Category Archives: Hosea

Healing the Unhealable

Funny, the places in Scripture that, kind of out of nowhere, overwhelm you. Holy writ accentuated by the Holy Spirit so that it wholly washes over you. Already primed for thanksgiving this morning, but didn’t expect fuel for the fire … Continue reading

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They Forgot Me

Wrapping up Hosea this morning. I never cease to be amazed by this love story gone south. A man who, under God’s direction, takes “a wife of whoredom” know he will have “children of whoredom”. And this in order to … Continue reading

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Turned Back

As I read in the morning, part of my intent is to “listen” for something that will grab my attention, something that I will then spend a few minutes writing about. Often I will begin my morning reading with the … Continue reading

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Let Righteousness Rain

God’s covenant people, planted as a vine to bear much fruit, instead emptied themselves into the altars of false gods . . . and, as such, became a dead vine . . . a vine laid waste. Planted through the … Continue reading

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Let It Rain!

There’s a principle that runs throughout Scripture which Paul states clearly in Galatians 6:7, “whatever one sows, that will he also reap.” It’s the law of the harvest . . . it’s the way of action and reaction . . … Continue reading

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The Way of A Man with A Maid — Amazing!

Solomon said that, as he considered them, there were some things that just kind of astounded him (Prov. 30:18-19). The way that an eagle interacts with air currents and majestically soars above the earth. The way a serpent can find … Continue reading

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