Israel 101 - Part 11 - Hosea and Gomer, an End Time Prophecy

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00:00:00 - The Prophet Hosea: A Savior for the Lost Tribes of Israel
00:04:25 - The Play in the Book of Hosea
00:08:36 - Tragedy and Triumph: The Story of Hosea
00:12:55 - The Intercessor, Hosea and His Prophecy
00:17:21 - Prophecy of Hosea
00:21:28 - The Renaming of Israel to Gomer
00:26:08 - The Origins of the Name Israel
00:30:23 - The Meaning of Gomer's Name
00:34:49 - Seeking the Lost Tribes
00:38:54 - The Story of Gomer and Hosea
00:43:14 - The Painful Marriage with Yahweh
00:47:29 - The Skirt of Redemption
00:51:47 - Valentine's Day and the Celebration of Love
00:55:51 - The Reign of Ahab and Jezebel
01:00:11 - The Sake/Saxons and their Migration to Europe
01:04:29 - The Journey through the Mountains
01:08:06 - Destroying Babylon and Gathering the Lost Sheep
01:12:03 - Supernatural Gathering of People
01:15:53 - Yahweh's Provision
01:19:53 - Concern for missing elders
01:23:40 - The Ministry of the Apostles
01:27:39 - The Scattering of the 12 Tribes
01:31:57 - The Lost Tribes of Israel
01:36:03 - Israel's Unworthy Claim to the Name
01:40:23 - Shepherds after His Own Heart
01:44:17 - Understanding the bigger picture
01:48:00 - Financial Guidance Discussion

Key insights
  • ๐Ÿ“–
    The name yua or Hosea means deliverer, and it was also the name of Joshua, showing a connection between the two.
  • ๐Ÿ” 
    The Hebrew word "bar" means to make clear, to make plain, to engrave, and it is through his son Yua that father Beery is going to make his character and his love perfectly clear.
  • ๐Ÿค”
    The church has failed to seek and save the lost sheep of Israel, focusing instead on the Jewish people.
  • ๐Ÿ”ฅ
    Hosea's marriage symbolizes Yahweh's experience with the adulterous people of Israel, showing the depth of pain and betrayal.
  • ๐ŸŽญ
    Valentine's Day is worse than 50 Shades of Gray, celebrating the bondage and beating of women.
  • ๐Ÿ“–
    All these prophets in the Bible talked about the lost sheep more than they did about Jesus.
  • ๐Ÿ“œ
    Peter knew who he was writing to, referencing the story of the Lost tribes of Israel.