Hosea 8 commentary

X_1 Hosea 8:3. "Israel dislikes good; let the enemy pursue it." This is the answer that God will give to those who cry to Him.Hosea 8:1 The exclamation in this verse, A trumpet to thy mouth, supersedes the necessity of supplying a verb. The alarm of war or of hostile invasion is to be sounded by the prophet at the command of Jehovah. The (1) trumpet is at once to be employed for the purpose. The rendering of both the Targum and SyriacThis is a study guide commentary, which means that you are responsible for your own interpretation of the Bible. Each of us must walk in the light we have. ... (UPDATED) TEXT: HOSEA 8:11-14 11 Since Ephraim has multiplied altars for sin, They have become altars of sinning for him. 12 Though I wrote for him ten thousand precepts of My law, They ...Hosea 8:1 -10:15 2 For Your Information: Israel is swallowed up (8:8): "This image vividly depicts the effects of Israel's foreign alliances, which drained the nation economically." - The Nelson Study Bible (1455) "They promised themselves plenty, peace, and victory, by worshipping idols, but their expectations came to nothing…Because you have rejected knowledge, I also will reject you from being My priest. Since you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children.". ( Hosea 4:6) "Harlotry, wine ...God was angry because Israel’s holidays became days of Baal (verse 11). God wanted people to rest on the *Sabbath. But this, too, became a holiday for eating (see Amos 8:5). Hosea comes back to the idea of a *prostitute. Hosea perhaps means that this is like the time in Exodus 32:2. Jun 15, 2022 · This is the principle of duplication. In Hosea 8:7, God says that Israel had planted wind and would harvest a whirlwind. Taking the “wind” to mean something worthless and foolish (see Job 7:7; Proverbs 11:29; and Ecclesiastes 1:14, 17 ), we can surmise that Israel’s foolishness in the past would result in a veritable storm of consequence. Jeremy Pierce (parableman) Francis Andersen and David Noel Freedman's 720-page AB (1980) is my favorite in-depth commentary from a more critical perspective. more. Ligonier Ministries (Keith Mathison) For those seeking an exhaustive commentary on Hosea, there is probably no better place to turn than Andersen and Freedman's massive 720 page ... Hosea sermon outline Bible Commentary Hosea 8 Posted on Mar 6, 2003 by Beyond Today Editor Estimated reading time: 6 minutes Israel's idolatry "Israel Has Forgotten His Maker" Here again we see the root cause of Israel's problems—their broken covenant with God (verse 1).8 Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure. 9 For they are gone up to Assyria , a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath hired lovers . 10 Yea, though they have hired among the nations , now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes . Hoshea - Hosea - Chapter 8. 1 To your palate a shophar: Like an eagle upon the house of the Lord, for they have transgressed My covenant and they have rebelled against My Law. To your palate a shophar: The Shechinah says to the prophet: Let the voice of your palate be heard, and call like a shophar, and say: You enemies! Hosea 8. Hosea 8 is the eighth chapter of the Book of Hosea in the Hebrew Bible or the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. [1] [2] This chapter contains the prophecies attributed to the prophet Hosea son of Beeri, about the impending destruction to Israel and Judah for their impiety and idolatry. [3] It is a part of the Book of the Twelve ... Certaine observations upon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses (London : printed for William Larner, at the Bible in Little-East-cheap, 1642) , by William Kiffin (HTML at EEBO TCP) Hosea 8:1 The exclamation in this verse, A trumpet to thy mouth, supersedes the necessity of supplying a verb. The alarm of war or of hostile invasion is to be sounded by the prophet at the command of Jehovah. The (1) trumpet is at once to be employed for the purpose. The rendering of both the Targum and SyriacHosea 8:1 " [Set] the trumpet to thy mouth. [He shall come] as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law.". "As an eagle": Literally a "vulture," Assyria was ready to descend quickly upon Israel to devour her (Deut. 28:49). "Trespassed against my law" (see ...Jan 26, 2020 · Hosea Bible Study (Unfailing Love) Hosea 13-14, God Will Heal You ... Hosea 8, Spiritual Delusion Brent Kercheville February 9, 2020 Hosea 6-7, Why We Are Not Healed ... Hosea was a young preacher in the nation of Israel, the northern kingdom, and he was a contemporary of the prophets Isaiah and Amos. He lived, as we are told in the first verse, during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (kings of Judah, the Southern Kingdom), and during the reign of Jeroboam, the son of Joash, the king of Israel. Hosea 12:7-8. In Hosea 12:7-8, God speaks directly to businessmen: "A cunning Canaanite [or merchant ]! Deceitful scales are in his hand; he loves to oppress. And Ephraim said, 'Surely I have become rich, I have found wealth for myself; in all my labors they shall find in me no iniquity that is sin.'". Here, the Israelite merchant brushes away ... The Pulpit Commentary Henry T. Robjohns 2011 Hosea, Joel J. J. Given 1909 Bulletin ... of Books Added to the Public Library of Detroit, Mich Detroit Public Library 1891 The Old Testament Student William Rainey Harper 1887 Vol. 8 includes New Testament supplement. The Pulpit Commentary H. D. M. Spence 1983 The Pulpit Commentary, Volume 8 Spence ... Hosea 8:1 " [Set] the trumpet to thy mouth. [He shall come] as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law.". "As an eagle": Literally a "vulture," Assyria was ready to descend quickly upon Israel to devour her (Deut. 28:49). "Trespassed against my law" (see ...1. ( Hos 8:1-6) Casting off God and embracing idols. "Set the trumpet to your mouth! He shall come like an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed My covenant and rebelled against My law. Israel will cry to Me, 'My God, we know You!'