Podcasts about Hosea

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Copy link to clipboard

Biblical character

  • 3,806PODCASTS
  • 9,024EPISODES
  • 34mAVG DURATION
  • 6DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Jan 21, 2022LATEST
Hosea

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about Hosea

Show all podcasts related to hosea

Latest podcast episodes about Hosea

Jesus In All Of The Bible
Hosea 1: God's Adulterous Wife

Jesus In All Of The Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 5:10


This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 1. In this passage, God tells Hosea to marry a promiscuous woman as a living picture of his relationship with Israel. God's people have been unfaithful, and God will use Hosea to prove it to them. As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 1, we see that Jesus is the good husband who does everything necessary to marry his adulterous bride. For more information about Spoken Gospel visit: https://www.spokengospel.com We believe the only path to transformative Bible engagement is to see Jesus and his gospel wherever you are in the story. Jesus taught that he can be seen on every page of the Bible. Only by seeing the light of the Gospel in the face of Jesus can we be transformed into his image (2 Cor. 3:18, 4:6). We want to help people engage with every corner of the Bible in a transformative way. To that end, we are making Christ-centered, devotional podcasts that cover every chapter of the Bible. They are brief field guides through every passage of scripture that explain each chapter within its context and how it reveals more about the good news of Jesus. The Gospel changes things. Through our resources, we hope to create growing, deepening, and transforming Bible engagement that reshapes individuals, churches, and cultures with the Gospel. And we hope that you will join us in that mission.

Christian Apologetics Research Ministry
Matt Slick Live 01-19-2022

Christian Apologetics Research Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 48:00


Open calls, questions, and discussion with guest host Luke Wayne LIVE in the studio. Topics include---1- Will Jews who reject Christ go to hell---2- Was Mary Magdaline a prostitute---3- How was it right for Hosea to marry a prostitute---4- In John 8, why was it only the woman who was going to be punished---5- Is Calvinism apostate---6- A caller struggled with grieving the loss of a loved one who was mentally delayed and probably couldn't understand the gospel.--7- Is the sin nature passed down from the father or mother or both- If Mary was not without sin, how did Jesus not inherit her sin---8- A caller is struggling with losing their mother last month.--9- Is the statement -God hates sin but loves the sinner.- biblical---10- Is KJV Onlyism a cult-

The Bible Recap
Day 020 (Genesis 25-26) - Year 4

The Bible Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 9:23


SHOW NOTES:  - All the info you need to START is on our website! Seriously, go there. - Join our PATREON community for bonus perks! - Get your TBR merch - Show credits   FROM TODAY'S PODCAST: - Acts 17:11 - Romans 8 - Psalm 116 - Hosea 11 - Credits   SOCIALS: The Bible Recap: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter D-Group: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter TLC: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter D-GROUP: The Bible Recap is brought to you by D-Group - an international network of discipleship and accountability groups that meet weekly in homes and churches: Find or start one near you today!

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast
#137: Redeeming Love with Francine Rivers

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 29:19


This week on Real Talk with Rachael I'm talking with New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers about her book and new movie Redeeming Love. Francine has published numerous novels—all bestsellers—and she has continued to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe. Her novels have been awarded or nominated for many honors, and in 1997, after winning her third RITA Award for inspirational fiction, Francine was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. In 2015, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW). Francine's novels have been translated into over 30 different languages, and she enjoys bestseller status in many foreign countries. She and her husband enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren. Key Points from Our Conversation: Redeeming Love is based on the book of Hosea in which the Lord tells Hosea to marry a prostitute. Although she resists, he continues to pursue her. It's a picture of God's love for His people. The world thinks of love as a feeling, but feelings are fleeting. Love is action. God's love is constant and it never fails, but it's up to us to choose to accept it.  The main takeaway of Redeeming Love is God's unrelenting love for us.  Take your non-Christian friends to see this movie and use it as a conversation starter about Christ. And if you can, read the book before you see it.  Resources Mentioned: Redeeming Love book Redeeming Love movie Connect with Francine: website | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook

People's Church
Think Like A Winner | Herbert Cooper - Audio

People's Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 33:58


1 Corinthians 9:24 Don’t you realize that in a race everyone runs, but only one person gets the prize? So run to win! (NLT) Proverbs 23:7 For as he thinks in his heart, so is he. “Eat and drink!” he says to you, But his heart is not with you (NKJV) Hosea 4:6 my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge. “Because you have rejected knowledge, I also reject you as my priests; because you have ignored the law of your God, I also will ignore your children. (NIV) 4 Strategies To Thinking Like A Winner 1. You must identify unhealthy thought patterns 1. Doubting thoughts James 1:6-8 But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind.  7  That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord.  8  Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do. (NIV) 2. Anxious and worried thoughts Philippians 4:6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. (NIV) 3. Critical thoughts Matthew 9:3-4 At this, some of the teachers of the law said to themselves, “This fellow is blaspheming!” 4  Knowing their thoughts, Jesus said, “Why do you entertain evil thoughts in your hearts? (NIV) 4. Sinful thoughts Romans 8:6 So letting your sinful nature control your mind leads to death. But letting the Spirit control your mind leads to life and peace. (NLT) 5. Selfish thoughts James 3:16 For where you have envy and selfish ambition, there you find disorder and every evil practice. (NIV) 2. Capture unhealthy thoughts 2 Corinthians 10:5   We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. (NIV) 3. Renew unhealthy thoughts Romans 12:2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. (NIV) 4. Set your thinking on healthy thoughts Romans 8:5 Those who live according to the flesh have their minds set on what the flesh desires; but those who live in accordance with the Spirit have their minds set on what the Spirit desires. (NIV) Colossians 3:2   Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. (NIV) Philippians 4:8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. (NIV)

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
In the Wedding: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 3:00


Readings: Isaiah 62:1–5 Psalm 96:1–3, 7–10 1 Corinthians 12:4–11 John 2:1–12 Think of these first weeks after Christmas as a season of “epiphanies.” The liturgy is showing us who Jesus is and what He has revealed about our relationship with God. Last week and the week before, the imagery was royal and filial—Jesus is the newborn king of the Jews who makes us coheirs of Israel's promise, beloved children of God. Last week in the liturgy we went to a baptism. This week we're at a wedding. We're being shown another dimension of our relationship with God. If we're sons and daughters of God, it's because we've married into the family. Have you ever wondered why the Bible begins and ends with a wedding—Adam and Eve's in the garden and the marriage supper of the Lamb (compare Genesis 2:23–24 and Revelation 19:9; 21:9; 22:17)? Throughout the Bible, marriage is the symbol of the covenant relationship God desires with His chosen people. He is the groom, humanity His beloved and sought after bride. We see this reflected beautifully in today's First Reading. When Israel breaks the covenant, she is compared to an unfaithful spouse (see Jeremiah 2:20–36; 3:1–13). But God promises to take her back, to “espouse” her to Him forever in an everlasting covenant (see Hosea 2:18–22). That's why in today's Gospel Jesus performs His first public “sign” at a wedding feast. Jesus is the divine bridegroom (see John 3:29), calling us to His royal wedding feast (see Matthew 22:1–14). By His New Covenant, He will become “one flesh” with all humanity in the Church (see Ephesians 5:21–33). By our baptism, each of us has been betrothed to Christ as a bride to a husband (see 2 Corinthians 11:2). The new wine that Jesus pours out at today's feast is the gift of the Holy Spirit given to His bride and body, as today's Epistle says. This is the “salvation” announced to the “families of nations” in today's Psalm.

