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  • Now Israel pleads with me, `Help us, for you are our God!' - Hosea 8:2

  • But it is too late! The people of Israel have rejected what is good, and now their enemies will chase after them. - Hosea 8:3

  • The people of Israel have been swallowed up; they lie among the nations like an old pot that no one wants. - Hosea 8:8

  • Like a wild donkey looking for a mate, they have gone up to Assyria. The people of Israel* have sold themselves to many lovers.1 - Hosea 8:9

  • The people of Israel love their rituals of sacrifice, but to me their sacrifices are all meaningless! I will call my people to account for their sins, and I will punish them. They will go back down to Egypt. - Hosea 8:13

  • O people of Israel, do not rejoice as others do. For you have been unfaithful to your God, hiring yourselves out like prostitutes, offering sacrifices to other gods on every threshing floor. - Hosea 9:1

  • The time of Israel's punishment has come; the day of payment is almost here. Soon Israel will know this all too well. "The prophets are crazy!" the people shout. "The inspired men are mad!" So they taunt, for the nation is burdened with sin and shows only hatred for those who love God. - Hosea 9:7

  • The prophet is a watchman for my God over Israel,* yet traps are laid in front of him wherever he goes. He faces hostility even in the house of God.2 - Hosea 9:8

  • The LORD says, "O Israel, when I first found you, it was like finding fresh grapes in the desert! When I saw your ancestors, it was like seeing the first ripe figs of the season! But then they deserted me for Baal-peor, giving themselves to that shameful idol. Soon they became as vile as the god they worshiped. - Hosea 9:10

  • The glory of Israel will fly away like a bird, for your children will die at birth or perish in the womb or never even be conceived. - Hosea 9:11

  • I have watched Israel become as beautiful and pleasant as Tyre. But now Israel will bring out her children to be slaughtered." - Hosea 9:13

  • The people of Israel are stricken. Their roots are dried up; they will bear no more fruit. And if they give birth, I will slaughter their beloved children." - Hosea 9:16

  • My God will reject the people of Israel because they will not listen or obey. They will be wanderers, homeless among the nations. - Hosea 9:17

  • How prosperous Israel is--a luxuriant vine loaded with fruit! But the more wealth the people got, the more they poured it on the altars of their foreign gods. The richer the harvests they brought in, the more beautiful the statues and idols they built. - Hosea 10:1

  • This idol they love so much will be carted away with them when they go as captives to Assyria, a gift to the great king there. Israel will be laughed at and shamed because its people have trusted in this idol. - Hosea 10:6

  • And the pagan shrines of Aven,* the place of Israel's sin, will crumble. Thorns and thistles will grow up around them. They will beg the mountains to bury them and the hills to fall on them.2 - Hosea 10:8

  • The LORD says, "O Israel, ever since that awful night in Gibeah, there has been only sin and more sin! You have made no progress whatsoever. Was it not right that the wicked men of Gibeah were attacked? - Hosea 10:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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