Hosea 3 - AMP
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No One Cares for a Tabloid God
Shared by: Troy Luttrell on Apr, 2014
Summary: Some would accuse God of being controversial in the way He went about asking Hosea to marry a prostitute. Does God advocate sin? Absolutely not! The real controversy in Scripture is that a holy God would want a relationship with sinful man.
Shared by: josh foster on Feb, 2014
Summary: Renewal, Restoration, Retrieval – the attitude is so important. It’s done in love- not reluctance. It’s done with mercy – not judgment. It’s goal is restoration – not conviction. It’s done with risk – not with guarded defensiveness.
Series: Covenant Connections
The God Who Waits
Shared by: Arthur Miller on Dec, 2013
Summary: In a marriage relationship each person enters into a covenant with the other. For better or worse, richer or poorer. We commit ourselves to each other and it requires changes in our lives to uphold the covenant made. The same is true with God.
The Craziest Lover Ever
Shared by: Dave Bentley on Jun, 2011
Summary: I think at some point after we become followers of Christ we become Christianized in a way that insulates us and makes us forget just how “crazy” the claims of Christianity are. This month I want us to revisit some of the stories the in Scripture that be
Our Faithful God, Calling Back a Gomer-like People
Shared by: Sterling Franklin on Mar, 2011
Summary: God is faithful and desires our faithfulness. Whether this requires reconciliation or not, God passionately pursues us, and we need to do the same for Him, as well!
Series: Minor Prophets
Restored Relationships -- Part 3 of Series
Shared by: GUY GLASS on Nov, 2010
Summary: Hosea 3 is perhaps one of the greatest chapters in all of the Bible. James Boice says this about Hosea 3, “The third chapter of Hosea is, in my judgment, the greatest chapter in the Bible, because it portrays the greatest story in the Bible—the death of
Shared by: Segun Omole on Aug, 2010
Summary: The bible is filled with so many stories that would win the Oscar at any time. I know everybody loves a wonderful story. If not then why is Hollywood so rich? Why do people keep buying movies that have almost the same story lines? Little wonder that the b
Hosea - God's Redeeming Love (1:1-3:5) Part 1 of 4
Shared by: Rodney Fry on Oct, 2009
Summary: About the time that Amos (the "country prophet") was prophesying to the northern kingdom of Israel, another prophet came on to the scene a. His name was Hosea b. Whose name means "salvation" (Joshua and Jesus are derived from the same w
Series: Studies in the Minor Prophets
A door of Hope
Shared by: Paul Green on Sep, 2009
Summary: I see a lot of modern day Christians, including myself, in the story of Hosea. But I don’t see us in the person of Hosea. I see us rather in the person of Gomer the prostitute. Are we very much different from those people?
Series: Hosea - God’s Exposed Heart
He Loves (3:16, part 2)
Shared by: Steve Miller on Feb, 2008
Summary: Love takes first place in John 3:16. But isn’t that exactly why more don’t trust Jesus. They simply don’t trust love! Yet, God proves his love in the story of Hosea. His love(1)will never let you go and (2)will always take you back.
God's Overwhelming, Unexplainable, Incomprehensible, Reconciling Love
Shared by: Richard Goble on Jan, 2008
Summary: God loves His children in spite of their sin.