Christ Church Carbondale
Hosea 7: "Sins Revisited"

Christ Church Carbondale

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 54:06


Hosea 7: "Sins Revisited" by Christ Church Carbondale

Pull Up And Thrive with Stephen Capps
How To Kick Butt In 2022! How Having An Offence For Your Business Changes Everything!

Pull Up And Thrive with Stephen Capps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 22:20


Did 2020 kick your butt? Are you doing everything you know to do, and you still can't make it over the hump or solve the problem we call business? In this episode, Stephen speaks to the 5 challenges that will make any business owner frustrated. Hosea 4:6 My people are destroyed for the lack of knowledge.Episode 11 Whos' Driving The Business Anyways?1-Answer these questions- How do I want to be paid? 2-Put it in writing3- Change orders 4- You have to charge enough.5- Do the work that you want to do.1 on 1 coaching with StephenFacebook

Redeemer Weekend Sermons
Wait • A Message on Psalm 40

Redeemer Weekend Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 22:19


WaitJanuary 2, 2022Teacher: Daniel Bunn—Psalm 40:1–5 NIVI waited patiently for the Lord; he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand. He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear the Lord and put their trust in him. Blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, who does not look to the proud, to those who turn aside to false gods. Many, Lord my God, are the wonders you have done, the things you planned for us. None can compare with you; were I to speak and tell of your deeds, they would be too many to declare.Hosea 12:6 NRSVBut as for you, return to your God, hold fast to love and justice and wait continually for your God.Psalm 37:34 NRSVWait for the Lord and keep to his way. And he will exalt you to inherit the land.John 9:24–25 NIVA second time they summoned the man who had been blind. “Give glory to God by telling the truth,” they said. “We know this man is a sinner.”He replied, “Whether he is a sinner or not, I don't know. One thing I do know. I was blind but now I see!”

Point Loma Community Church Podcast
Relentless Love: "Say What?"

Point Loma Community Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 19:29


This week, we are beginning a new series in the book of Hosea called Relentless Love. Pastor Karla explores the first chapter of this minor prophet. God asks Hosea to do the unthinkable to show us that the depth of our betrayal is not even close to the boundless love of God. Passage: Hosea 1 We now have three worship opportunities for you to experience. We have our Sanctuary Service ("blended") at 9am. Our Online Service begins at 9:30am at pointlomachurch.org. And our Chapel Service ("modern") starts at 10:30am. Please consider joining us for one of these services.  To find and explore the exciting opportunities for people to get involved in what God is doing within our community, please visit our website at www.pointlomachurch.org.  For event happenings: http://pointlomachurch.org/connect/events/ To register for any event: http://pointlomachurch.org/register If you would like to give to the ministry: http://pointlomachurch.org/give/ Music in this podcast by Marc Shaw

Hogares De Pacto
Enero 1: Leyendo y escudriñando las Escrituras.