. Israel has rejected the good; the enemy will pursue him. 8 Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure. 9 For they are gone up to Assyria , a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath hired lovers . 10 Yea, though they have hired among the nations , now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes . 2. Despite the theme of these chapters, discuss the hope found in Hosea 10:12. Why did the Israelites have trouble embracing this hope (10:2)? Where is this hope anchored? (consider discussing Hosea 8:12) 3. While not all suffering comes from our sin, when we do sin, we reap the fruit of our labor, which is suffering (Hosea 8:13-14, 10:13-15). 8 Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure. 9 For they are gone up to Assyria , a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath hired lovers . 10 Yea, though they have hired among the nations , now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes . Perhaps the single element that holds together the various sins condemned in Hosea 8 is human self-reliance.The “eagle” in Hosea 8:1 is probably a vulture. A “[vulture] … over the house of the LORD” is a way of saying that Jerusalem is as good as dead: the carrion eaters are already gathering for their feast. The sin of Israel is here set forth, 1. In many general expressions (v. 1, 3, 12, 14). 2. In many particular instances; setting up kings without God (v. 4), setting up idols against God (v. 4-6, 11), and courting alliances with the neighbouring nations, (v. 8-10). 3.Apr 17, 2006 · Hosea 8:1. Masoretic Text: To your lips, a horn — like an eagle over the house of YHWH, because they have transgressed my covenant and rebelled against my law. Septuagint: Into their bosom like land, like an eagle upon the house of the Lord, because they have transgressed my covenant and acted wickedly against my law. Notes: Hosea 8:10. Yea, though they sue among the nations, now will I gather them, and they will begin to diminish on account of the burden of the king of the princes.”. Going to Assyria is defined still further in the third clause as suing for loves, i.e., for the favour and help of the Assyrians. Hosea 8:1 “ [Set] the trumpet to thy mouth. [He shall come] as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law.”. “As an eagle”: Literally a “vulture,” Assyria was ready to descend quickly upon Israel to devour her (Deut. 28:49). “Trespassed against my law” (see ... Hosea 8 This chapter, as that before, divides itself into the sins and punishments of Israel; every verse almost declares both, and all to bring them to repentance.Hosea 8. 1 Set the trumpet to thy mouth. He shall come as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law. 2 Israel shall cry unto me, My God, we know thee.. 3 Israel hath cast off the thing that is good: the enemy shall pursue him.. 4 They have set up kings, but not by me: they have made princes, and I knew it not: of their ...A. The Introduction to the Book of Hosea 1:1 B. The Prophetic Marriage of Hosea to Gomer 1:2--2:1 1. Hosea’s Marriage to Gomer 1:2 2. The Children of Hosea and Gomer 1:3-9 3. The Application of Future Restoration 1:10--2:1 C. The Application of the Adultery of Gomer2:2-23 1. Israel’s Sin of Spiritual Adultery 2:2-5 2. Judgment of God 2:6-13 3. Information on Hosea. Gene M. Tucker writes: "Both the general period of the prophet's activity and a number of his speeches can be dated with relative certainty. The book's superscription (1:1) locates Hosea in the reigns of certain kings of the eighth century B.C.. Rokycanské listy. This is a study guide commentary, which means that you are responsible for your own interpretation of the Bible. Each of us must walk in the light we have. ... (UPDATED) TEXT: HOSEA 8:11-14 11 Since Ephraim has multiplied altars for sin, They have become altars of sinning for him. 12 Though I wrote for him ten thousand precepts of My law, They ...In this commentary Old Testament scholar Bo Lim and theologian Daniel Castelo work together to help the church recover, read, and proclaim the prophetic book of Hosea in a way that is both faithful to its message and relevant to our contemporary context. Though the book of Hosea is rich with imagery and metaphor that can be difficult to interpret, Lim and Castelo show that, with its focus on ... The Pulpit Commentary Henry T. Robjohns 2011 Hosea, Joel J. J. Given 1909 Bulletin ... of Books Added to the Public Library of Detroit, Mich Detroit Public Library 1891 The Old Testament Student William Rainey Harper 1887 Vol. 8 includes New Testament supplement. The Pulpit Commentary H. D. M. Spence 1983 The Pulpit Commentary, Volume 8 Spence ... Jeremy Pierce (parableman) Francis Andersen and David Noel Freedman's 720-page AB (1980) is my favorite in-depth commentary from a more critical perspective. more. Ligonier Ministries (Keith Mathison) For those seeking an exhaustive commentary on Hosea, there is probably no better place to turn than Andersen and Freedman's massive 720 page ... 8 Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure. 9 For they are gone up to Assyria , a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath hired lovers . 10 Yea, though they have hired among the nations , now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes . Aug 03, 2010 · In this solid theological commentary on the book of Hosea, J. Andrew Dearman considers the prophetic figure's historical roots in the covenant traditions of ancient Israel, includes his own translation of the biblical text, and masterfully unpacks Hosea's poetic, metaphorical message of betrayal, judgment, and reconciliation. Hosea 8:10. Yea, though they sue among the nations, now will I gather them, and they will begin to diminish on account of the burden of the king of the princes.”