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  • Love Returned Series

    Contributed by Josh Foster on Feb 20, 2014

    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.

    Covenant Connections: A Covenant of Love ~ Love Returned Scripture Text: Hosea 3.1-5 INTRODUCTION I think it’s important to study and investigate and probe the deep-questions of life; …but I-also-know that a person can get lost-in-the-questions! It’s-kinda-like more

  • The Ability To Love The Unlovable

    Contributed by Gary Wilson on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 39 ratings

    I. Problem vs.

    I. Problem vs.1 - With Hosea it was the adultery of Gomer A. Sin is our problem. B. We're like Gomer James 4:4, Rom 3:10, 3:23 C. Gomer gave lovers credit for properity 1. Hosea 2:5-7 - It was Hosea that proved for her. a. Does Christ wonder why we give credit to other people more

  • The Craziest Lover Ever Series

    Contributed by Dave Bentley on Jun 7, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    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

    “That’s Just Crazy!” The Craziest Lover Ever! Hosea 3:1-3 (HCSB) 1 Then the Lord said to me, “Go again; show love to a woman who is loved by another man and is an adulteress, just as the Lord loves the Israelites though they turn to other gods and love raisin more

  • A Call To Respond To Christ's Love Series

    Contributed by Steve Hanchett on Mar 10, 2001
    based on 69 ratings

    How are we to respond to the love of Christ toward us?

    “The Gospel According to Hosea” Part 4 “A Call to Respond to Christ’s Love” Hosea 3:1-3 Steve Hanchett, pastor Berry Road Baptist Church March 11, 2001 Then the LORD said to me, “Go again, love a woman who is loved by a lover and is committing adultery, just like the love of the LORD for more

  • Foundation Three: Commitment In Marriage Series

    Contributed by Greg Brown on Jul 6, 2015

    A topical study on commitment in marriage including a consideration of divorce and remarriage

    Foundation Three: Commitment in Marriage Many marriages were destined for trouble from the utterance of the words “I do.” When the couple publicly declared, “I do”, they really didn’t understand what they were committing to. They had no comprehension of what true more

  • Hosea: Relentless Love Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jan 7, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    God’s love never changes and never gives up.

    I read through Hosea in one sitting and this is the picture I got: • … a grieving Lover, urging for the return of His beloved, who has left Him for other loves. Despite the infidelity, the Lover was unrelenting. • He was determined to pay any price that would bring His beloved back to His more

  • El Rescate Del Descarriado

    Contributed by Craig Benner on Feb 16, 2013

    Gomer es un tipo de la iglesia o el creyente que ha apartado de Dios. No quiere cumplir con sus votos, pero Dios anda comprometido de hacer todo posible de redimirle de nuevo.

    EL RESCATE DEL DESCARRIADO Compromiso de Nivel Alto Oseas 2:16,17 16 Y será que en aquel tiempo, dice Jehová, me llamarás Ishi, y nunca más me llamarás Baali. 17 Porque quitaré de su boca los nombres de los Baales, y nunca más serán mencionados por sus nombres. Ishi = esposo amado Baali = more

  • Redeemed From Rebellion

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jul 2, 2017

    As Hosea redeemed his wife, Gomer, from the slave market, he revealed the unwavering love of God for Israel. This was also a beautiful picture of what Christ would do for humanity as He offered Himself the atoning sacrifice for sin.

    Redeemed from Rebellion Hosea 3: 1-3 Last week we were introduced to the prophet Hosea, and the difficult situations brought upon the family due to the infidelity of his wife, Gomer. God planned to use this most difficult situation to teach Israel a lesson about their sin, and His unwavering more

  • A Family Out Of Control; A Prophet Under God's Control

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Feb 1, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    God commanded Hosea to marry a prostitute. This ensured that his was a dysfunctional family. A study of Hosea will encourage Christians as we struggle with honouring God through our families.

    “The LORD said to me, ‘Go again, love a woman who is loved by another man and is an adulteress, even as the LORD loves the children of Israel, though they turn to other gods and love cakes of raisins.’ So, I bought her for fifteen shekels of silver and a homer and a lethech of barley. And I said more

  • I Hate My Marriage And How To Get Out! - Pt. 3 - Can You Hear Me Now? Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Apr 26, 2018

    White picket fences. 3 cars. 2 1/2 kids. A dog. Perfection. That is what we all think our relationship will be. We place ourselves in every romance movie we have ever seen. In our minds we expect no problems, no pain , no tears, no fears and no reality!

    Pt. 3 - Can You Hear Me Now? I. Introduction Franklin Roosevelt knew it was true in politics. Legend has it that as each dignitary would file by to shake his hand he decided to prove it. As he grasped each hand and the guest would lean in to exchange pleasantries Roosevelt would say “I murdered more

  • The Compassion Of The Lord Series

    Contributed by Steve Hanchett on Feb 23, 2001
    based on 125 ratings

    Gospel presentation as pictured through Hosea’s relationship with Gomer.

    “The Gospel According to Hosea” Hosea 3:1-3 Steve Hanchett, pastor Berry Road Baptist Church February 11, 2001 Then the LORD said to me, “Go again, love a woman who is loved by a lover and is committing adultery, just like the love of the LORD for the children of Israel, who look to other more

  • The Cost Of His Love Series

    Contributed by Steve Hanchett on Mar 5, 2001
    based on 74 ratings

    Looks into the price Christ paid to redeem us

    “The Cost of His Love” Hosea 3:1-3 Steve Hanchett, pastor March 4, 2001 Then the LORD said to me, “Go again, love a woman who is loved by a lover and is committing adultery, just like the love of the LORD for the children of Israel, who look to other gods and love the raisin cakes of the more

  • Attain Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Jun 7, 2003
    based on 25 ratings

    This is the 4th study in the study "Faithful Or Unfaithful".

    ATTAIN Hosea 3:1-5 What does it mean to attain something? It simply means that you have achieved at what you have done. For example, when a person goes to college what are they trying to attain? They are trying to attain or receive their degree. God wanted the Nation of Israel to more

  • The God Who Waits

    Contributed by Arthur Miller on Dec 14, 2013

    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 God Who Waits Hosea Chapter 3 As we continue our series on the book of Hosea we will continue looking at the tumultuous relationship between Hosea and Gomer. In chapter 2 we witnessed a faithful husband who came to the point where he could no longer provide for his unfaithful wife who more

  • Married To Jesus (Part One)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jan 13, 2015

    Throughout the bible God's relationship with his people is often referred to as a marriage relationship. He is our husband, we are his bride. So, what kind of husband is God? Let's find out.

    1) Betrothed. The first part of a Jewish wedding ceremony is the betrothal. We would liken it to an engagement. However, unlike a modern-day engagement that can simply be broken off, a Jewish betrothal could not. In essence the man and woman were married-it’s just that there was a period of more