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Certaine observations vpon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses

Certaine observations vpon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses

As they were delivered at a friends house who had broken his legg, for which meeting the author was committed to the White-Lyon by Sir Thomas Mallet late judge of assize for the county where he remaineth prisioner of Iesvs Christ. By William Kiffin

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Published by printed for William Larner, at the Bible in Little-East-cheap in London .
Written in English

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  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Hosea II, 7-8 -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800

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    Other titlesCertaine observations upon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2210:1
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[6], 25, [1] p
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15428871M

    'Now' Gap: Hos ," JETS 28 (March ) 34; and L. M. Eslinger, "Hosea a and Genesis A Study in loner Biblical Exegesis," JSOT 18 () 4 This is not to deny that Hosea was familiar with other portions of the OT. Kauf- mann, for example, contends that Hosea alludes to specific texts in OT Wisdom Litera- Size: KB. Hosea New International Version (NIV). 6 Gomer conceived again and gave birth to a daughter. Then the Lord said to Hosea, “Call her Lo-Ruhamah (which means “not loved”), for I will no longer show love to Israel, that I should at all forgive them. 7 Yet I will show love to Judah; and I will save them—not by bow, sword or battle, or by horses and horsemen, but I, the Lord their God.


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Certaine observations vpon Hosea the second the 7. verses As they were delivered at a friends house who had broken his legg, for which meeting the author was committed to the White-Lyon () Paperback – Decem Author: William Kiffin.

Certaine observations vpon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses: As they were delivered at a friends house who had broken his legg, for which meeting the author was committed to the White-Lyon by Sir Thomas Mallet late judge of assize for the county where he remaineth prisioner of Iesvs Christ.

Hosea Ephraim, he hath mixed himself among the people Either locally, by dwelling among them, as some of them at least might do among the Syrians; or carnally, by intermarrying with them, contrary to the command of God; or civilly, by entering into alliances and confederacies with them, as Pekah the son of Remaliah king of Israel did with Rezin king of Syria, (Isaiah Isaiah ) ; or.

Hosea's writings and prophecies may have been collected and edited after his death. David A. Hubbard, Hosea (Tyndale OT Commentaries), characterizes the genre when he states: "It is that profound pathos, let loose towards Israel in speech after speech, irony after irony, metaphor after metaphor, question after question, which gives the book.

Hosea's message can be summarized by the words: Certaine observations vpon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses book loves his people in spite of apostasy. The second part of the book contains longish lamentations of Hosea.

By them Hosea expresses his deep woe over Israel's condition. At the same time he shows the future ways of God with His people. Chapter 14 closes with an appeal to true repentance.

The Book of Hosea Introduction to the Book of Hosea in the Bible. Hosea - For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk: the bud shall yield no meal: if so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up. Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure.

Hosea 7 whenever I would heal Israel, the sins of Ephraim are exposed and the crimes of Samaria revealed. They practice deceit, thieves break into houses, bandits rob in the streets; but they do not realize that I remember all their evil deeds.

Their sins Read verse in New International Version. Hosea They are all hot as an oven — The prophet here describes the punishment of their crimes, keeping up the similitude under which he represented those crimes; as much as to say, "Because they have grown hot with wine, &c.

like an oven, they shall be burned like an oven with the same fire which they have kindled. James Alton on Hosea To 'sow the wind and reap the whirlwind ' is an astute and pithy allusion that is easier to encompass in its entirety than to explain its parts, however, I 'l give it a go.

On the same web page as the one in which I 'm writing this is "Wesley 's Notes for Hosea 8 7 ", and I don 't agree with some of the explanations there. Hosea Chapter 7 Questions. What was God's desire all along. Why did God not heal them. What terrible thing had they done in the time of Jeroboam the second.

What reveals what a man is. What causes the terrible judgment to come upon them. What unusual thing is said, in verse 3, about the king. Leaven speaks of ____. II in which power changed hands rapidly (e.g., ; ). It is reason- able, therefore, to suppose that most of Hosea's extant messages come from the decades of to B.C.

The Authorship and Compilation of Hosea Few scholars today doubt that the bulk of the book comes from the messages of Hosea himself, but many attribute the actual commit-File Size: KB.

