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Commentary on the Prophecy of Hosea

Jeremiah Burroughs

Commentary on the Prophecy of Hosea

by Jeremiah Burroughs

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Published by Soli Deo Gloria Ministries .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biblical Commentary - Old Testament,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Bible - Commentaries - Old Testament,
  • Religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages700
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8657798M
    ISBN 101877611034
    ISBN 109781877611032

    Apart from a bit of facts gathered in the Book of Hosea about his person and identity, nothing much is known about Hosea, the first son of Beeri3. On the other hand, many important expectations of a good story are missing in Hosea‟s prophecy especially, on the part of Gomer. Thus, Gomer is mentioned but the name(s) of the paramour is (are.   Hosea was a biblical prophet in the land of Israel and spoke the messages of the Lord. He appears on the Bible Timeline Poster around the 8th century prophesied to the people of Israel during the years that Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Kezekiah were kings of Judah and when Jeroboam II was king of Israel. Hosea’s name means “salvation” or “God’s salvation” but many people refer.

    Theology of Work Bible Commentary - One Volume Edition. The Theology of Work Bible Commentary is an in-depth Bible study tool put together by a group of biblical scholars, pastors, and workplace Christians to help you discover what the whole Bible--from Genesis to Revelation--says about work. Business, education, law, service industries, medicine, government--wherever you work, in whatever. "Burroughs's Exposition of the Prophecy of Hosea is a fine and mammoth treatment of an important prophet. Spurgeon called this work 'masterly,' noting that it is 'a vast treasure-house of experimental exposition.' No work on Hosea has superseded this commentary." - Joel R. Beeke.

      Hosea Chapter 4 (understanding the prophecy in modern terminology.) Although it is not expressly stated in the Book of Hosea, it is apparent from the level of detail and familiarity focused on northern geography, that Hosea conducted his prophetic ministries in the Northern Israel (Samaria) of which he was a native. In Hosea , the prophet identified the kings that ruled during his prophetic. An Exposition of the Prophecy of Hosea book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Jeremiah Burroughs's Hosea combines exegetical r 4/5(2).


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Commentary on the Prophecy of Hosea by Jeremiah Burroughs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hosea (his name meaning "to save, salvation") is the first of the so-called Minor Prophets. These twelve prophets are comprised in one single book in the Hebrew Bible and are called "the Twelve".

Except for the name of his father Beeri (Hosea ) we do not know anything about the background of this prophet. The reigns of the kings Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah of Judah, and of Jeroboam II of Israel.

Commentary on the Prophecy of Hosea: Burroughs, Jeremiah: : Books. Flip to back Flip to front. Listen Playing Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.

Learn : Jeremiah Burroughs. Hosea seems to have confined most of his direct messages to Judah, speaking rather of the ten tribes than to them; but the scope of his prophecy embraces both, and that very fully. In fact, no other messenger gives so complete an outline of the ways of God with His earthly people as does Hosea, even Daniel not : H.

Ironside. Smith's Commentary on the Prophecy of Hosea book Dictionary. Prophecies Of Hosea. This book consists of fourteen chapters. It is easy to recognize two great divisions in the book: (1) ch.

1 to 3; (2) ch. 4 to end. The subdivision of these several parts is a work of greater difficulty The first division should probably be subdivided into three separate poems, each originating in a distinct aim, and each after its own fashion attempting to express the.

dates the beginning of Hosea’s public life at B.C. and Hezekiah’s death at B.C. The Dictionary observes that this “would make the prophets ministry extend over a period of about fifty-eight years. The book furnishes strong presumptive evidence in support of this chronology.” The Pulpit Commentary,File Size: KB.

Edition Dr. Constable's Notes on Hosea 11 MESSAGE The Book of Hosea is an unusually powerful book, because the prophet ministered out of his deep personal emotions. His intellectual appeals to the Israelites in his day, and to us in ours, arose out of great personal tragedy in his own life.

We might say that he cried out as he bled. In Amos, the prophetic discourses are very pronounced, while in Hosea, because of the intense personal involvement of the prophet, they are not very distinctly defined from one another, a fact that makes the book difficult to outline.