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 5:38


January 1: Reading and scrutinizing the Scriptures.We are going to begin a new journey in the spiritual growth of our souls. There is a very strong biblical verse in the book of Hosea that says: "My people perish for lack of knowledge." It is vital that we acquire more knowledge of the Word of God, because the growth of faith on this depends . "Faith comes from hearing the Word of God." The Word makes us wiser and will free us from many pains caused by bad habits that we don't know we have to change, or hidden sins that we are not aware that we are committing. That is why the apostle Paul recommended to Timothy that he constantly learn and study the Bible, in 2 Timothy 3:14-17 he says: "But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, knowing from whom you have learned them, and that from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.”There is a phrase that my grandfather and pastor learned from a book that is a biblical commentary and constantly repeated: "Read the Bible to be wise, believe it to be saved, practice it to be holy." But there is a big difference between reading it, studying it and scrutinizing it. When you scrutinize it, it means that you read it, study it, and embrace it with the attitude of someone who is hungry and thirsty for God.When a person scrutinizes a thing, he concentrates on it and pays attention to its details. Looking at a photograph is not the same as scrutinizing it. By scrutinizing, you look for items that may go unnoticed with the naked eye. That is why scrutinizing requires time, since it is not an action that can be carried out in a hurry.As we studied Psalm 119, you will be able to remember the words of the psalmist who always longed to hear, memorize and put into practice God's laws. He knew that there is the source of life. In the scriptures we learn how to live righteously and godly on earth, how to be successful in everything we do; it contains practical advice on how to live and coexist in harmony in your home, it helps to be able to resolve conflicts with our neighbors. It also prepares us to walk in the holy way of God in the midst of an unjust world full of traps from the enemy to make us fall, dirty our souls and separate us from God. But if you have the Word in your heart and you hold it as holding a lamp in the dark, in order to reach the race and say as Paul said in 2 Timothy 4:7-8: “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing.”That is why this year we are going to begin with a special section of this devotional. Before continuing to study a new book of the Bible, Pastor Carlos Rodríguez felt in his heart to teach us during the next 40 days several strategies to be able to search the Scriptures effectively. There are 6 methods, and we are going to share these very effective methods for you to develop the study of the Bible and to obtain the best possible knowledge every time you read the Bible. Tomorrow we will explain what these methods consist of, and how the order will be to follow these methods. Just prepare the materials that are a notebook and a pencil. Also access to the internet so you can see a video explaining the subject. It is one video per week, and I will accompany you every day through this audio devotional, explaining how to carry out the study for that day. After 40 days you will feel completely sure that you will understand the Word of God much better. Tomorrow we go with the explanation of the 40-day campaign. I am your friend and brother Eduardo Rodríguez. May the Lord Jesus give you much wisdom to study the Scriptures.===========================================Enero 1: Leyendo y escudriñando las Escrituras.Vamos a comenzar una nueva jornada en el crecimiento espiritual de nuestras almas. Hay un verso bíblico en el libro de Oseas muy fuerte que dice: "mi pueblo pereció por falta de conocimiento". Es vital que adquiramos más conocimiento de la Palabra de Dios, porque de esto depende el crecimiento de la fe. "La fe viene por oír la Palabra de Dios." La Palabra nos hace más sabios y nos librará de muchos dolores causados por malos hábitos que no sabemos que tenemos que cambiar, o de pecados ocultos que no somos conscientes que estamos cometiendo. Es por eso que el apóstol Pablo le recomendó a Timoteo que aprenda y estudie constantemente la Biblia, en 2 Timoteo 3:14-17 dice: "Pero persiste tú en lo que has aprendido y te persuadiste, sabiendo de quién has aprendido; y que desde la niñez has sabido las Sagradas Escrituras, las cuales te pueden hacer sabio para la salvación por la fe que es en Cristo Jesús. Toda la Escritura es inspirada por Dios, y útil para enseñar, para redargüir, para corregir, para instruir en justicia, a fin de que el hombre de Dios sea perfecto, enteramente preparado para toda buena obra."Hay una frase que mi abuelo y pastor aprendió de un libro que es un comentario bíblico y la repetía constantemente: “Lea la Biblia para que sea sabio, créala para que sea salvo, practíquela para que sea santo.” Pero hay una gran diferencia entre leerla, estudiarla y escudriñarla. Cuando la escudriñas significa que la lees, la estudias y la adoptas con una actitud de alguien que tiene hambre y sed de Dios.Cuando una persona escudriña una cosa, se concentra en ella y presta atención a sus detalles. No es lo mismo mirar una fotografía que escudriñarla. Al escudriñar, se buscan elementos que pueden pasar desapercibidos a simple vista. Por eso escudriñar requiere de tiempo, ya que no es una acción que puede desarrollarse de forma apurada.Cuando estudiamos el Salmo 119, podrás recordar las palabras del salmista que anhelaba siempre escuchar, memorizar y poner en práctica las leyes de Dios. Él sabía que ahí está la fuente de vida. En las Escrituras aprendemos a cómo vivir justa y piadosamente en la tierra, cómo ser exitoso en todo lo que hacemos; contiene consejos prácticos para vivir y convivir en armonía en tu hogar, ayuda a poder resolver conflictos con nuestro prójimo. También nos prepara para caminar en el camino santo de Dios en medio de un mundo injusto y lleno de trampas del enemigo para hacernos caer, ensuciar nuestra alma y separarnos de Dios. Pero si tienes la Palabra en tu corazón y la