Hosea shows us how God feels about His people
Tim Chester is a pastor with Grace Church, Boroughbridge, a faculty member of Crosslands Training and the author of over 40 books. He has written on a wide variety of subjects, and cares deeply about making the link between theology and practice clear to his readers. He is also Chairman of the Trustees for Keswick Ministries.
This fresh, readable, insightful commentary will lead you to worship a God who is jealous for our affections, and loves us too much to leave us sitting comfortably in apathy! Christians cannot fail to profit from this sound and exciting read.-- Jeremy McQuoid
In his commentary Tim Chester has left few scholarly stones unturned yet we are not invited to behave as academic spectators on the text ...difficult issues are not avoided and the prophet's ministry is unerringly allowed to lead us to Christ ...The prayer that accompanies this commentary is that it might stir our passion for God and his ways and to that we add our 'amen'.-- Ken Armstrong
This is an excellent commentary on an under-preached part of
God's word. It is exegetically faithful so that there is a clear
sense of what this would have meant to Hosea and his
contemporaries. Moreover, it treats Hosea as Christian Scripture,
and each part of the commentary takes us clearly to the Lord Jesus.
This book has deepened my love for the One who first loved me, and
I think it is a valuable addition to the existing commentaries on
... the latest addition to the 'Focus on the Bible' series, reveals God's passion for His glory and His people's good.-- CBA Magazine