God will turn the hearts of his people back to him, even though they have broken trust and gone astray. Hosea is commanded to love his wife again, though she’s an adulteress, as a demonstration of God’s love for his people. Through this, God teaches his people that he will capture their hearts. Join us as we look to God’s word.
In our passage today, God promises to woo his people back to faithfulness through tender words of love, even though they have abandoned him and followed after false gods. He will restore the blessings he has taken away. He will forever bind his people to himself. Listen in today, as we consider God’s word.
God calls the people of Israel to denounce their adulterous ways and confess their sins. He promises to remove his blessings and cast them out if they do not repent, using language of divorce and exile to illustrate the consequences of their unfaithfulness. Listen in as we continue our study in the book of Hosea.
God promises in Hosea 1:10-2:1 that even though the people of Israel have made themselves enemies of God, He will still pursue them in love and grace, restoring them to Himself and calling them His children. He offers this reconciliation to all who confess and believe in Him, granting them the right to become His children, not by blood relation or human will, but by His own sovereign grace. Listen in today to this good news…
In Hosea 1, God calls the prophet Hosea to take a wife of whoredom as a metaphor for the unfaithfulness of the people of Israel, who have forsaken the Lord and committed great sin. Listen in today as we consider the message of the prophet.
Psalm 96 encourages believers to sing praises to God and attribute the glory to Him because of His mighty and marvelous works, which include creating the world, providing salvation, and being a loving and merciful God. Join us today as we consider this Psalm.
Jesus is revealed in Luke 19:28-40 to be the Lord, King of Kings, and Creator who is worthy of all praise. In this passage, Jesus sends his disciples to find a young donkey to fulfill the Messianic prophecy of Zechariah 9:9. Listen in today as we look to God’s word at these things.
John the Baptist sends two of his disciples to ask Jesus if He is the one who is to come. Jesus responds by asking them what they have seen and heard, pointing to the miracles He has performed and the testimonies of those who have heard Him. Listen in today as we consider “The One Who Has Come.”