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Intro: guys open up your Bibles to the 28th book of your Bible…the book of Hosea
The book of Hosea – it sits in the fourth and final section of the Old Testament, that’s referred to as the Prophets.
guys open up your Bibles to the book of Hosea,
The book of Hosea – it sits in the fourth and final section of the Old Testament, that’s referred to as the Prophets.
The book of Hosea – it sits in the fourth and final section of the Old Testament, that’s referred to as the Prophets.
Hosea, the 28th book of your Bible.
The first section – The Pentateuch, or literally the five books penned by Moses.
The first section – The Pentateuch, or literally the five books penned by Moses.
The second section – The Historical books, 12 books. In that section of the Old Testament that spans from Joshua to Esther
The second section – The Historical books, 12 books. In that section of the Old Testament that spans from Joshua to Esther, it’s the Divinely inspired historical
narrative. And in them –
we see Israel in the land; we see Israel removed from the land; we see Israel returned to the land of promise.
The third section – The Poetic books – Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, The Song Of Solomon – none of them advancing the historical narrative, but – nestled in it, speaking to it
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And the last major section – The Prophets, as we’ve learned, divides into subsets – the Major and Minor Prophets
3. The third section – The Poetic books – Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, The Song Of Solomon – none of them advancing the historical narrative, but –
nestled in it, speaking to it
The writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel – they’re called the Major Prophets, simply because of the size of their writings. The Old Testament was penned on scrolls. The writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel were so large that they could only put one prophet on a scroll. And by contrast the 12 Minor Prophets, which begin with the book that we’re looking at tonight, Hosea, they could fit on a single roll as a collection
4. And the last major section – The Prophets, as we’ve learned, divides into subsets – the Major and Minor Prophets –
These are the last 12 books of Old testiment
The writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel – they’re called the Major Prophets, simply because of the size of their writings. The Old Testament was penned on scrolls. The writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel were so large that they could only put one prophet on a scroll.
Who’s Hosea?
And by contrast the 12 Minor Prophets, which begin with the book that we’re looking at tonight, Hosea, they could fit on a single roll as a collection.
Hosea the prophet, was the son of a guy Beeri, At God’s instruction, Hosea married a harlot named Gomer. Their marriage later came to symbolize God’s relationship with Israel, as Hosea was troubled by her constant infidelity. The book of Hosea is the first of the Minor Prophets, a title that simply refers to the length of the books, not their significance
Hosea the prophet, was the son of a guy Beeri, At God’s instruction, Hosea married a harlot named Gomer. Their marriage later came to symbolize God’s relationship with Israel, as Hosea was troubled by her constant infidelity. The book of Hosea is the first of the Minor Prophets, a title that simply refers to the length of the books, not their significance
Hosea was born in the northern kingdom of Israel toward the end of the reign of King Jeroboam II (793–753 BC). He grew up and ministered under the rule of several other kings of Israel (Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekah, Pekahiah, and Hoshea). Jeroboam II’s rule was one of political and economic prosperity, but the underlying spiritual decay in the nation eventually became manifested during the reigns of his successors. These kings brought with them political unrest and spiritual chaos, culminating in the Assyrian captivity of Israel in 722 BC. Many Jews turned to the idolatry and other practices of the Assyrian religion, further rebelling against the Lord.
Hosea was born in the northern kingdom of Israel toward the end of the reign of King Jeroboam II (793–753 BC). He grew up and ministered under the rule of several other kings of Israel (Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekah, Pekahiah, and Hoshea). Jeroboam II’s rule was one of political and economic prosperity, but the underlying spiritual decay in the nation eventually became manifested during the reigns of his successors. These kings brought with them political unrest and spiritual chaos, culminating in the Assyrian captivity of Israel in 722 BC. Many Jews turned to the idolatry and other practices of the Assyrian religion, further rebelling against the Lord.
Hosea was born in the northern kingdom of Israel toward the end of the reign of King Jeroboam II (793–753 BC). He grew up and ministered under the rule of several other kings of Israel (Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekah, Pekahiah, and Hoshea). Jeroboam II’s rule was one of political and economic prosperity, but the underlying spiritual decay in the nation eventually became manifested during the reigns of his successors. These kings brought with them political unrest and spiritual chaos, culminating in the Assyrian captivity of Israel in 722 BC. Many Jews turned to the idolatry and other practices of the Assyrian religion, further rebelling against the Lord.
Hosea began his ministry after the conclusion of the ministry of a guy named Jonah, whom we’ll be looking at in not too long.

Chapters 1-2 - A faithless wife

Hosea 1:1–2 ESV
The word of the Lord that came to Hosea, the son of Beeri, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel. When the Lord first spoke through Hosea, the Lord said to Hosea, “Go, take to yourself a wife of whoredom and have children of whoredom, for the land commits great whoredom by forsaking the Lord.”
Hosea 1:1 ESV
The word of the Lord that came to Hosea, the son of Beeri, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel.
Hos 1:1
hos 1:
So here

Chapter 3 - A future restoration

Chapters 4-10 - A heartless peopel

Chapters 11-14 - A faithful God

Hosea began his ministry after the conclusion of the ministry of a guy named Jonah, whom we’ll be looking at in not too long.
Hosea was a contemporary of the prophet Amos
Hosea was a contemporary of the prophet Amos. We’ll be looking at his prophetic writings in a couple of weeks.
Excerpt From: Skip Heitzig. “The Bible from 30,000 Feet™.” iBooks. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-bible-from-30-000-feet/id1233862428?mt=11
Hosea’s ministry overlapped the prophetic ministry of Isaiah. Isaiah’s ministry began at the tail end of Hosea’s ministry.
Hosea’s ministry overlapped the prophetic ministry of Isaiah. Isaiah’s ministry began at the tail end of Hosea’s ministry.
Hosea’s ministry overlapped the prophetic ministry of Isaiah. Isaiah’s ministry began at the tail end of Hosea’s ministry.
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