This chapter seems to be directed both to the two tribes of Judah and
Benjamin, and the ten tribes of Israel, under the names of Zion and
Samaria, and to the principal men in both; who are reproved and
threatened for their carnal security and self-confidence, being in no
fear of the evil day, though they had no reason for it no more than
other people, \\#Am 6:1-3\\; are charged with wantonness, luxury,
intemperance, and want of sympathy with those in distress, \\#Am 6:4-6\\;
therefore are threatened to be carried captive first, and their city to
be delivered up; which, for the certainty of it, is not only said, but
swore to, \\#Am 6:7,8\\; and a great mortality in every house, and the
destruction of all houses, both great and small, \\#Am 6:9-11\\; and since
a reformation of them seemed impracticable, and not to be expected, but
they gloried in their wealth, and boasted of their strength, therefore
they should be afflicted by a foreign nation raised against them, which
affliction should be general, from one end of the country to the other,
\\#Am 6:12-14\\.