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Introduction

A.M. 3229. B.C. 775.

In this chapter we have,

(1,) An exhortation of the prophet; or the resolution of some real penitents to return to God, and the considerations wherewith they encourage themselves in their return, Hosea 6:1-3 .

(2,) The instability of many of the people, both of Israel and Judah, in their professions and promises of repentance, and the severe course which God, therefore, took with them, Hosea 6:4 , Hosea 6:5 .

(3,) The covenant God made with them, and his expectations from them, Hosea 6:6 : and their violation of that covenant, and frustrating of those expectations, Hosea 6:7-11 .

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