8th April 2018: Hosea 1:1-2; Scandalous Grace.
The first sermon in a series looking at the Prophet Hosea at HCC. Discover the background and context of the Old Testament times in Israel and Judah and the message of Hosea. More importantly learn of the extravagant scandalous grace the God gives to His people.
15th April 2018: Hosea 1:1-11; What’s in a Name?
The second sermon in a series looking at the Prophet Hosea at HCC. Discover the message that God sends His people through the names of Hosea’s children and the wonderful message God sends us by adopting us and naming us “Children of the Living God”
22nd April 2018: Hosea 2:1-13; The Love of God for Sinners
Continuing our series in Hosea, looking at the love God has for sinners and the way He restores them. Learn that, even though our good attempts at restoration may seem to fail, it is always God, by His Spirit, through Jesus, that brings the sinner back
6th May 2018: Hosea 2:14-23; When God Loves an Adulterer
The fourth sermon in our series in Hosea, looking at the incredible response God has for spiritually adulterous people, and the way He promises to allure them, establish them and restore the relationship with Him.
13th May 2018: Hosea 3:1-5; To Love like the Lord
It’s not always easy to love, but the Lord show us how much He loves His people in this passage, and just what He has planned to do from all eternity to show that love to us.
20th May 2018: Hosea 3:3-5; Love is long sanctifying Road
Love is going to take a long road, it’s going to work in holiness, and when it does it ends up in worship – and it’s all because of Christ. Find out about Hosea’s picture of God’s love in this sermon.
27th May 2018: Hosea 4:1-19; What Happens With Bad Preaching?
As we move from the illustrative story of Hosea and Gomer into the reality of God’s charge against His people, we see the destruction that comes when the spiritual leaders separate the proclamation of the true grace and mercy of God from their worship and teaching.
3rd June 2018: Hosea 5:1-15; When church leaders are wolfish
What is God’s response when the leaders of the nation or the church act like wolves looking to oppress His people. See ultimately that He provides a King to protect them and a Shepherd to lead them.