. Going to Assyria is defined still further in the third clause as suing for loves, i.e., for the favour and help of the Assyrians. Hosea was a young preacher in the nation of Israel, the northern kingdom, and he was a contemporary of the prophets Isaiah and Amos. He lived, as we are told in the first verse, during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (kings of Judah, the Southern Kingdom), and during the reign of Jeroboam, the son of Joash, the king of Israel. Hosea 8 This chapter, as that before, divides itself into the sins and punishments of Israel; every verse almost declares both, and all to bring them to repentance.Hosea, though often referred to as the prophet of doom, is one of the Bible’s most profound illustrations of God’s love for his people and his promised redemption. These eight volumes represent some of the best studies on Hosea from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. You’ll get practical expositions of Hosea’s marriage to ... Jun 25, 2018 · Hosea A Handbook on the Hebrew Text Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible. by Eric J. Tully. Imprint: Baylor University Press. Sales Date: 2018-06-25. 380 Pages, 5.25 x ... The sin of Israel is here set forth, 1. In many general expressions (v. 1, 3, 12, 14). 2. In many particular instances; setting up kings without God (v. 4), setting up idols against God (v. 4-6, 11), and courting alliances with the neighbouring nations, (v. 8-10). 3. Nov 01, 2013 · Hosea’s book is the first of the Minor Prophets—the last 12 books of the Old Testament. When God had a message for the people, He gave his message through the prophets. These messages came in visions, oracles, dreams, parables, and the like. While most of the Minor Prophets were from the Southern Kingdom, Hosea was from the North and ... New Castle Bible Church in Mackinaw, IL is a thriving family of Christ followers from a variety of communities, walks of life, and seasons of faith. Growing deeper in love and relationship with Jesus is possible through solid, courageous biblical teaching. Reaching farther into local communities and throughout the world with love is a priority. Programs for all ages are available. Commentary on Hosea 8:11-14. It is a great sin to corrupt the worship of God, and will be charged as sin on all who do it, how plausible soever their excuses may seem to be. The Lord had caused his law to be written for them, but they cared not to know, and would not obey it. Man seems by the temples he builds to be mindful of his Maker, yet ... Hosea 8:1 The exclamation in this verse, A trumpet to thy mouth, supersedes the necessity of supplying a verb. The alarm of war or of hostile invasion is to be sounded by the prophet at the command of Jehovah. The (1) trumpet is at once to be employed for the purpose. The rendering of both the Targum and SyriacHosea 8 Inductive Bible Study and Questions - False Religion is Like Sowing Wind Outline I. Israel claimed to know God but practiced idolatry (1-6) II. Punishment is coming (7-10) III. The Israelites are religious sinners (11-14) I. Israel claimed to know God but practiced idolatry (1-6) Discussion QuestionsHosea 8 Inductive Bible Study and Questions - False Religion is Like Sowing Wind Outline I. Israel claimed to know God but practiced idolatry (1-6) II. Punishment is coming (7-10) III. The Israelites are religious sinners (11-14) I. Israel claimed to know God but practiced idolatry (1-6) Discussion QuestionsThe Pulpit Commentary Henry T. Robjohns 2011 Hosea, Joel J. J. Given 1909 Bulletin ... of Books Added to the Public Library of Detroit, Mich Detroit Public Library 1891 The Old Testament Student William Rainey Harper 1887 Vol. 8 includes New Testament supplement. The Pulpit Commentary H. D. M. Spence 1983 The Pulpit Commentary, Volume 8 Spence ... 2. Despite the theme of these chapters, discuss the hope found in Hosea 10:12. Why did the Israelites have trouble embracing this hope (10:2)? Where is this hope anchored? (consider discussing Hosea 8:12) 3. While not all suffering comes from our sin, when we do sin, we reap the fruit of our labor, which is suffering (Hosea 8:13-14, 10:13-15). Jan 26, 2020 · Hosea Bible Study (Unfailing Love) Hosea 13-14, God Will Heal You ... Hosea 8, Spiritual Delusion Brent Kercheville February 9, 2020 Hosea 6-7, Why We Are Not Healed ... Perhaps the single element that holds together the various sins condemned in Hosea 8 is human self-reliance.The “eagle” in Hosea 8:1 is probably a vulture. A “[vulture] … over the house of the LORD” is a way of saying that Jerusalem is as good as dead: the carrion eaters are already gathering for their feast. Commentary on Hosea 8:11-14. It is a great sin to corrupt the worship of God, and will be charged as sin on all who do it, how plausible soever their excuses may seem to be. The Lord had caused his law to be written for them, but they cared not to know, and would not obey it. Man seems by the temples he builds to be mindful of his Maker, yet ... The Pulpit Commentary Henry T. Robjohns 2011 Hosea, Joel J. J. Given 1909 Bulletin ... of Books Added to the Public Library of Detroit, Mich Detroit Public Library 1891 The Old Testament Student William Rainey Harper 1887 Vol. 8 includes New Testament supplement. The Pulpit Commentary H. D. M. Spence 1983 The Pulpit Commentary, Volume 8 Spence ... Hosea 8 This chapter, as that before, divides itself into the sins and punishments of Israel; every verse almost declares both, and all to bring them to repentance. Hosea, though often referred to as the prophet of doom, is one of the Bible’s most profound illustrations of God’s love for his people and his promised redemption. These eight volumes represent some of the best studies on Hosea from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. You’ll get practical expositions of Hosea’s marriage to ... Watch our overview video on the book of Hosea, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In this book, Hosea accuses Israel ... Hosea 8. 