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'.
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.