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In a national call to repentance, Hosea's prophecy gave Israel an example of its spiritual idolatry, yet portrayed God's love for Israel in spite of her spiritual infidelity. He prophecied 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, and his ministry extended from about 770 to 725 B.C. Hosea, a weeping prophet, was a citizen of the northern kingdom like his counterpart Jeremiah to the south. Hosea's prophesy is characterized by intense emotion as the prophet's personal tragedy is transferred and applied to the nation. Because of the tragic details of his personal life, Hosea has been known as the brokenhearted prophet. His sorrow provides a good illustration of the brokenhearted Lord in His relationship with sinful mankind.

  • Hosea 11:1-11 Hosea's unfaithful wife
  • Hosea 22:1-13 The Lord's love for his unfaithful people
  • 2:14-23 Israel is restored
  • Hosea 33:1-5 Hosea and the adulteress
  • Hosea 44:1-19 The Lord's controversy with Israel
  • Hosea 55:1-14 God's displeasure with Israel
  • 5:15 Israel's insincere repentance
  • Hosea 66:1-11 Israel's reply to God's admonishment
  • Hosea 77:1-16 Israel has rebelled against God
  • Hosea 88:1-14 Sow the wind and reap the whirlwind
  • Hosea 99:1-17 "The days of visitation are come"
  • Hos. 1010:1-15 The punishment of Israel
  • Hos. 1111:1-12 God's love for faithless Israel
  • Hos. 1212:1-14 Ephraim's sins rebuked by God
  • Hos. 1313:1-16 Ephraim's destruction foretold
  • Hos. 1414:1-9 Israel entreated to return to the Lord

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