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The Amos Paradigm

THE AMOS PARADIGM #2 copyA book that recovers an ancient prophetic promise of provision and brings it into the lives of 21st century Christ-followers is capturing the hearts of readers and making them heirs of God’s goodness. The Amos Paradigm: Life at the Speed of Favor by Tim Hill makes a welcome case that God will exceed all believers expect, increase all they invest, and accelerate time to accomplish His kingdom purpose.

 

“Tim Hill shares a profound message from a rather obscure scripture—Amos 9:13—which speaks to the magnitude of God’s blessings beyond normal consciousness. The Amos Paradigm presents a divinely inspired and relevant exposition articulating how someone can experience overflowing, supernatural, spiritual blessings faster than light,” said Michael L. Baker, administrative bishop of the Church of God in North Georgia.

 

Drawing from the prophetic experience of the eighth-century seer, Amos, the book’s message calls upon God’s people to lift up justice and righteousness, as a result of which divine provision may be anticipated. “Behold, the days are coming,” says the Lord, “when the plowman shall overtake the reaper, and the treader of grapes him who sows seed; the mountains shall drip with sweet wine, and all the hills shall flow with it.” According to Hill, Amos’ proclamation is not just a “prosperity sermon”; it is a personal assurance of divine plenty for those who obey the Word of the Lord.

 

Mark L. Williams, Church of God general overseer, says, “Refusing to join the doomsayers who forecast the demise of the church, Dr. Hill sees the Amos 9:13 season as a period of increased opportunity for the church to be part of a last-days movement.”

 

“My longtime friend, Bishop Tim Hill, has raised the righteousness bar with this book,” said bestselling author and speaker, Stan Toler. “His buoyant optimism and strong faith shine through on every page.”

 

The Amos Paradigm may be purchased at www.pathwaybookstore.com or through the World Missions office,www.cogwm.org, or by telephone at 1-800-345-7492.