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Let Them Alone - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... is joined to idols: let him alone” (Hosea 4:17). The Lord is long-suffering, and those who speak in His name should be also. There do come times, however, when further witness becomes useless or even harmful, or when...
The Point Of No Return - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - “Ephraim is joined to idols: let him alone” (Hosea 4:17). Our God is long-suffering and full of mercy, but there is a line which must not be crossed. It is dangerous to presume that God will always continue to forgive; He can become...
Hosea 4:17: Ephraim - Study Note
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they were beyond hope of revival. As a result, God instructed Hosea and other prophets to quit trying (compare Genesis 6:3). Their remaining burden was to call Judah to retain her faith in the true God (Hosea 4:15) rather than following...
The Staff of Life - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... (Isaiah 30:20), and "the bread of mourners" (Hosea 9:4). Bread is thus both the widespread physical food of all mankind and also the preferred universal symbol of man's spiritual food, whether wholesome and life-giving or sad...
Revelation 7:6: Manasses - Study Note
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... but this tribe also had led in the lapse into idolatry (Hosea 4:17); perhaps this partially explains why the name of Joseph replaced Ephraim in the list instead of Manasseh. Dan, however, as well as Ephraim, will have their portions in the...
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