The Book of Hosea explained in Four Short Volumes by Yair Davidiy
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We have prepared a four-part series of separate books dealing with subjects discussed in the Book of Hosea.
The books follow the order of chapters in Hosea BUT deal with separate subjects.
You do not need to have read the previous books in order to appreciate any one of the others.
There are four books that we have published built around the Biblical Book of Hosea. The Book of Hosea as a guideline for Prophecies about the Lost Ten Tribes but Most Prophecies concerning them in Scripture are touched upon.
Each book is a unit within its own right and deals with subjects of its own.
In addition to speaking of the content matter in Hosea several other Biblical themes of Brit-Am significance are discussed.
Here are some more details concerning the different books:
"Hebrew Bride. Hosea-1," deals with Hosea chapters 1 & 2.
"Hebrew Bride. Hosea-1," discusses the predicted federation of the Lost Ten Tribes with a group of other peoples known collectively as "Gomer."
This amalgamation was destined to move to Western Europe. The situation of the Tribes before their Exile and the early movements of the Tribes towards the west are described.
"Lost Hebrews Found. Hosea-2" deals with Hosea chapters 3,4,5,6,7,8.
This word concentrates on Prophecies concerning the Exile followed by the Future Redemption of both Judah and the Ten Tribes especially. The Jewish return to the Holy Land and religious issues connected with this are also considered. The account is interwoven with matters regarding the contribution of "Ephraim" (i.e. the "Ten Tribes") to Zionism and establishing the State of Israel.
"Hebrew Destiny. Hosea-3," concentrates on Hosea chapters 9,10,11.
There are Criteria explaining why we focus on certain Western Peoples as descendants of Israel while omitting others. It was Prophesied that the forces of Islam would pose a serious threat to Ephraim in the End Times! The Bible calls upon Judah and Joseph to re-unite. Judah and Joseph have different tasks. The causes of the initial separation (and the need to rectify them) as described by Hosea are also discussed.
"Hebrew Salvation. Hosea-4" focuses on Hosea chapters 12, 13, 14.
Deals with the sins of Ephraim, i.e. the Ten Tribes.. The future Repentance and Salvation of Ephraim. The Migratory trail of the Dolmens. This work also contains Revelations concerning Ephraim in the Writings of Rabbi Moshe David Valle, Italy, from the 1700s.
NOTE: The books deal with important issues. They are designed in such a way as it is hoped will make reading them easy and enjoyable, as well as edifying.