Hosea dates his prophecy” in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel” (). The prophecy of Hosea was realized when the Northern Kingdom was crushed by the Assyrians in BC, while the Southern Kingdom of Judah survived.

Hosea is an early reference to the Jewish belief in resurrection. Chapter 11 is a beautiful expression of Old Testament theology, God's undying love for his people Israel. This prophecy had its primary fulfillment in Israel's year sojourn [in Egypt].

But we learn from Matthew that the real [ie., ultimate] fulfillment of Hosea's prophecy is in the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Near the end of Hosea's prophecy, Jehovah, the covenant-keeping Redeemer, said, '' there is no savior beside Me'' (Hosea ).

The opening words of Hosea’s prophecy place his ministry in the context of the eighth century B.C. The recording of four eighth century kings of Judah provides information as to the length of Hosea’s prophetic ministry, while the mention of just one Northern Kingdom, Jeroboam II, indicates something of the prophet’s particular focus.

1: Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ) 1: Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ) 2: Perspectives on Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ) 2: Perspectives on Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ) 2: Perspectives on Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ) 3: Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (Hosea ) 3: Further Charges against Unfaithful Israel (Hosea This summary of the Book of Hosea will help with many different forms of Bible Study: The Book of Prophecies of Hosea stands first in order among the "Minor Prophets." "The probable cause of the location of Hosea may be the thoroughly national character of his oracles, their length, their earnest tone, and vivid representations.".

Commentary on the prophecy of Hosea --A letter of Dr. Edward Bernard, Professor of Astronomy in Oxford to Dr. Edward Pocock, Regius Professor of the Hebrew tongue in the same University --Mensuræ concavæ antiquorum --Pondera antiqua --Mensuræ distantiarum.

Hans Walter Wolff’s fascinating commentary on the book of Hosea is an insightful and essential study of one of the most difficult Old Testament prophets. In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality.

Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Hosea began his prophesying, according to his own introduction, at the time when Uzziah (who is also sometimes confusingly called Azariah in the King James Version) ruled over.

The prophecy of Hosea is unique in that it is the only prophetic book written by a Northerner to the North about the North. This does not diminish its universal message, but puts it into a class of its own and gives it a compelling authority respecting its original recipients (I Kings ).

Hosea prophesied during a dark and melancholic era of Israel 's history, the period of the Northern Kingdom's decline and fall in the 8th century BC. According to the book, the apostasy of the people was rampant, having turned away from God in order to serve both.

Hosea The word of the Lord that came unto Hosea — The name of the prophet is the same with the original name of Joshua, and signifies a Saviour. The son of Beeri — This was the prophet’s surname; for in those days they had their surnames either from their parents, as we have, or from the places of their abode.

Beeri signifies a well. In the days of Uzziah, &c. Hosea is the result of a collaboration by world-renowned scholars Francis I. Andersen and David Noel Freedman. This new translation and commentary is based on one of the oldest of prophetic writings. The translation is unique insofar as the literary integrity of the text is scrupulously adhered to.

Jeremiah Burroughs (c. ) Recently, Reformation Heritage Books, Inc. reprinted Jeremiah Burroughs classic commentary: An Exposition of the Prophecy of Hosea.

Burroughs remains one of the most popular Puritan writers because of his warm devotional heart, keen exegetical eye, and sensitive perception to the sinful human heart. The second part of the Book of Hosea describes Hosea\'s marriage autobiographically.

One of the later parts of the Book of Hosea includes an oracle judging Israel, Ephraim in particular, for not living up to the covenant. At the end of the book, a prophecy is made that someday this will all be changed, that God will indeed have pity on Israel.Hosea gives us both the author and date.

The book is clearly written by Hosea during the days Jeroboam II king of Israel. Jeroboam reigned forty-one years (cf. II Kg. ) ( to BC). Hosea’s days were likely around to BC (the dates that the kings of Israel and Judah occupy as listed at Hosea ). The Message of Hosea.3.

The Language of Hosea 4. The Theology of Hosea 5. The Transmission of Hosea's Prophecy The Commentary The Title of the Book The Prophets Family The Great Day of Jezreel Legal Proceedings Against Unfraithful Israel The Day of the New Covenant Now Yahweh's Love Works Yahweh's Lawsuit Against Israel A Spirit of Whoredom in Israel's Worship.