Minor(ly Read) Prophets: a study of Hosea

As some of you may know, my favorite book of the bible is Habakkuk. From that has stemmed a heavy interest on the other minor prophets, in part due to the fact that many of these books are rarely mentioned in sermons and frankly, rarely read. This is my attempt towards an expository study of each of the thirteen books, starting with Hosea. This will be primarily for my own personal study and devotional time.

Coming soon.


One Response to “Minor(ly Read) Prophets: a study of Hosea”

  1. jennifercote Says:

    Hey, thanks for adding me to your blog roll! That’s awesome! Now I’m encouraged 🙂
    Also, congrats on trimming down/buffing up. Praise God. It’s good for us to be in the best shape possible to meet any of those opportunities God might have for us, right?
    Have an awesome day,

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