retienes como sosteniendo una lámpara en la oscuridad, para poder llegar a la meta y decir como dijo Pablo en 2 Timoteo 4:7-8: “He peleado la buena batalla, he acabado la carrera, he guardado la fe. Por lo demás, me está guardada la corona de justicia, la cual me dará el Señor, juez justo, en aquel día; y no solo a mí, sino también a todos los que aman su venida.” Esa es la razón por la que este año vamos a comenzar con una sección especial de este devocional. Antes de seguir estudiando un nuevo libro de la Biblia, el pastor Carlos Rodríguez ha sentido en su corazón enseñarnos durante los próximos 40 días varias estrategias para poder escudriñar las Escrituras de forma efectiva. Son 6 métodos, y nos va a compartir estos métodos muy eficaces para que tú desarrolles el estudio de la Biblia y puedas obtener el mayor conocimiento posible cada vez que leas la Biblia. Mañana vamos a explicar en qué consiste estos métodos, y cómo va a ser el orden para seguir estos métodos. Solamente ve preparando los materiales que son un cuaderno y un lápiz. También acceso a internet para que veas un vídeo explicando el tema. Es un vídeo por semana, y yo les acompañaré todos los días por medio de este devocional en audio, explicándoles cómo realizar el estudio de ese día. Después de los 40 días te sentirás completamente seguro de que vas a entender mucho mejor la Palabra de Dios. Mañana vamos con la explicación de la campaña de 40 días. Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor Jesús te dé mucha sabiduría para estudiar las Escrituras.#40diasescrituras #escudriñando #HogaresDePacto #KingdomChurch #IglesiaElReino #IPUH #PastorCarlos #CarlosRodriguez#EduardoRodriguez #PoderCaster

FANTLINE WISDOM/ BLACK FACTS/ 5-10 MIN WITH MARVIN
THE BLACK EMPERORS OF ROME PT 1 / FANTLINE

FANTLINE WISDOM/ BLACK FACTS/ 5-10 MIN WITH MARVIN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 23:03


The bible says my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Hosea 4:6 and there is definitely a lack of knowledge concerning black history. Marvin Fant speaks of 7 black emperors of Rome, starting with three in this episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

WISDOM FOR YOUR WALK
Why Nations Get Bad Leaders

WISDOM FOR YOUR WALK

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 6:29


Hosea 4:6,96 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.9 And there shall be, like people, like priest: and I will punish them for their ways, and reward them their doings.

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 14 - God Redeemed Us

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 8:30


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

Grace Christian Fellowship
Bad News, Hard News, Mixed News, and Good News | Matthew 1:20-22

Grace Christian Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021


Series: The Sovereign King ArrivesTitle: “Bad news, Hard news, Mixed news, and Good news”Scripture: Matthew 1:20-22; 2:13-23; Rev 11:15-12:5(Commentary helps listed at the end)Bottom line: We maintain hope through bad news by keeping our eyes on the prizeINTRODUCTIONNews. We all read it, watch it, and groan about it. Because most of it is bad. How do we not just lose hope in a sea of bad news? We keep our eyes on the prize and press on until we find and rest in the good news.OUTLINEOn Christmas Eve we saw that Joseph's perspective on the news that Mary is pregnant and this changes everything including that Joseph obediently leads Mary and Jesus as God leads. (1:18-23) Today we continue through Matthew and learn more about how Joseph led his family well to keep their eyes on the prize and press on.The prize: Your son Jesus will save his people from their sin. (Matt 1:21)I. Bad News: Reasons (Refugees flee) for the trip:Flee the wrath of Herod (13-14): Joseph warned in a dream that Herod will try to kill Jesus.Fulfill words of Hosea (15): Hosea foretold trip to Egypt. cf. Hosea 11:1 “Jesus inaugurates the New exodus” -PlattII. Hard News: Retaliation (Herod retaliates) during the trip:Purge of Herod (16): He kills all the male babies in Bethlehem in an attempt to eliminate Jesus.Prophecy of Jeremiah (17-18): The OT prophet predicted the Bethlehem massacre (Jeremiah 31:15)“Jesus ends the mournful exile” -PlattIII. Mixed News: Return (Refugees return) from the trip:First dream (19-21): Joseph is told that Herod is now dead and that he should depart from Egypt with his family.Second dream (22-23): Joseph is told that he should dwell in Nazareth.IV. Good News: Revelation (God delivers) trip (Rev 12:1-5):Jesus was delivered (by Mary and the Father)We were delivered (by the Lord)We join the Lord in delivering others (by the Lord)CONCLUSIONBottom line: We maintain hope through bad news by keeping our eyes on the prizeTransition:One of the things Jesus commanded us to do was to remember the cross through the Lord's supper.Lord's Supper, 1 Corinthians 11:17-32“For I received from the Lord what I also passed on to you: The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, “This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way, after supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this, whenever you drink it, in remembrance of me.” For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes.”‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭11:23-26‬ ‭NIV‬‬ https://bible.com/bible/111/1co.11.23-26.NIVLet me invite you to do 3 things:Invited them to accept Christ.Invited them to join a group.Invited them to give.Text me at 843-830-2464 as needed.-Pastor DarienLord's SupperExplainReadConfessGo out into the mission fieldPray.Other notesPlatt:I. Jesus inaugurates the new exodus.II. Jesus ends the mournful exile.III. Jesus loves his fiercest enemies.Osbourne:I. Out of Egypt 2:13-15; Hosea 11:1; Matt 3:17II. Return from Exile 2:16-18; Jeremiah 31:15-16; 33-34III. The Branch for the Nations 2:19-23; Isaiah 11:1, 10MAIN COMMENTARY HELP:Exalting Jesus in Matthew by David PlattPreaching the Word: Matthew commentary by Douglas Sean OsbourneESV Global Study BibleBible in One Year by Nicky GumbelBible Knowledge CommentaryThe Outline Bible, WilmingtonGospel Transformation BibleNIV Study BibleJesus Through Middle-eastern Eyes, Kenneth Bailey

