He then calls Israel to account, and judges them for their idolatry, their unworthy walking under the favours God had bestowed upon them, and their incorrigibleness under his judgments, Amos 3 and Amos 4. He calls them to repentance (Amos 5), rejecting their hypocritical sacrifices unless they did repent.
Coventry Ring, gold, 15th-century. This shows an image of Christ, of the iconographic type known as the 'Image of Pity', and images of the Five Wounds. Inscriptions give the 'names' of the wounds: 'the well of confort', 'the well of gracy [grace]', the well of pitty', 'the well of merci'. Christ's side-wound (devotion to which ultimately gave rise to the cult of the Sacred Heart, which also used well-symbolism extensively) is called 'the well of evver lastingh lyffe'.