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Let Them Alone - Article
Henry M. 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 continued...
The Point Of No Return - Article
Henry M. 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
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
Henry M. 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
... 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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