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 13 - O Death, Where is Your Sting?

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 11:02


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

Wrath on SermonAudio
Hosea:Spiritual Adultery

Wrath on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 28:00


A new MP3 sermon from Antioch Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Hosea:Spiritual Adultery Subtitle: Books of the Bible Speaker: Brance Gillihan Broadcaster: Antioch Reformed Baptist Church Event: Midweek Service Date: 12/15/2021 Bible: Hosea 1-14 Length: 28 min.

Idolatry on SermonAudio
Hosea:Spiritual Adultery

Idolatry on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 28:00


A new MP3 sermon from Antioch Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Hosea:Spiritual Adultery Subtitle: Books of the Bible Speaker: Brance Gillihan Broadcaster: Antioch Reformed Baptist Church Event: Midweek Service Date: 12/15/2021 Bible: Hosea 1-14 Length: 28 min.

Books on SermonAudio
Hosea:Spiritual Adultery

Books on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 28:00


A new MP3 sermon from Antioch Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Hosea:Spiritual Adultery Subtitle: Books of the Bible Speaker: Brance Gillihan Broadcaster: Antioch Reformed Baptist Church Event: Midweek Service Date: 12/15/2021 Bible: Hosea 1-14 Length: 28 min.

Church at the Cross
Contending for Renewal

Church at the Cross

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 40:40


“Come, let us return to the Lord; for he has torn us, that he may heal us; he has struck us down, and he will bind us up. 2  After two days he will revive us; on the third day he will raise us up, that we may live before him. 3  Let us know; let us press on to know the Lord; his going out is sure as the dawn; he will come to us as the showers, as the spring rains that water the earth.” 4  What shall I do with you, O Ephraim? What shall I do with you, O Judah? Your love is like a morning cloud, like the dew that goes early away. 5  Therefore I have hewn them by the prophets; I have slain them by the words of my mouth, and my judgment goes forth as the light. 6  For I desire steadfast love and not sacrifice, the knowledge of God rather than burnt offerings. (Hosea 6:1–6) ESV What blocks Renewal? "Their concern was for healing rather than cleansing. They wanted God to make things right in their nation, but they did not come with broken hearts and surrendered wills. They wanted happiness but not holiness. They wanted a change in circumstances but not a change in character. They wanted rescue from their situation but not deliverance from their sins. - Warren Wiersbe What Catalyzes Renewal?   9 As Jesus passed on from there, he saw a man called Matthew sitting at the tax booth, and he said to him, “Follow me.” And he rose and followed him. 10 And as Jesus reclined at table in the house, behold, many tax collectors and sinners came and were reclining with Jesus and his disciples. 11 And when the Pharisees saw this, they said to his disciples, “Why does your teacher eat with tax collectors and sinners?” 12 But when he heard it, he said, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. 13 Go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy, and not sacrifice.' For I came not to call the righteous, but sinners.”  (Matthew 9:9-13) ESV "Halfhearted Christians are the most miserable people of all. They know enough to feel guilty but they haven't gone far enough in Christ to be happy"- Ray Ortland How do we Contend for Renewal? Prepare in the Hidden Place Delight in Discipleship   O Ephraim, what have I to do with idols? It is I who answer and look after you. I am like an evergreen cypress; from me comes your fruit. (Ho 14:8).  I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing. (Jn 15:5) ESV Patiently play your part  

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 12 - Wait Continually For Your God

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 7:36


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

Christ Church Carbondale
Hosea 5-6 Andy Claud

Christ Church Carbondale

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 45:18


Hosea 5-6 Andy Claud by Christ Church Carbondale

Anthem Church
Episode 268: The Story of Hosea

Anthem Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 29:15


Salt Company Associate Director, Than Drage, shares his on favorite passage from Hosea 1-3.

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 10 - The Blessings in Our Lives

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 8:40


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 9 - Our Need for a Savior

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 9:03


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - January Start
Day 359: 20 Proverbs 20-21; 28 Hosea 9-14; 29 Joel 1-3; 19 Psalms119 89-176; 59 James 4-5; 1 Peter 1-5

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - January Start

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 70:20


20 Proverbs 20-21; 28 Hosea 9-14; 29 Joel 1-3; 19 Psalms119 89-176; 59 James 4-5; 1 Peter 1-5

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 8 - Have You Pushed God Too Far?

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 8:15


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

The Bridge Christian Podcast (Audio)
Christmas Eve Service 2021 "Remembering Christmas" John 1:1-14

The Bridge Christian Podcast (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 34:06


Christmas Eve 2021 "Remembering Christmas" John 1:1-14 A special Christmas teaching from The Bridge Christian Fellowship Whidbey Island from the book of John by Pastor Rick Crawford. References: • Mark 1:1 • Luke 2:6-20 • Genesis 35:19-21 • Micah 4:8 • Revelation 5:12 • Matthew 1:22-25 • Isaiah 7:14 • Matthew 2:6 • Micah 5:2 • Matthew 2:14-15 • Numbers 24:8 • Hosea 11:1 • Matthew 2:18 • Jeremiah 31:15 • Matthew 2:23 • Isaiah 11:1 • Philemon 2:6-8 • 1 Timothy 3:16 • Matthew 4:16 • Isaiah 9:2 • John 8:12 • Genesis 1:3 • Matthew 24:12 • Isaiah 65:17-18

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - January Start
Day 358: 20 Proverbs 18-19; 27 Daniel 11-12; 28 Hosea 1-8; 19 Psalms 111-118; 58 Hebrews 12-13; 59 James 1-3