1 Set the trumpet to thy mouth. He shall come as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law. 2 Israel shall cry unto me, My God, we know thee.. 3 Israel hath cast off the thing that is good: the enemy shall pursue him.. 4 They have set up kings, but not by me: they have made princes, and I knew it not: of their ...This is a study guide commentary, which means that you are responsible for your own interpretation of the Bible. Each of us must walk in the light we have. ... (UPDATED) TEXT: HOSEA 8:11-14 11 Since Ephraim has multiplied altars for sin, They have become altars of sinning for him. 12 Though I wrote for him ten thousand precepts of My law, They ...Aug 03, 2010 · In this solid theological commentary on the book of Hosea, J. Andrew Dearman considers the prophetic figure's historical roots in the covenant traditions of ancient Israel, includes his own translation of the biblical text, and masterfully unpacks Hosea's poetic, metaphorical message of betrayal, judgment, and reconciliation. Hosea 8:1 “ [Set] the trumpet to thy mouth. [He shall come] as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law.”. “As an eagle”: Literally a “vulture,” Assyria was ready to descend quickly upon Israel to devour her (Deut. 28:49). “Trespassed against my law” (see ... A fascinating commentary on one of the most difficult of the Old Testament prophets. ... Hosea 8:1–14 Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind (pp. 131-148) Certaine observations upon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses (London : printed for William Larner, at the Bible in Little-East-cheap, 1642) , by William Kiffin (HTML at EEBO TCP) Commentary on Hosea by John Calvin, 1509-1564. Table of Contents. About This Book. Title Page. ... Chapter 8 Chapter 9. Chapter 10. Chapter 11. Chapter 12. Chapter 13 ... The crops (if there are any, cf. Hos. 8:7, lines c,d) that Israel had thanked Ba'al for would not be enjoyed by others (i.e., Assyrians). NASB (UPDATED) TEXT: HOSEA 8:8-10 8 Israel is swallowed up; They are now among the nations Like a vessel in which no one delights. 9 For they have gone up to Assyria, Like a wild donkey all alone; Hsa 8:1-7 The reproofs and threatenings here are introduced with an order to the prophet to set the trumpet to his mouth ( v. 1 ), thus to call a solemn assembly, that all might take notice of what he had to deliver and take warning by it. He must sound an alarm, must, in God's name, proclaim war with this rebellious nation.A fascinating commentary on one of the most difficult of the Old Testament prophets. ... Hosea 8:1–14 Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind (pp. 131-148) CalvaryTruths.com ccTheHarvest.com Jesus loves you! Pastor Chuck Smith teaches us a Bible Study on "Sowing and Reaping, Hosea 8:7" Information on Hosea. Gene M. Tucker writes: "Both the general period of the prophet's activity and a number of his speeches can be dated with relative certainty. The book's superscription (1:1) locates Hosea in the reigns of certain kings of the eighth century B.C.. Rokycanské listy. Hosea sermon outline Mar 04, 2008 · Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (8:1-11:11) Having delivered God’s opening complaints against His people, Hosea goes on to record some specific charges that the Lord has against them. It can be readily seen that Israel’s rampant infidelity is on a collision course with the reality of judgment, even though the Lord has an unending ... Hosea 8:1. Masoretic Text: To your lips, a horn — like an eagle over the house of YHWH, because they have transgressed my covenant and rebelled against my law. ... Commentary: The directive to prepare to blow the horn evidently is to be understood as meaning to sound an alarm. In the Hebrew text, the second person suffix, meaning "your ...Jul 25, 2022 · But in fact they do not come out of “nowhere” in Hosea 1 nor does the return to parental compassion come from out of “nowhere” in Hosea 11. Where it comes from is the heart of God. As noted last week, Abraham Heschel did masterful work years ago in reminding us that despite all the caricatures of how different the God of the Hebrews is ... Hosea 8:1 “ [Set] the trumpet to thy mouth. [He shall come] as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law.”. “As an eagle”: Literally a “vulture,” Assyria was ready to descend quickly upon Israel to devour her (Deut. 28:49). “Trespassed against my law” (see ... Aug 03, 2010 · In this solid theological commentary on the book of Hosea, J. Andrew Dearman considers the prophetic figure's historical roots in the covenant traditions of ancient Israel, includes his own translation of the biblical text, and masterfully unpacks Hosea's poetic, metaphorical message of betrayal, judgment, and reconciliation. Mar 06, 2003 · Continued disobedience has removed Israel farther and farther away from God—to a point where, Hosea says, "Israel has forgotten his Maker" ( Hosea 8:14 Hosea 8:14For Israel has forgotten his Maker, and builds temples; and Judah has multiplied fenced cities: but I will send a fire on his cities, and it shall devour the palaces thereof. Watch our overview video on the book of Hosea, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In this book, Hosea accuses Israel ... Benson Commentary Hosea 8:1. Set the trumpet to thy mouth — The Vulgate renders it, In guttere tuo sit tuba; that is, Let thy throat, or mouth, sound like a trumpet. God speaks in these words, says Grotius, to the prophet, and