Certaine observations vpon Hosea the second the 7. verses As they were delivered at a friends house who had broken his legg, for which meeting the author was committed to the White-Lyon (): ISBN () Softcover, EEBO Editions, ProQuest, In verse 7, the word ‘*covenant’ appears for only the second time in the book of Hosea.

We cannot be certain what the name ‘Adam’ means. It might mean a city. It might mean that Israel has looked on the *covenant as if it was dirt. (The *Hebrew word for dirt is ‘adam’.) Gilead (verse 8. This is a self-test on the book of Hosea. Before you attempt to answer the questions below you should read these chapters in the Bible and answer the questions at the end of each chapter found at the website Answer the questions below and then click "OK" to send your answers.

The Global Message of Hosea Hosea in Redemptive History. The book of Hosea depicts God’s relationship with his people through a metaphor that occurs throughout the Bible, though nowhere as strongly and pervasively as in Hosea: the metaphor of marriage. The Lord has yoked himself to Israel in the most intimate way, likened to the most profound of human relationships.

The Book of Hosea. by Ernest L. Martin Ph.D., Transcribed and edited by David Sielaff, October Read the accompanying. Newsletter for October Hosea is the first book of the Twelve Minor Prophets. In our King James Version it has 14 chapters. Some of the most significant prophecies in the.

Verses In spite of His tender care, Israel was ungrateful, demanding punishment (Romans ). Hosea "He shall not return into the land of Egypt, but the Assyrian shall be his king, because they refused to return." “Shall not return Egypt” (see note on ).

We see that God has finally had enough of their unfaithfulness. Nonetheless, in keeping with inspired restoration prophecies found in the book of Hosea, a remnant of the people of Judah and Israel were gathered together and emerged from the land of exile, Babylonia, in B.C.E. (Ho11; ; ; ; ; ; Ezr ) Paul used Hosea and to emphasize God’s undeserved.

HOSEA SUMMARY. The book of Hosea is the first of the 12 Books of Minor Prophets. These 12 books are called Minor Prophets not because their message is less important but because they are so much shorter than the previous five books. The book of Hosea written hundreds of years before Daniel and is addressed to the Northern Kingdom of Israel.

first case, Hosea is referred to in the third person in the second Hosea speaks and acts in the first person. In the first reference the wife is named (Gomer) in the second she is not.

In the first occasion, Hosea fathers children through his wife in the second it does not appear that he even has sexual relations with her. What was the "spirit of prostitution" in Hosea. Why does God desire mercy and acknowledgement of Him instead of sacrifice (Hosea ). What does it mean to sow the wind and reap the whirlwind (Hosea ).

Is Hosea a Messianic prophecy. Is I will deliver or Will I deliver the correct translation of Hosea. The Book of Hosea is the first among the twelve Minor Prophetic books in the Hebrew Bible.

It tells of how Northern Kingdom will fall in the 8th century during the darkest era in Israel’s that time, people abandoned God and worshiped the Canaanite gods Jeroboam and Baal after being led away from God’s law by the kings of the Northern Kingdom, their priests and their.

Workbook on Hosea Page #4 Bible Study Questions on the Book of Hosea Introduction: This workbook was designed for Bible class study, family study, or personal study.

The class book is suitable for teens and up. The questions contain minimal human commentary, but instead urge students to study to understand Scripture. Book of Hosea, the first of 12 Old Testament books that bear the names of the Minor Prophets, considered as one book, The Twelve, in the Jewish canon.

According to the superscription, Hosea began his prophetic activity during the reign of Jeroboam II (c. Israel to Reap the Whirlwind &#;Put the trumpet to your lips!An eagle is over the house of the Lordbecause the people have broken my covenantand rebelled against my law.

Israel cries out to me,&. 3.) What amazing thing did the Lord ask Hosea to do when He first spoke to him. Take men and capture the cities of Judah.

Go up to Bethel and tear down the altar of Baal. Marry a prostitute and have children with her. Set up a table in the temple to ensure that the money changers were not robbing the people.

4.) What was the name of Hosea's. () The calling of the Gentiles, and the uniting Israel and Judah under the Messiah. () Israel was prosperous, yet then Hosea boldly tells them of their sins, and foretells their destruction.

Men are not to be flattered in sinful ways because they prosper in the world; nor will it last long if. Verse 7. - They have dealt treacherously against the Lord: for they have begotten strange children. This may refer to inter.

marriages with idolaters, when the offspring of such forbidden unions departed still further from the worship of Jehovah; or the children of godless Jewish parents reflected yet more the wicked works and ways of such parents.

