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They have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind.
Hosea viii. 7.
Hosea
The Holy Bible: King James Version
 
Hosea used his commitment to his wife in the face of her unfaithfulness to illustrate the "adultery" Israel had committed against God, whose faithful love never ceased.
 
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KING JAMES VERSION

NEW YORK: AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 1999
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000



CHAPTER

1  Hosea's Unfaithful Wife and Her Children
2  The LORD's Love for His Unfaithful People
3  Hosea and the Adulteress
4  The LORD's Controversy with Israel
5  The Punishment for Israel's Apostasy
The Insincerity of Israel's Repentance
6 
7  Israel's Iniquity and Rebellion
8  The Rebuke of Israel's Idolatry
9  The Punishment for Israel's Persistent Unfaithfulness
10 
11  God Yearns for His Wayward People
12  Ephraim Rebuked for Falsehood and Oppression
13  The Utter Destruction of Ephraim Foretold
14  Israel Entreated to Return to the LORD



 
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