commands him to proclaim, with a very loud voice, both the sins of the people, and the evils about to come upon them.Hsa 8:1-7 The reproofs and threatenings here are introduced with an order to the prophet to set the trumpet to his mouth ( v. 1 ), thus to call a solemn assembly, that all might take notice of what he had to deliver and take warning by it. He must sound an alarm, must, in God's name, proclaim war with this rebellious nation.1. ( Hos 8:1-6) Casting off God and embracing idols. "Set the trumpet to your mouth! He shall come like an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed My covenant and rebelled against My law. Israel will cry to Me, 'My God, we know You!' Israel has rejected the good; the enemy will pursue him.8 Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure. 9 For they are gone up to Assyria , a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath hired lovers . 10 Yea, though they have hired among the nations , now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes . Hsa 8:1-7 The reproofs and threatenings here are introduced with an order to the prophet to set the trumpet to his mouth ( v. 1 ), thus to call a solemn assembly, that all might take notice of what he had to deliver and take warning by it. He must sound an alarm, must, in God's name, proclaim war with this rebellious nation.Watch our overview video on the book of Hosea, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In this book, Hosea accuses Israel ... The book of Hosea is most famous for God’s command to Hosea to marry a lady who would later betray him. Hosea had to enter a covenant with her and commit himself to her, even knowing what she would become. The marriage picture of Hosea’s faithfulness and unconditional love, contrasted with Gomer’s treachery is a powerful depiction of God ... The echo of that holy Law which Israel had wantonly broken and disobeyed occurs in every other line of Hosea's entire writing. As Ralph Smith observed: Chapter 8 is a summary of Israel's sins, especially related to covenant breaking, in which those who "sow the wind reap the whirlwind." [1] Hosea 8:1. Masoretic Text: To your lips, a horn — like an eagle over the house of YHWH, because they have transgressed my covenant and rebelled against my law. ... Commentary: The directive to prepare to blow the horn evidently is to be understood as meaning to sound an alarm. In the Hebrew text, the second person suffix, meaning "your ...Jan 26, 2020 · Hosea Bible Study (Unfailing Love) Hosea 13-14, God Will Heal You ... Hosea 8, Spiritual Delusion Brent Kercheville February 9, 2020 Hosea 6-7, Why We Are Not Healed ... Commentary on Hosea 8:11-14. It is a great sin to corrupt the worship of God, and will be charged as sin on all who do it, how plausible soever their excuses may seem to be. The Lord had caused his law to be written for them, but they cared not to know, and would not obey it. Man seems by the temples he builds to be mindful of his Maker, yet ... Hoshea - Hosea - Chapter 8. 1 To your palate a shophar: Like an eagle upon the house of the Lord, for they have transgressed My covenant and they have rebelled against My Law. To your palate a shophar: The Shechinah says to the prophet: Let the voice of your palate be heard, and call like a shophar, and say: You enemies! Perhaps the single element that holds together the various sins condemned in Hosea 8 is human self-reliance.The “eagle” in Hosea 8:1 is probably a vulture. A “[vulture] … over the house of the LORD” is a way of saying that Jerusalem is as good as dead: the carrion eaters are already gathering for their feast. The echo of that holy Law which Israel had wantonly broken and disobeyed occurs in every other line of Hosea's entire writing. As Ralph Smith observed: Chapter 8 is a summary of Israel's sins, especially related to covenant breaking, in which those who "sow the wind reap the whirlwind." [1] Perhaps the single element that holds together the various sins condemned in Hosea 8 is human self-reliance.The “eagle” in Hosea 8:1 is probably a vulture. A “[vulture] … over the house of the LORD” is a way of saying that Jerusalem is as good as dead: the carrion eaters are already gathering for their feast. Mar 06, 2003 · Continued disobedience has removed Israel farther and farther away from God—to a point where, Hosea says, "Israel has forgotten his Maker" ( Hosea 8:14 Hosea 8:14For Israel has forgotten his Maker, and builds temples; and Judah has multiplied fenced cities: but I will send a fire on his cities, and it shall devour the palaces thereof. Jun 15, 2022 · This is the principle of duplication. In Hosea 8:7, God says that Israel had planted wind and would harvest a whirlwind. Taking the “wind” to mean something worthless and foolish (see Job 7:7; Proverbs 11:29; and Ecclesiastes 1:14, 17 ), we can surmise that Israel’s foolishness in the past would result in a veritable storm of consequence. Hoshea - Hosea - Chapter 8. 1 To your palate a shophar: Like an eagle upon the house of the Lord, for they have transgressed My covenant and they have rebelled against My Law. To your palate a shophar: The Shechinah says to the prophet: Let the voice of your palate be heard, and call like a shophar, and say: You enemies! Commentary on Hosea by John Calvin, 1509-1564. Table of Contents. About This Book. Title Page. ... Chapter 8 Chapter 9. Chapter 10. Chapter 11. Chapter 12. Chapter 13 ... Benson Commentary Hosea 8:1. Set the trumpet to thy mouth — The Vulgate renders it, In guttere tuo sit tuba; that is, Let thy throat, or mouth, sound like a trumpet. God speaks in these words, says Grotius, to the prophet, and commands him to proclaim, with a very loud voice, both the sins of the people, and the evils about to come upon them.Jun 05, 2013 · Ø Hosea’s Messages of Warning (4:1-14:9) Message of Hosea. Ø