This Prophecy is a problem Catholics have solved! #28.

Question 1:  “What does this puzzling Prophecy from The Prophet Amos (9:11-15) mean:  ‘Yes, days are coming says The Lord, when the plowman shall overtake the reaper’?”

Answer:  “The ‘reaper’ describes leaders of religious establishments.  Some led the Worship of God in Jerusalem.  Others ‘reapers’ led followers to organize their lives according to priests of Zeus in Rome, Artemis in Syria, Apollo in Greece, Ahura Mazda in Persia, Baal in Phoenicia, and Buddha in India.  Other kinds of  ‘reapers’  led the worship of other deities in every nation.”


Question 2:  “How did ‘the plowman’ get ahead of all those ‘reapers’?”

Answer:  “‘The Plowman’ is God!  He sent His Son to earth to Speak One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church Into Being with His Church-Creating Word to The First Catholic Pope:  ‘And I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.  I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.’


Question 3:   “How did ‘The Plowman’ get ahead of all those ‘reapers’?”

Answer:  “He ‘plowed’ the ground in which The Church-Creating Word of God was planted near the temples run by various kinds of ‘reapers’.


Question 4:  “Did ‘The Plowman’ get ahead of those who turned fruits and vegetables they ‘reaped’ into food?”

Answer:  “‘The Plowman shall overtake the reaper and the vintager’‘vintager’ symbolizes earthly workers who turn grapes into wine and grain into bread.”


Question 5:  “Did Amos Prophesy The Catholic Church?”

Answer:  “Jesus told us 12 times in John 6, and two more times at The Last Supper, ‘If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.’ 

”The Plowman overtook’ all the other ‘reapers and vintagers’.


Question 6:  “Does Catholic Communion, when priests Ordained in Living Link with The First Pope, turn bread and wine into The Body and Blood of Christ by The Miracle of Transubstantiation, fulfill The Prophecy of Amos?”

Answer:  “‘The juice of grapes shall drip down the mountains, and all the hills shall run with it.’  The ‘mountains’ are the altars in every Catholic Church from which ‘the juice of grapes drips down’.


Question 7:  “How could The Prophet Amos be telling us to ‘Be Catholic!’ 3,000 years ago?”

Answer:  “That’s what all God’s Prophets did.”