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - January Start

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 70:12


20 Proverbs 18-19; 27 Daniel 11-12; 28 Hosea 1-8; 19 Psalms 111-118; 58 Hebrews 12-13; 59 James 1-3

Simply Stories Podcast
Episode 112 :: Beth Wayland :: Simply Advent : Emmanuel, God With Us, Through the Ministry of Presence

Simply Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 63:35


Today I have the absolute pleasure of sharing my conversation with the wonderful Beth Wayland. Beth has been in relational ministry for a very long time first with Campus Crusade for Christ, which is now called CRU and for the last five years she has been working with a ministry she founded called WITH where she ministers to those working in churches, para church ministries and more. Beth is a woman who is deeply passionate about caring for people's hearts where they are, and especially pressing into places where the pain is intense, relationships may be struggling, and people may not totally know where they belong in the Christian space. From that same space, Beth is both honest (and hilarious) in sharing insights from her journey as a single woman in her 40's, as well as walking out her experience of finding a place in the Church again after some deep hurt.  Beth is the perfect person to speak into the darkest week of the year, but also herald the process of the Light coming. Jesus came to practice the ministry of presence in each of our unique seasons, and we need to look at how Jesus was with people in tumultuous seasons, including His own birth in Bethlehem. When we look. When we practice healthy curiosity, the results can be truly breathtaking, and life changing. She also provides some incredible questions for us to ponder where we are in our thought process, our pain, and even some practical things that she's worked through in her relationship with the Lord and with others that I really believe can minister to many in this season.  Friend, I hope as you walk into your Christmas weekend, that you take a deep breath. Wherever you are, you are not alone. Whether for the first time, or for the 50th time, I hope that you are able to take a moment to consider the incredible audacity of God becoming limited and small and vulnerable, the God man. It just overwhelms me with awe and gratitude when I think about Christ coming to be with us down here… meeting messy people where they are, getting to the core of people's broken hearts… what a wild and loving God who would do such a thing. And that is why we celebrate Christmas. He came down to become like you, to show you compassion and empathy, to show you how to love others, no matter how different you are. And then, he paid the ultimate price for you. He took on sin and death, and won. By His death that He chose, His burial that entombed the curse that had held the Earth in its grip for so long, and then He was resurrected, totally 100% alive, and through His sacrifice, all of it, we too now get to be 100% alive. The book of Hebrews tells us that Jesus is our great High Priest who can sympathize with our weaknesses, our struggles and our sufferings. He knows that life is hard. Jesus said “in this world you will have trouble, but take heart for He has overcome the world.” The Light of the world came to overpower the world of darkness. And He has, friend. Take heart. And Merry Christmas. You matter, and your story matters.    Connecting with Beth: Facebook Instagram Website  *Check out her Events page to see information about her Soul Care Retreat and her Rest in the Wrestle Retreat  Episode Sponsor: Hopefuel Facebook  Instagram Link to shop SIMPLY15 for 15% off your purchase References:  -”curse of the bambino” -Jackie Hill Perry's post on singleness -Dr. Larry Crabb -Campus Crusade (now CRU) -”Is He Worthy?” - Andrew Peterson  -Fleming Rutledge- “Advent begins in the dark” -”shalom”- wholeness, salvation -The Samaritan community that still lives in Jerusalem  -Tara Leigh Cobble's Bible Recap book and podcast  -Mount Gerizim, not Mount Moriah :)  -Twelve Extraordinary Women by John MacArthur  -David Whyte- honesty is a fear of facing what's inside of us  -C.S Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien's friendship  -Biola seminary program  Scripture References: Ephesians 6:12-We are not at war with flesh and blood  Lamentations 3:19-25, James 1:2-4, 1 Peter 1:6-Seeing hope and suffering in the same verses Mark 4:38-the disciples asking do you even care if we drown John 20:19-29-the disciples are hiding  John 20:19-21-first thing that Jesus says to them is “peace” Luke 10:25-37 -The Good Samaritan story  2 Chronicles 10-13-The fractured kingdom of Israel, where it starts  Acts 1:8-The great commission and Samaria  Jeremiah 21-27-They all go into exile ultimately  Zechariah 14:4-Where we believe Jesus will return (on the Mount of Olives) John 4-The Samaritan Woman / Women at the Well  Matthew 22:36-40-, Luke 10:25-37-The greatest commandment  Hosea 2:14 - “I will lure her into the dessert and speak tenderly to her there.” Matthew 4:1-11, Luke 4:1- -The Holy Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness  Psalm 139:23-24-search me and know me God  The book of Psalms (video from Bible Project) Philippians 4:8-Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is lovely  Jeremiah 31:31-34,Ezekiel 36:24-28-We have been given a new covenant heart  1 John 4:19, Galatians 5:22-23 -We have been given a capacity to love  Acts 2 - the Holy Spirit comes  The Book of Acts (also, feel free to enjoy this Bible Project video)  John 21:20-22 -Peter asking about John, while Jesus is literally telling him He'll be the head of the Church Hebrews 4:14-16- Jesus is our great High Priest who can sympathize with our weaknesses John 16:33 -Jesus said “in this world you will have trouble, but take heart for He has overcome the world.”  John 1:5-The Light of the world came to overpower the world of darkness.  Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog  *Intro and Outro music is from audionautix.com

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 7 - Where Do We Look for Help?

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 6:57


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 6 - Let Us Return to the Lord

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 8:41


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project
ADDBIBLE® Hosea 5 - Seek the Lord

ADDBIBLE: Audio Daily Devotion by The Ezra Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 8:30


Hear a passage, understand the passage, apply it to your life, all in about 10 minutes a day with ADDBIBLE®, Audio Daily Devotions from The Ezra Project.

Living in the Light with Laura Leigh
Scripture Reading // There is Hope in Jesus

Living in the Light with Laura Leigh

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 1:47


Listen in for a scripture reading from the following passages: Hosea 2:15 NIV Isaiah 41:10 NIV 2 Peter 3:9 NIV 2 Corinthians 4:7 NIV May these scriptures remind you that the God of all hope is with you and He loves you. May this short listen encourage you today to believe that there is hope in the name of Jesus. He is making all things new, and the parts of your story that feel hopeless, our God sent His Son to redeem.

Sojourn Church New Albany Sermons
Midweek Updates: Midweek Checkup December 22, 2021 - Bobby Gilles

Sojourn Church New Albany Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


Lindsey Blair and Bobby Gilles recap and discuss Jonah Sage's sermon from Hosea 6. Speaker: Bobby Gilles

Cornerstone Wylie Sermons
Sunday School: Hosea (Dec 19)

Cornerstone Wylie Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


Sunday SchoolSeries: HoseaTeacher: Rob Dorman Permalink

The Bible Study Podcast
#742 - Hosea 14 – Repentance

The Bible Study Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 9:28


This episode is part 13 in a study of the book of Hosea. God pictures a different future from the destruction that Israel is heading towards. Think how good things will be... if you repent.

