|Hosea chapter 1|
||Hosea, to shew God's judgment for spiritual whoredom, takes Gomer,
||and has by her Jezreel;
||The restoration of Judah and Israel under one head.
|Hosea chapter 2|
||The idolatry of the people.
||God's judgments against them.
||His promises of reconciliation with them.
|Hosea chapter 3|
||The Lord's intended future kindness to Israel, not withstanding their wickedness, illustrated by the emblem of Hosea's conduct towards his adulterous wife.
||The desolation of Israel before their restoration.
|Hosea chapter 4|
||God denounces judgments on Israel, for their aggravated impieties and iniquities.
||He exposes the ignorance and wickedness of the priests, and profligacy of the people, he will leave their wives and daughters to commit lewdness, without present punishment.
||He warns Judah, not to imitate Israel's crimes, which are still further reproved.
|Hosea chapter 5|
||The judgments of God are denounced against the priests, people, and princes, both of Israel and Judah, for their manifold sins.
||An intimation is given of mercy on their repentance.
|Hosea chapter 6|
||Exhortations to repent and hope in God.
||A lamentation over those who had sinned after conviction.
||Reproofs of obstinate sinners, and threatenings against them.
|Hosea chapter 7|
||A reproof of manifold sins.
||God's wrath against them for their hypocrisy.
|Hosea chapter 8|
||Destruction is threatened both to Israel and Judah for their impiety and idolatry.
|Hosea chapter 9|
||The distress and captivity of Israel for their sins.
|Hosea chapter 10|
||Israel is reproved and threatened for their impiety and idolatry, and exhorted to repentance.
|Hosea chapter 11|
||The ingratitude of Israel unto God for his benefits.
||God's mercy toward them.
||Israel's falsehood and Judah's fidelity.
|Hosea chapter 12|
||A reproof of Ephraim, Judah, and Jacob.
||By former favours he exhorts to repentance.
||Ephraim's sins provoke God.
|Hosea chapter 13|
||Ephraim's glory vanishes.
||The judgment of Samaria.
|Hosea chapter 14|
||An exhortation to repentance.
||A promise of God's blessing.