Verses 7, 8. - As they were increased; rather, r כְּרֻבָּם be taken as infinitive with suffix and prefix, or as a noun, it will amount to the same. The reference is rather to the multitude of the population than to the greatness of their prosperity or the abundance of their wealth.

Commentary on Hosea (Read Hosea ) Israel was as a cake not turned, half burnt and half dough, none of it fit for use; a mixture of idolatry and of the worship of Jehovah.

There were tokens of approaching ruin, as grey hairs are of old age, but they noticed them not. The pride which leads to break the law of God leads to self-flattery. Hosea’s primary audience was Ephraim (another name for the northern kingdom, Israel), which is mentioned 35 times in the book.

Hosea wanted to see Israel turn back to God. Background and Overview. Israel is the Lord’s bride, but Israel has instead joined itself to. The book of Hosea consists of fourteen chapters, which was the record for a minor prophet until Zechariah tied it a couple centuries later.

During the time of the Minor Prophets, the nation of Israel had divided into two separate countries, each with its own government: Israel, the northern country consisting of ten tribes, and Judah, the remaining two tribes in the south. The remainder of the Book of Hosea consists of a collection of miscellaneous statements expressing Hosea's convictions concerning the character of Yahweh and Yahweh's relation to the people of Israel.

Hosea appears to have had the temperament of a poet; his thoughts are usually expressed in terms of strong analogies and striking figures of speech. The book of Hosea is a collection of prophetic messages delivered by the prophet Hosea and narrative descriptions of Hosea's marriage and the birth of his children (; ).

Most of Hosea's messages are announcements of God's anger with Israel (the northern of the two Israelite kingdoms) and God's impending judgment on this people.

Hosea son of Beeri prophesied about the middle of the eighth century b.c., his ministry beginning during or shortly after that of Amos. Amos threatened God’s judgment on Israel at the hands of an unnamed enemy; Hosea identifies that enemy as Assyria (; ; ; ).Judging from the kings mentioned inHosea must have prophesied for at least 38 years, though almost nothing is.

When Moses asked Pharaoh to "Let my people go," Pharaoh responded, "Who is the Lord that I should obey His voice to let Israel go?" If Pharaoh could have read the book of Hosea, he would have known that the Lord was a sovereign God (Chapters ); a holy God (Chapters ); a just God (Chapters ); and a loving God (Chapters ).

10 # Verses are numbered in Hebrew text. “Yet the time will come when Israel’s people will be like the sands of the seashore—too many to count. Then, at the place where they were told, ‘You are not my people,’ it will be said, ‘You are children of the living God.’ 11 Then the people of Judah and Israel will unite together.

God told Hosea to marry a woman of ill-repute. This was a symbol of God's relationship with his sinful people. Hosea "The beginning of the word of the Lord by Hosea.

And the Lord said to Hosea, Go, take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and children of whoredoms: for the land hath committed great whoredom, departing from the Lord. They are not limited to the "A is B" form (Soskice). Two metaphors may be dovetailed as when the wind becomes a whirlwind (Hos.

Caird () shows how attention may be drawn by alternation with a simile (Hos. ; ). Hosea may use an image at one place as a simile and at another as a metaphor. 2 Timothy tells us that all Scripture is profitable for: 1. Doctrine, for teaching 2.

Rebuke, for where you’re out of bounds 3. Correction, for conforming to image of Christ 4. Training in righteous living The overall purpose - so we may be thoroughly equipped for God’s work (cf. Eph. Read the whole book of Hosea often. It is a short book, and reading it many times will help you understand the story much better.

Instructions 1. Read the introduction to the study of Hosea 2. Study the Hosea passage for this lesson, by reading the verses and studying the notes. Be sure to read any other Bible passages that are called out in.Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Joshua Judges Ruth The First Book of Samuel The Second Book of Samuel The First Book of Kings The Second Book of Kings The First Book of Chronicles The Second Book of Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther Job book Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes Song of Solomon Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Joel Amos .They make a king glad with their wickedness: This phrase, together with princes have made him sick (Hosea ) and all their kings have fallen (Hosea ) probably all refer to one of the successful assassination plots against the throne of Israel during the ministry of Hosea.

Since there were four kings violently overthrown during his ministry.