Hosea Bible QuizPurpose: To explain that the turmoil of the Northern Kingdom was God's just judgment leading to exile and to assure God's people that a great restoration would take place after the exile. Date: c. Key Truths: God is a jealous husband and his people are his bride. God shows great kindness to his people, but they turn against him. God will punish his people for flagrant violations of his covenant. God will never utterly forsake his people, but will restore them to the blessings of covenant life with him.
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And it shall come to pass at that day, that I will break the bow of Israel in the valley of Jezreel". Are you in Love Quiz. Note 2: God will give us things we ask, though they may be bad for us -- just because we ask Him to death. The thing God commanded Hosea to do must have caused him to revolt in every fiber of his being, but Hosea did not demur-he obeyed explicitly.
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The Minor Prophetic Books are no less important than the others, but get their names because of their length - they are all shorter than the other prophetic books. Hosea lived in the Northern Kingdom of Israel during a prosperous time, but the Israelites had fallen into idolatry and wickedness. In only a short time the kingdom would fall to the Assyrians. Hosea tells the people that they will be punished by God, but because of God's faithfulness, He would in time restore them. You've had your free 15 questions for today.
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It seems that everyone is talking about it: newspapers, magazines, the Internet—everyone is focusing on the difficult times that are engulfing the world. Suicide is dramatically on the rise worldwide, as people are overwhelmed with financial and moral issues that seem hopeless. Through the ancient prophets, the same God who spoke to Abraham and Moses face to face is speaking to us today. The writer of Hebrews reminds us that the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is the same yesterday, today, and forever, and Timothy is reminded by Paul that all Scripture again referring to the Old Testament was given by God 2 Tim. The Apostle Peter reminds us that the words of the holy prophets are trustworthy and should be adhered to, especially as the day of the Lord approaches 2 Pet. Scoffers will come, he says, who reject the infallibility of the Bible and teach false doctrine. The only defense against these deceivers, Peter says, is to compare their words to those spoken by the prophets.