Hosea’s marriage is a picture of God’s relationship to Israel. Ø The book is an exploration of the tension between God’s love for his covenant people and the need to punish their covenantal unfaithfulness. Message of Hosea. Ø Repeated Cycle: o Describing ... The Pulpit Commentary Henry T. Robjohns 2011 Hosea, Joel J. J. Given 1909 Bulletin ... of Books Added to the Public Library of Detroit, Mich Detroit Public Library 1891 The Old Testament Student William Rainey Harper 1887 Vol. 8 includes New Testament supplement. The Pulpit Commentary H. D. M. Spence 1983 The Pulpit Commentary, Volume 8 Spence ... Jul 25, 2022 · But in fact they do not come out of “nowhere” in Hosea 1 nor does the return to parental compassion come from out of “nowhere” in Hosea 11. Where it comes from is the heart of God. As noted last week, Abraham Heschel did masterful work years ago in reminding us that despite all the caricatures of how different the God of the Hebrews is ... More Hosea commentaries. Hosea 5:1-15 The Day of Rebuke. Hosea 6:1-11 A Call to Repentance. Hosea 7:1-16 The Heartlessness of The People. Hosea 8:1-14 Israel Rejects The Lord. Hosea 9:1-17 Israel Will Be Punished. Hosea 10:1-15 The Lord Promises to Punish Israel. Hosea 11:1-12 God’s Continuing Love For Israel Hosea, though often referred to as the prophet of doom, is one of the Bible’s most profound illustrations of God’s love for his people and his promised redemption. These eight volumes represent some of the best studies on Hosea from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. You’ll get practical expositions of Hosea’s marriage to ... Jul 25, 2022 · But in fact they do not come out of “nowhere” in Hosea 1 nor does the return to parental compassion come from out of “nowhere” in Hosea 11. Where it comes from is the heart of God. As noted last week, Abraham Heschel did masterful work years ago in reminding us that despite all the caricatures of how different the God of the Hebrews is ... This is a study guide commentary, which means that you are responsible for your own interpretation of the Bible. Each of us must walk in the light we have. ... (UPDATED) TEXT: HOSEA 8:11-14 11 Since Ephraim has multiplied altars for sin, They have become altars of sinning for him. 12 Though I wrote for him ten thousand precepts of My law, They ...CalvaryTruths.com ccTheHarvest.com Jesus loves you! Pastor Chuck Smith teaches us a Bible Study on "Sowing and Reaping, Hosea 8:7" HOSEA 8 COMME TARY EDITED BY GLE PEASE Israel to Reap the Whirlwind 1 "Put the trumpet to your lips! An eagle is over the house of the Lord because the people have broken my covenant and rebelled against my law. BAR ES, "The trumpet to thy mouth! - So God bids the prophet Isaiah, "Cry aloud, spare not, llft up thy voice like a trumpet" Isa_58:1.Enduring Word Bible Commentary Hosea Chapter 8 Hosea 8 - Sow the Wind, Reap the Whirlwind A. Sowing idolatry, reaping exile. 1. (1-6) Casting off God and embracing idols. "Set the trumpet to your mouth! He shall come like an eagle against the house of the LORD, Because they have transgressed My covenant And rebelled against My law.New Castle Bible Church in Mackinaw, IL is a thriving family of Christ followers from a variety of communities, walks of life, and seasons of faith. Growing deeper in love and relationship with Jesus is possible through solid, courageous biblical teaching. Reaching farther into local communities and throughout the world with love is a priority. Programs for all ages are available. Mar 04, 2008 · Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (8:1-11:11) Having delivered God’s opening complaints against His people, Hosea goes on to record some specific charges that the Lord has against them. It can be readily seen that Israel’s rampant infidelity is on a collision course with the reality of judgment, even though the Lord has an unending ... Jan 26, 2020 · Hosea Bible Study (Unfailing Love) Hosea 13-14, God Will Heal You ... Hosea 8, Spiritual Delusion Brent Kercheville February 9, 2020 Hosea 6-7, Why We Are Not Healed ... Hosea 8 This chapter, as that before, divides itself into the sins and punishments of Israel; every verse almost declares both, and all to bring them to repentance.A fascinating commentary on one of the most difficult of the Old Testament prophets. ... Hosea 8:1–14 Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind (pp. 131-148) Nov 01, 2013 · Hosea’s book is the first of the Minor Prophets—the last 12 books of the Old Testament. When God had a message for the people, He gave his message through the prophets. These messages came in visions, oracles, dreams, parables, and the like. While most of the Minor Prophets were from the Southern Kingdom, Hosea was from the North and ... Watch our overview video on the book of Hosea, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In this book, Hosea accuses Israel ... Perhaps the single element that holds together the various sins condemned in Hosea 8 is human self-reliance.The “eagle” in Hosea 8:1 is probably a vulture. A “[vulture] … over the house of the LORD” is a way of saying that Jerusalem is as good as dead: the carrion eaters are already gathering for their feast. John Gill’s Exposition of the Bible. This chapter treats of the sins and punishment of Israel for them, as the preceding; it is threatened and proclaimed that an enemy should come swiftly against them, because of their transgression of the covenant and law of God, Hosea 8:1; their hypocrisy is exposed, Hosea 8:2; they are charged with the ... Benson Commentary Hosea 8:1. Set the trumpet to thy mouth — The Vulgate renders it, In guttere tuo sit tuba; that is, Let thy throat, or mouth, sound like a trumpet. God speaks in these words, says Grotius, to the prophet, and commands him to proclaim, with a very loud voice, both the sins of the people, and the evils about to come upon them.God was angry because Israel’s holidays became days of Baal (verse 11). God wanted people to rest on the *Sabbath. But this, too, became a holiday for eating (see Amos 8:5). Hosea comes back to the idea of a *prostitute. Hosea perhaps means that this is like the time in Exodus 32:2. New Castle Bible Church in Mackinaw, IL is a thriving family of Christ followers from a variety of communities, walks of life, and seasons of faith. Growing deeper in love and relationship with Jesus is possible through solid, courageous biblical teaching. Reaching farther into local communities and throughout the world with love is a priority. Programs for all ages are available. 