This lesson ends our study of this wonderful book. In this sermon, we see that God still has future promises for His chosen, earthly people.
In this text, the root sin of pride is exposed and condemned.
In this chapter, the Lord challenges Israel with their history.
In this passage, we get a glimpse into God’s heart towards His people—a heart intent on good and not evil.
In this chapter, God points to the root of Israel's problem—a divided heart.
In this chapter, we will see the result when God pulls back His hand of protection and blessing.
This text is challenging to Christians today just as it must have been to Israel of old.
In this text, we see just how rebellious the nation is—and yet God still extended His hand of mercy.
In this section, God expresses His displeasure with religious formalism.
In this passage, we see that the Israelites chose their sin over God.
In this chapter, God charges Israel with sin—sin which ultimately will result in judgment.
In this text, God makes clear through Hosea that the future involves a restoration of the kingdom to Israel.
In this section, God first pronounces judgment on Israel. Then, there is a promise of restoration.
In this passage, we see Hosea's life picture play out in representation of the people.
In this message, we look at a preview of the whole of this book.