Ezekiel 37 Institute – teaching on the Minor Prophets – Hosea Part Two

Here is the sixth video in our new twelve-part video series – teaching on the Minor Prophets – being released on our YouTube channel. Once a week, we are releasing a new episode from this series. Eight of the Twelve Minor Prophets will be presented by Avner Boskey from a Messianic Jewish and Israeli viewpoint. Four of the prophetic books will have two video sessions each, while the other four books will be covered in one video each.

The sixth video is ‘The Prophet Hosea – Part Two’ https://youtu.be/7OF2z8qUIw8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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