8 Israel is swallowed up: now shall they be among the Gentiles as a vessel wherein [is] no pleasure. 9 For they are gone up to Assyria , a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath hired lovers . 10 Yea, though they have hired among the nations , now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes . The sin of Israel is here set forth, 1. In many general expressions (v. 1, 3, 12, 14). 2. In many particular instances; setting up kings without God (v. 4), setting up idols against God (v. 4-6, 11), and courting alliances with the neighbouring nations, (v. 8-10). 3.Chapter 8 is a summary of Israel's sins, especially related to covenant breaking, in which those who "sow the wind reap the whirlwind." 1 But this chapter actually takes up no new theme; it is really a continuation of the sad lament and prophecy of forthcoming destruction which is the unique theme of the entire prophecy.HOSEA 8 COMME TARY EDITED BY GLE PEASE Israel to Reap the Whirlwind 1 "Put the trumpet to your lips! An eagle is over the house of the Lord because the people have broken my covenant and rebelled against my law. BAR ES, "The trumpet to thy mouth! - So God bids the prophet Isaiah, "Cry aloud, spare not, llft up thy voice like a trumpet" Isa_58:1.Jul 25, 2022 · But in fact they do not come out of “nowhere” in Hosea 1 nor does the return to parental compassion come from out of “nowhere” in Hosea 11. Where it comes from is the heart of God. As noted last week, Abraham Heschel did masterful work years ago in reminding us that despite all the caricatures of how different the God of the Hebrews is ... Hoshea - Hosea - Chapter 8. 1 To your palate a shophar: Like an eagle upon the house of the Lord, for they have transgressed My covenant and they have rebelled against My Law. To your palate a shophar: The Shechinah says to the prophet: Let the voice of your palate be heard, and call like a shophar, and say: You enemies! A. The Introduction to the Book of Hosea 1:1 B. The Prophetic Marriage of Hosea to Gomer 1:2--2:1 1. Hosea’s Marriage to Gomer 1:2 2. The Children of Hosea and Gomer 1:3-9 3. The Application of Future Restoration 1:10--2:1 C. The Application of the Adultery of Gomer2:2-23 1. Israel’s Sin of Spiritual Adultery 2:2-5 2. Judgment of God 2:6-13 3. Jun 05, 2013 · Ø Hosea’s Messages of Warning (4:1-14:9) Message of Hosea. Ø Hosea’s marriage is a picture of God’s relationship to Israel. Ø The book is an exploration of the tension between God’s love for his covenant people and the need to punish their covenantal unfaithfulness. Message of Hosea. Ø Repeated Cycle: o Describing ... Certaine observations upon Hosea the second the 7. & 8. verses (London : printed for William Larner, at the Bible in Little-East-cheap, 1642) , by William Kiffin (HTML at EEBO TCP) Hosea, though often referred to as the prophet of doom, is one of the Bible’s most profound illustrations of God’s love for his people and his promised redemption. These eight volumes represent some of the best studies on Hosea from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. You’ll get practical expositions of Hosea’s marriage to ... Jun 25, 2018 · Hosea A Handbook on the Hebrew Text Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible. by Eric J. Tully. Imprint: Baylor University Press. Sales Date: 2018-06-25. 380 Pages, 5.25 x ... Hosea, though often referred to as the prophet of doom, is one of the Bible’s most profound illustrations of God’s love for his people and his promised redemption. These eight volumes represent some of the best studies on Hosea from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. You’ll get practical expositions of Hosea’s marriage to ... Hosea 8:1 " [Set] the trumpet to thy mouth. [He shall come] as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law.". "As an eagle": Literally a "vulture," Assyria was ready to descend quickly upon Israel to devour her (Deut. 28:49). "Trespassed against my law" (see ...The echo of that holy Law which Israel had wantonly broken and disobeyed occurs in every other line of Hosea's entire writing. As Ralph Smith observed: Chapter 8 is a summary of Israel's sins, especially related to covenant breaking, in which those who "sow the wind reap the whirlwind." [1]Bible Commentary Hosea 8 Posted on Mar 6, 2003 by Beyond Today Editor Estimated reading time: 6 minutes Israel's idolatry "Israel Has Forgotten His Maker" Here again we see the root cause of Israel's problems—their broken covenant with God (verse 1).The echo of that holy Law which Israel had wantonly broken and disobeyed occurs in every other line of Hosea's entire writing. As Ralph Smith observed: Chapter 8 is a summary of Israel's sins, especially related to covenant breaking, in which those who "sow the wind reap the whirlwind." [1] Hosea 8. Hosea 8 is the eighth chapter of the Book of Hosea in the Hebrew Bible or the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. [1] [2] This chapter contains the prophecies attributed to the prophet Hosea son of Beeri, about the impending destruction to Israel and Judah for their impiety and idolatry. [3] It is a part of the Book of