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year
December 18: Hosea 10–14; Psalm 138; 2 Peter 1–3

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 20:36


Old Testament: Hosea 10–14 Hosea 10–14 (Listen) 10   Israel is a luxuriant vine    that yields its fruit.  The more his fruit increased,    the more altars he built;  as his country improved,    he improved his pillars.2   Their heart is false;    now they must bear their guilt.  The LORD1 will break down their altars    and destroy their pillars. 3   For now they will say:    “We have no king,  for we do not fear the LORD;    and a king—what could he do for us?”4   They utter mere words;    with empty2 oaths they make covenants;  so judgment springs up like poisonous weeds    in the furrows of the field.5   The inhabitants of Samaria tremble    for the calf3 of Beth-aven.  Its people mourn for it, and so do its idolatrous priests—    those who rejoiced over it and over its glory—    for it has departed4 from them.6   The thing itself shall be carried to Assyria    as tribute to the great king.5  Ephraim shall be put to shame,    and Israel shall be ashamed of his idol.6 7   Samaria's king shall perish    like a twig on the face of the waters.8   The high places of Aven, the sin of Israel,    shall be destroyed.  Thorn and thistle shall grow up    on their altars,  and they shall say to the mountains, “Cover us,”    and to the hills, “Fall on us.” 9   From the days of Gibeah, you have sinned, O Israel;    there they have continued.    Shall not the war against the unjust7 overtake them in Gibeah?10   When I please, I will discipline them,    and nations shall be gathered against them    when they are bound up for their double iniquity. 11   Ephraim was a trained calf    that loved to thresh,    and I spared her fair neck;  but I will put Ephraim to the yoke;    Judah must plow;    Jacob must harrow for himself.12   Sow for yourselves righteousness;    reap steadfast love;    break up your fallow ground,  for it is the time to seek the LORD,    that he may come and rain righteousness upon you. 13   You have plowed iniquity;    you have reaped injustice;    you have eaten the fruit of lies.  Because you have trusted in your own way    and in the multitude of your warriors,14   therefore the tumult of war shall arise among your people,    and all your fortresses shall be destroyed,  as Shalman destroyed Beth-arbel on the day of battle;    mothers were dashed in pieces with their children.15   Thus it shall be done to you, O Bethel,    because of your great evil.  At dawn the king of Israel    shall be utterly cut off. The Lord's Love for Israel 11   When Israel was a child, I loved him,    and out of Egypt I called my son.2   The more they were called,    the more they went away;  they kept sacrificing to the Baals    and burning offerings to idols. 3   Yet it was I who taught Ephraim to walk;    I took them up by their arms,    but they did not know that I healed them.4   I led them with cords of kindness,8    with the bands of love,  and I became to them as one who eases the yoke on their jaws,    and I bent down to them and fed them. 5   They shall not9 return to the land of Egypt,    but Assyria shall be their king,    because they have refused to return to me.6   The sword shall rage against their cities,    consume the bars of their gates,    and devour them because of their own counsels.7   My people are bent on turning away from me,    and though they call out to the Most High,    he shall not raise them up at all. 8   How can I give you up, O Ephraim?    How can I hand you over, O Israel?  How can I make you like Admah?    How can I treat you like Zeboiim?  My heart recoils within me;    my compassion grows warm and tender.9   I will not execute my burning anger;    I will not again destroy Ephraim;  for I am God and not a man,    the Holy One in your midst,    and I will not come in wrath.10 10   They shall go after the LORD;    he will roar like a lion;  when he roars,    his children shall come trembling from the west;11   they shall come trembling like birds from Egypt,    and like doves from the land of Assyria,    and I will return them to their homes, declares the LORD.12   11 Ephraim has surrounded me with lies,    and the house of Israel with deceit,  but Judah still walks with God    and is faithful to the Holy One.12   Ephraim feeds on the wind    and pursues the east wind all day long;  they multiply falsehood and violence;    they make a covenant with Assyria,    and oil is carried to Egypt. The Lord's Indictment of Israel and Judah 2   The LORD has an indictment against Judah    and will punish Jacob according to his ways;    he will repay him according to his deeds.3   In the womb he took his brother by the heel,    and in his manhood he strove with God.4   He strove with the angel and prevailed;    he wept and sought his favor.  He met God12 at Bethel,    and there God spoke with us—5   the LORD, the God of hosts,    the LORD is his memorial name:6   “So you, by the help of your God, return,    hold fast to love and justice,    and wait continually for your God.” 7   A merchant, in whose hands are false balances,    he loves to oppress.8   Ephraim has said, “Ah, but I am rich;    I have found wealth for myself;  in all my labors they cannot find in me iniquity or sin.”9   I am the LORD your God    from the land of Egypt;  I will again make you dwell in tents,    as in the days of the appointed feast. 10   I spoke to the prophets;    it was I who multiplied visions,    and through the prophets gave parables.11   If there is iniquity in Gilead,    they shall surely come to nothing:  in Gilgal they sacrifice bulls;    their altars also are like stone heaps    on the furrows of the field.12   Jacob fled to the land of Aram;    there Israel served for a wife,    and for a wife he guarded sheep.13   By a prophet the LORD brought Israel up from Egypt,    and by a prophet he was guarded.14   Ephraim has given bitter provocation;    so his Lord will leave his bloodguilt on him    and will repay him for his disgraceful deeds. The Lord's Relentless Judgment on Israel 13   When Ephraim spoke, there was trembling;    he was exalted in Israel,    but he incurred guilt through Baal and died.2   And now they sin more and more,    and make for themselves metal images,  idols skillfully made of their silver,    all of them the work of craftsmen.  It is said of them,    “Those who offer human sacrifice kiss calves!”3   Therefore they shall be like the morning mist    or like the dew that goes early away,  like the chaff that swirls from the threshing floor    or like smoke from a window. 4   But I am the LORD your God    from the land of Egypt;  you know no God but me,    and besides me there is no savior.5   It was I who knew you in the wilderness,    in the land of drought;6   but when they had grazed,13 they became full,    they were filled, and their heart was lifted up;    therefore they forgot me.7   So I am to them like a lion;    like a leopard I will lurk beside the way.8   I will fall upon them like a bear robbed of her cubs;    I will tear open their breast,  and there I will devour them like a lion,    as a wild beast would rip them open. 9   He destroys14 you, O Israel,    for you are against me, against your helper.10   Where now is your king, to save you in all your cities?    Where are all your rulers—  those of whom you said,    “Give me a king and princes”?11   I gave you a king in my anger,    and I took him away in my wrath. 12   The iniquity of Ephraim is bound up;    his sin is kept in store.13   The pangs of childbirth come for him,    but he is an unwise son,  for at the right time he does not present himself    at the opening of the womb. 14   I shall ransom them from the power of Sheol;    I shall redeem them from Death.15  O Death, where are your plagues?    O Sheol, where is your sting?    Compassion is hidden from my eyes. 15   Though he may flourish among his brothers,    the east wind, the wind of the LORD, shall come,    rising from the wilderness,  and his fountain shall dry up;    his spring shall be parched;  it shall strip his treasury    of every precious thing.16   16 Samaria shall bear her guilt,    because she has rebelled against her God;  they shall fall by the sword;    their little ones shall be dashed in pieces,    and their pregnant women ripped open. A Plea to Return to the Lord 14   Return, O Israel, to the LORD your God,    for you have stumbled because of your iniquity.2   Take with you words    and return to the LORD;  say to him,    “Take away all iniquity;  accept what is good,    and we will pay with bulls    the vows17 of our lips.3   Assyria shall not save us;    we will not ride on horses;  and we will say no more, ‘Our God,'    to the work of our hands.  In you the orphan finds mercy.” 4   I will heal their apostasy;    I will love them freely,    for my anger has turned from them.5   I will be like the dew to Israel;    he shall blossom like the lily;    he shall take root like the trees of Lebanon;6   his shoots shall spread out;    his beauty shall be like the olive,    and his fragrance like Lebanon.7   They shall return and dwell beneath my18 shadow;    they shall flourish like the grain;  they shall blossom like the vine;    their fame shall be like the wine of Lebanon. 8   O Ephraim, what have I to do with idols?    It is I who answer and look after you.19  I am like an evergreen cypress;    from me comes your fruit. 9   Whoever is wise, let him understand these things;    whoever is discerning, let him know them;  for the ways of the LORD are right,    and the upright walk in them,    but transgressors stumble in them. Footnotes [1] 10:2 Hebrew He [2] 10:4 Or vain (see Exodus 20:7) [3] 10:5 Or calves [4] 10:5 Or has gone into exile [5] 10:6 Or to King Jareb [6] 10:6 Or counsel [7] 10:9 Hebrew the children of injustice [8] 11:4 Or humaneness; Hebrew man [9] 11:5 Or surely [10] 11:9 Or into the city [11]

