2. Fill in the blanks: Hosea promised Israel that " After -------- days [the Lord] will revive us; On the
----- day He will raise us up."
3. Multiple choice:Which prophet likened Israel's eagerness to follow false gods to "an oven heated by a baker" with an unturned cake in it? (a) Isaiah; (b) Jonah; or (c) Hosea.
1. False (Hos.5:5,10; 6:4)
2. Two---third (Hos. 6:2) Hosea was not making literal time references. He was saying that Israel's punishment was not permanent and that soon they could expect the restoring work of God to begin.
3. (c) Hosea (Hos. 7:4-8). Israel was so eager for false gods that her desire burned out of control.