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Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 30, When Parents Sacrifice Children

Hosea 9:10 says, 10 I found Israel like grapes in the wilderness; I saw your forefathers as the earliest fruit on the fig tree in its season. But they came to Baal-peor and devo…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 29, Retribution on Ephraim

Because of Israel’s religious mixture of idolatry and Mosaic worship, judgment was to come upon them. Hosea 9:6 says, 6 For behold, they will go because of destruction; Egypt wi…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 28, Eating Flesh

In Hosea 9:1-4 the prophet pursues the “eating” theme that he began in Hosea 8:13. The word “eat” used in verses 3 and 4 is from the Hebrew word akal. The same word is used later …

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 27, Futile Religion

Hosea 8:10 says, 10 Even though they hire [tanah, “give gifts” (hire for protection or as mercenaries)] allies among the nations, now I will gather [kavats, “collect, gather”] t…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 26, The Trumpet’s Message

Hosea 8:1 says, 1 Put the trumpet to your lips! Like an eagle the enemy comes against the house of the Lord, because they have transgressed My covenant and rebelled against My l…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 25, The Silly Dove

Because Israel refused to repent, Hosea prophesied that the nation would be destroyed and that the people would be taken into captivity to Assyria. Hosea 7:11 says, 11 So Ephrai…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 24, A Sick Society

The last verse of Hosea 6 prophesies about God’s intent to reverse Israel’s captivity and restore her to her former state of prosperity. There is no break in the Hebrew text, so t…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 23, Judgment with mercy

The judgments of God, in the end, are designed to correct and restore. God shows Himself to be reluctant to bring judgment upon Israel and Judah, but He also finds it necessary. S…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 22, The Rains

After speaking of Israel’s resurrection, the prophet tells us in Hosea 6:3, 3 So let us know, let us press on to know the Lord. His going forth is as certain as the dawn; And He…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 21, Three Days and Three Nights

Hosea tells us that God was to come to Israel as a lion to tear the nation apart because of their refusal to do as they had promised in the covenant of Sinai. Even so, in Hosea 5:…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—chapter 20, Gibeah and Ramah, part 2

The prophet says in Hosea 5:8, “cry aloud at Beth-aven, “After thee! O Benjamin.” This is a cry of warning used in battle. Today we would shout, “Behind you!” to warn someone of d…

Hosea, prophet of mercy: chapter 20, Gibeah and Ramah

[I left my NASB bible at a meeting that I attended last night, so I will be using KJV here] By drawing a parallel with Mizpah, Hosea tells us that God is deciding a court case …

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 19: Mizpah

The fifth chapter of Hosea begins a new (but related) message to the priests, to the House of Israel, to the king, and specifically to Israel’s leading tribe, Ephraim. After the d…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 18: Blind Idolatry

Hosea 4:14 continues, 14 I will not punish [pakad, “visit, pay attention to”] your daughters when they play the harlot or your brides when they commit adultery, for the men them…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 17: Eating sin

Hosea tells Israel that because they had forgotten the law of God, He will forget their children. This, of course, was fully illustrated by his own situation. His harlot wife, rep…

Hosea, prophet of mercy--Chapter 16: The knowledge of God

When men lack the knowledge of God, it is usually because they do not understand the revelation of His character as expressed in the law. They may read the law and even memorize i…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 15: Spiritual Conditions in Israel

The first three chapters of Hosea are about the prophet’s failed marriage and remarriage, prophesying about the House of Israel. These prophecies give us a quick overview of the p…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 14: Redemption

The NASB of Hosea 3:1 reads, 1 Then the Lord said to me, “Go again, love a woman who is loved by her husband, yet an adulteress, even as the Lord loves the sons of Israel, thoug…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 13: Who are My People?

Hosea 2:21, 22 says, 21 “And it will come about in that day that I will respond,” declares the Lord. “I will respond to the heavens, and they will respond to the earth, 22 and t…

Hosea, prophet of mercy—Chapter 12: Legal Rights of New Creatures

Having established the fact of Israel’s divorce, as well as the prophecy of betrothal and remarriage, we must now ask ourselves how these things can be done in a lawful manner. We…

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