Walk In Agreement

Will two of them leave together, unless they have agreed? (Amos 3:3 JPS Tanakh 1917) Can two people walk together without [3259 yaad] to agree on the direction? Is a lion already roaring through the brush without finding a victim? Does a young lion growl in its cave without catching its prey? Is a bird ever caught in a trap that has no bait? Is a trap closing if there is nothing to catch? If the Widderhorn blows a warning, shouldn`t people be alerted? Will a catastrophe come to a city if the Lord has not planned it? (Amos 3:3-6) The New American Standard Bible reads Amos 3:3: “Do two men go together, unless they have made an appointment?” The agreement is to meet and leave together. The agreement or appointment precedes the common march, because the “cause” precedes the effect. You can make an agreement to meet and go together to discuss the differences. In conclusion, I invite you to have communion with Jesus Christ in the first place. It should not be a religious act to spend a “decommissioning” only during the day. Although this is a good thing, community and relationship means a constant walk throughout the day. You can do this by reading God`s Word, meditating on His Word during the day, in communion with the Holy Spirit throughout the day, and by making God a part of every aspect of your life. Go in a way that approves of God`s Word and be a luminous light of Christ for the world. This verse has created a lot of confusion. Who walks together? What did they agree on? Where are they going? Let us look humbly and prayerfully at the full context to understand this verse. Let us also take note here that if we do not walk in accordance with God (i.e.

in his own way according to His Word and Spirit), we actually walk in disagreement (or confirming, against God). In Leviticus 26, we find that God gave the nation of Israel a clear description of what it meant to walk in accordance with Him [including blessings for it] – and what it meant to convert to disagree with Him [including oaths for him]. Note the following verses. First, we will look at two of the commandments that they should follow. Letter xxxvi (Circa A. D. 1131) to the same Hildebert who had not yet recognized the Innocent Lord as pope. The same Hildebert who had not yet recognized the Innocent Lord as pope. He urged him to recognize Incentenz, now in exile in France, as a legitimate pope because of the split of Peter Leonis.