the Twelve ... By commanding Hosea to take… a wife of harlotry, God will put Hosea in the place where he feels what God feels - and it won't feel good. iii. "We cannot say that God grieves exactly as we grieve, if only because He controls all things and always works them out in accordance with His own good pleasure.Hosea 8:1 The exclamation in this verse, A trumpet to thy mouth, supersedes the necessity of supplying a verb. The alarm of war or of hostile invasion is to be sounded by the prophet at the command of Jehovah. The (1) trumpet is at once to be employed for the purpose. The rendering of both the Targum and Syriac God was angry because Israel’s holidays became days of Baal (verse 11). God wanted people to rest on the *Sabbath. But this, too, became a holiday for eating (see Amos 8:5). Hosea comes back to the idea of a *prostitute. Hosea perhaps means that this is like the time in Exodus 32:2. The book of Hosea is most famous for God's command to Hosea to marry a lady who would later betray him. Hosea had to enter a covenant with her and commit himself to her, even knowing what she would become. The marriage picture of Hosea's faithfulness and unconditional love, contrasted with Gomer's treachery is a powerful depiction of God ...This indicates that Hosea lived in the middle to late eighth century BC (755–715 BC), making him a contemporary of the prophets Isaiah and Micah. Hosea directed the early portion of his prophetic warnings to Jeroboam II, a descendant of the house of Jehu whose son, Zechariah, would soon come to ruin (Hosea 1:4; 2 Kings 15:8–12). The echo of that holy Law which Israel had wantonly broken and disobeyed occurs in every other line of Hosea's entire writing. As Ralph Smith observed: Chapter 8 is a summary of Israel's sins, especially related to covenant breaking, in which those who "sow the wind reap the whirlwind." [1] New Castle Bible Church in Mackinaw, IL is a thriving family of Christ followers from a variety of communities, walks of life, and seasons of faith. Growing deeper in love and relationship with Jesus is possible through solid, courageous biblical teaching. Reaching farther into local communities and throughout the world with love is a priority. Programs for all ages are available. 2: Perspectives on Unfaithful Israel (Hosea 5:1-15) 2: Perspectives on Unfaithful Israel (Hosea 6:1-7:16) 3: Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (Hosea 8:1-8:14) 3: Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (Hosea 9:1-9:17) 3: Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (Hosea 10:1-10:15) 3: Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ...1. ( Hos 8:1-6) Casting off God and embracing idols. "Set the trumpet to your mouth! He shall come like an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed My covenant and rebelled against My law. Israel will cry to Me, 'My God, we know You!'. Israel has rejected the good; the enemy will pursue him. A fascinating commentary on one of the most difficult of the Old Testament prophets. ... Hosea 8:1–14 Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind (pp. 131-148) Commentary on Hosea by John Calvin, 1509-1564. Table of Contents. About This Book. Title Page. ... Chapter 8 Chapter 9. Chapter 10. Chapter 11. Chapter 12. Chapter 13 ... 1. ( Hos 8:1-6) Casting off God and embracing idols. "Set the trumpet to your mouth! He shall come like an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed My covenant and rebelled against My law. Israel will cry to Me, 'My God, we know You!' Israel has rejected the good; the enemy will pursue him.Hosea, though often referred to as the prophet of doom, is one of the Bible’s most profound illustrations of God’s love for his people and his promised redemption. These eight volumes represent some of the best studies on Hosea from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. You’ll get practical expositions of Hosea’s marriage to ... Hosea 8. 1 Set the trumpet to thy mouth. He shall come as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law. 2 Israel shall cry unto me, My God, we know thee.. 3 Israel hath cast off the thing that is good: the enemy shall pursue him.. 4 They have set up kings, but not by me: they have made princes, and I knew it not: of their ...Commentary on Hosea 8:11-14. It is a great sin to corrupt the worship of God, and will be charged as sin on all who do it, how plausible soever their excuses may seem to be. The Lord had caused his law to be written for them, but they cared not to know, and would not obey it. Man seems by the temples he builds to be mindful of his Maker, yet ... This is a study guide commentary, which means that you are responsible for your own interpretation of the Bible. Each of us must walk in the light we have. ... (UPDATED) TEXT: HOSEA 8:11-14 11 Since Ephraim has multiplied altars for sin, They have become altars of sinning for him. 12 Though I wrote for him ten thousand precepts of My law, They ...Mar 04, 2008 · Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (8:1-11:11) Having delivered God’s opening complaints against His people, Hosea goes on to record some specific charges that the Lord has against them. It can be readily seen that Israel’s rampant infidelity is on a collision course with the reality of judgment, even though the Lord has an unending ... Hosea 8. 1 Set the trumpet to thy mouth. He shall come as an eagle against the house of the LORD, because they have transgressed my covenant, and trespassed against my law. 2 Israel shall cry unto me, My God, we know thee.. 3 Israel hath cast off the thing that is good: the enemy shall pursue him.. 4 They have set up kings, but not by me: they have made princes, and I knew it not: of their ... empire blue cross blue shield essential planneko atsume guidenumber 1 flea market hoursr15 to r6 script pastebin