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year
December 17: Hosea 6–9; Psalm 137; 1 Peter 3–5

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 17:05


Old Testament: Hosea 6–9 Hosea 6–9 (Listen) Israel and Judah Are Unrepentant 6   “Come, let us return to the LORD;    for he has torn us, that he may heal us;    he has struck us down, and he will bind us up.2   After two days he will revive us;    on the third day he will raise us up,    that we may live before him.3   Let us know; let us press on to know the LORD;    his going out is sure as the dawn;  he will come to us as the showers,    as the spring rains that water the earth.” 4   What shall I do with you, O Ephraim?    What shall I do with you, O Judah?  Your love is like a morning cloud,    like the dew that goes early away.5   Therefore I have hewn them by the prophets;    I have slain them by the words of my mouth,    and my judgment goes forth as the light.6   For I desire steadfast love1 and not sacrifice,    the knowledge of God rather than burnt offerings. 7   But like Adam they transgressed the covenant;    there they dealt faithlessly with me.8   Gilead is a city of evildoers,    tracked with blood.9   As robbers lie in wait for a man,    so the priests band together;  they murder on the way to Shechem;    they commit villainy.10   In the house of Israel I have seen a horrible thing;    Ephraim's whoredom is there; Israel is defiled. 11   For you also, O Judah, a harvest is appointed.   When I restore the fortunes of my people,7   when I would heal Israel,    the iniquity of Ephraim is revealed,    and the evil deeds of Samaria,  for they deal falsely;    the thief breaks in,    and the bandits raid outside.2   But they do not consider    that I remember all their evil.  Now their deeds surround them;    they are before my face.3   By their evil they make the king glad,    and the princes by their treachery.4   They are all adulterers;    they are like a heated oven  whose baker ceases to stir the fire,    from the kneading of the dough    until it is leavened.5   On the day of our king, the princes    became sick with the heat of wine;    he stretched out his hand with mockers.6   For with hearts like an oven they approach their intrigue;    all night their anger smolders;    in the morning it blazes like a flaming fire.7   All of them are hot as an oven,    and they devour their rulers.  All their kings have fallen,    and none of them calls upon me. 8   Ephraim mixes himself with the peoples;    Ephraim is a cake not turned.9   Strangers devour his strength,    and he knows it not;  gray hairs are sprinkled upon him,    and he knows it not.10   The pride of Israel testifies to his face;2    yet they do not return to the LORD their God,    nor seek him, for all this. 11   Ephraim is like a dove,    silly and without sense,    calling to Egypt, going to Assyria.12   As they go, I will spread over them my net;    I will bring them down like birds of the heavens;    I will discipline them according to the report made to their congregation.13   Woe to them, for they have strayed from me!    Destruction to them, for they have rebelled against me!  I would redeem them,    but they speak lies against me. 14   They do not cry to me from the heart,    but they wail upon their beds;  for grain and wine they gash themselves;    they rebel against me.15   Although I trained and strengthened their arms,    yet they devise evil against me.16   They return, but not upward;3    they are like a treacherous bow;  their princes shall fall by the sword    because of the insolence of their tongue.  This shall be their derision in the land of Egypt. Israel Will Reap the Whirlwind 8   Set the trumpet to your lips!    One like a vulture is over the house of the LORD,  because they have transgressed my covenant    and rebelled against my law.2   To me they cry,    “My God, we—Israel—know you.”3   Israel has spurned the good;    the enemy shall pursue him. 4   They made kings, but not through me.    They set up princes, but I knew it not.  With their silver and gold they made idols    for their own destruction.5   I have4 spurned your calf, O Samaria.    My anger burns against them.  How long will they be incapable of innocence?6   For it is from Israel;  a craftsman made it;    it is not God.  The calf of Samaria    shall be broken to pieces.5 7   For they sow the wind,    and they shall reap the whirlwind.  The standing grain has no heads;    it shall yield no flour;  if it were to yield,    strangers would devour it.8   Israel is swallowed up;    already they are among the nations    as a useless vessel.9   For they have gone up to Assyria,    a wild donkey wandering alone;    Ephraim has hired lovers.10   Though they hire allies among the nations,    I will soon gather them up.  And the king and princes shall soon writhe    because of the tribute. 11   Because Ephraim has multiplied altars for sinning,    they have become to him altars for sinning.12   Were I to write for him my laws by the ten thousands,    they would be regarded as a strange thing.13   As for my sacrificial offerings,    they sacrifice meat and eat it,    but the LORD does not accept them.  Now he will remember their iniquity    and punish their sins;    they shall return to Egypt.14   For Israel has forgotten his Maker    and built palaces,  and Judah has multiplied fortified cities;    so I will send a fire upon his cities,    and it shall devour her strongholds. The Lord Will Punish Israel 9   Rejoice not, O Israel!    Exult not like the peoples;  for you have played the whore, forsaking your God.    You have loved a prostitute's wages    on all threshing floors.2   Threshing floor and wine vat shall not feed them,    and the new wine shall fail them.3   They shall not remain in the land of the LORD,    but Ephraim shall return to Egypt,    and they shall eat unclean food in Assyria. 4   They shall not pour drink offerings of wine to the LORD,    and their sacrifices shall not please him.  It shall be like mourners' bread to them;    all who eat of it shall be defiled;  for their bread shall be for their hunger only;    it shall not come to the house of the LORD. 5   What will you do on the day of the appointed festival,    and on the day of the feast of the LORD?6   For behold, they are going away from destruction;    but Egypt shall gather them;    Memphis shall bury them.  Nettles shall possess their precious things of silver;    thorns shall be in their tents. 7   The days of punishment have come;    the days of recompense have come;    Israel shall know it.  The prophet is a fool;    the man of the spirit is mad,  because of your great iniquity    and great hatred.8   The prophet is the watchman of Ephraim with my God;  yet a fowler's snare is on all his ways,    and hatred in the house of his God.9   They have deeply corrupted themselves    as in the days of Gibeah:  he will remember their iniquity;    he will punish their sins. 10   Like grapes in the wilderness,    I found Israel.  Like the first fruit on the fig tree    in its first season,    I saw your fathers.  But they came to Baal-peor    and consecrated themselves to the thing of shame,    and became detestable like the thing they loved.11   Ephraim's glory shall fly away like a bird—    no birth, no pregnancy, no conception!12   Even if they bring up children,    I will bereave them till none is left.  Woe to them    when I depart from them!13   Ephraim, as I have seen, was like a young palm6 planted in a meadow;    but Ephraim must lead his children out to slaughter.714   Give them, O LORD—    what will you give?  Give them a miscarrying womb    and dry breasts. 15   Every evil of theirs is in Gilgal;    there I began to hate them.  Because of the wickedness of their deeds    I will drive them out of my house.  I will love them no more;    all their princes are rebels. 16   Ephraim is stricken;    their root is dried up;    they shall bear no fruit.  Even though they give birth,    I will put their beloved children to death.17   My God will reject them    because they have not listened to him;    they shall be wanderers among the nations. Footnotes [1] 6:6 Septuagint mercy [2] 7:10 Or in his presence [3] 7:16 Or to the Most High [4] 8:5 Hebrew He has [5] 8:6 Or shall go up in flames [6] 9:13 Or like Tyre [7] 9:13 Hebrew to him who slaughters (ESV) Psalm: Psalm 137 Psalm 137 (Listen) How Shall We Sing the Lord's Song? 137   By the waters of Babylon,    there we sat down and wept,    when we remembered Zion.2   On the willows1 there    we hung up our lyres.3   For there our captors    required of us songs,  and our tormentors, mirth, saying,    “Sing us one of the songs of Zion!” 4   How shall we sing the LORD's song    in a foreign land?5   If I forget you, O Jerusalem,    let my right hand forget its skill!6   Let my tongue stick to the roof of my mouth,    if I do not remember you,  if I do not set Jerusalem    above my highest joy! 7   Remember, O LORD, against the Edomites    the day of Jerusalem,  how they said, “Lay it bare, lay it bare,    down to its foundations!”8   O daughter of Babylon, doomed to be destroyed,    blessed shall he be who repays you    with what you have done to us!9   Blessed shall he be who takes your little ones    and dashes them against the rock! Footnotes [1] 137:2 Or poplars (ESV) New Testament: 1 Peter 3–5 1 Peter 3–5 (Listen) Wives and Husbands 3 Likewise, wives, be subject to your own husbands, so that even if some do not obey the word, they may be won without a word by the conduct of their wives, 2 when they see your respectful and pure conduct. 3 Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear—4 but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God's sight is very precious. 5 For this is how the holy women who hoped in God used to adorn themselves, by submitting to their own husbands, 6 as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord. And you are her children, if you do good and do not fear anything that is frightening. 7 Likewise, husbands, live with your wives in an understanding way, showing honor to the woman as the weaker vessel, since they are heirs with you1 of the grace of life, so that your prayers may not be hindered. Suffering for Righteousness' Sake 8 Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind. 9 Do not repay evil for evil or reviling for reviling, but on the contrary, bless, for to this you were called, that you may obtain a blessing. 10 For   “Whoever desires to love life    and see good days,  let him keep his tongue from evil    and his lips from speaking deceit;11   let him turn away from evil and do good;    let him seek peace and pursue it.12   For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous,    and his ears are open to their prayer.  But the face of the Lord is against those who do evil.”

A Word in Season with Jeremy Walker
Holy Waiting (Hosea 12:6)

A Word in Season with Jeremy Walker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:00


Pastor Jeremy Walker began A Word in Season during the beginning of Covid lockdowns that prevented his local congregation from meeting together. These short devotions were made to warm their hearts to Christ.   We are grateful he has allowed Media Gratiae to publish them to a wider audience.   If you would like to get the audio version of these messages, subscribe to A Word in Season on your favorite podcast app.   For more episodes and likeminded podcasts, visit www.mediagratiae.org/podcasts. Read more from Jeremy here: https://eardstapa.wordpress.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/peregrinus75 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/perrugryn

Morning and Evening with Charles Spurgeon

“They have dealt treacherously against the Lord.” — Hosea 5:7 Believer, here is a sorrowful truth! Thou art the beloved of the Lord, redeemed by blood, called by grace, preserved in Christ Jesus, accepted in the Beloved, on thy way to heaven, and yet, “thou hast dealt treacherously” with God, thy best friend; treacherously with […]

The Bible Study Podcast
#741 - Hosea 13 – The Lord's Anger

The Bible Study Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 15:28


This episode is part 12 in a study of the book of Hosea. In this chapter, God warns Israel that he will be like a lion who will devoir them if they don't repent.

1 Year Daily Audio Bible
DAB December 08 - 2021

1 Year Daily Audio Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021


Hosea 10:1-14:9, Jude 1:1-25, Ps 127:1-5, Pr 29:15-17

1 Year Daily Audio Bible
DAB December 07 - 2021

1 Year Daily Audio Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021


Hosea 6:1-9:17, 3 John 1:1-15, Ps 126:1-6, Pr 29:12-14

1 Year Daily Audio Bible
DAB December 06 - 2021

1 Year Daily Audio Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021


Hosea 4:1-5:15, 2 John 1:1-13, Ps 125:1-5, Pr 29:9-11

1 Year Daily Audio Bible
DAB December 05 - 2021

1 Year Daily Audio Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021