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Hosea's failed marriage was a prophetic type of God's failed marriage with Israel. Hosea's harlot wife, Gomer, was named to represent Israel, because Gomer was the official name which the Assyrians called Israel. Her divorce and subsequent redemption shows the mercy of God.

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Hosea's failed marriage was a prophetic type of God's failed marriage with Israel. Hosea's harlot wife, Gomer, was named to represent Israel, because Gomer was the official name which the Assyrians called Israel. Her divorce and subsequent redemption shows the mercy of God.


Table of Contents:

  • Introduction to Hosea
  • Chapter 1: Hosea and Gomer
  • Chapter 2: Gomer and the Lost Sheep
  • Chapter 3: Jezreel
  • Chapter 4: Lo-ruhamah
  • Chapter 5: Lo-ammi
  • Chapter 6: The Hope of Reinstatement
  • Chapter 7: Whose Children Are They?
  • Chapter 8: The Result of Judgment
  • Chapter 9: Restoration
  • Chapter 10: The Door of Hope
  • Chapter 11: The Betrothal
  • Chapter 12: Legal Rights of New Creatures
  • Chapter 13: Who are My People?
  • Chapter 14: Redemption
  • Chapter 15: Spiritual Conditions in Israel
  • Chapter 16: The Knowledge of God
  • Chapter 17: Eating Sin
  • Chapter 18: Blind Idolatry
  • Chapter 19: Mizpah
  • Chapter 20: Gibeon and Ramah