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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:

  • Chapter 1: The Third Day Resurrection
  • Chapter 2: The Rains
  • Chapter 3: Judgment with Mercy
  • Chapter 4: A Sick Society
  • Chapter 5: The Silly Dove
  • Chapter 6: The Trumpet’s Message
  • Chapter 7: Futile Religion
  • Chapter 8: Eating Flesh
  • Chapter 9: Retribution on Ephraim
  • Chapter 10: When Parents Sacrifice Children
  • Chapter 11: The Fruit of Misused Blessings
  • Chapter 12: Judgment upon the Altars
  • Chapter 13: The Law of Sowing and Reaping
  • Chapter 14: Out of Egypt
  • Chapter 15: A Father’s Compassion
  • Chapter 16: The Jacobite Dispute
  • Chapter 17: False and True Images of God
  • Chapter 18: The Rule of Wild Beasts
  • Chapter 19: When God Answers Carnal Prayers
  • Chapter 20: The Call to Repentance
  • Chapter 21: New Covenant Salvation

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