance. The citation in Acts 2:17-21.
- Joel 3: The Day of the Lord; the Millennial
- Introduction and Amos 1: The geopolitical
setting and the surrounding nations.
- Amos 2 and 3: Prophecies regarding Judah
and Israel. The myth of the "Lost Ten
- Amos 4 and 5: Heresies, idols, and the
coming judgment of Samaria (Northern Kingdom).
- Amos 6 and 7: The first three of six
visions. The decline of a great nation. The identity
- Amos 8 and 9: Famine of God's Word and the