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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Hosea 6:8


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    King James Bible - Hosea 6:8

    Gilead is a city of them that work iniquity, and is polluted with blood.

    World English Bible

    Gilead is a city of those who
    work iniquity; it is stained with blood.

    Douay-Rheims - Hosea 6:8

    Galaad is a city of workers of idols, supplanted with blood.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Gilead is a city of them that
    work iniquity, and is polluted with blood.

    Original Hebrew

    גלעד
    1568 קרית 7151 פעלי 6466 און 205 עקבה 6121 מדם׃ 1818

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    VERSE (8) -
    Ho 12:11 Jos 21:38

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:8

    Galaad, ciudad de obradores de iniquidad, ensuciada de sangre.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Hosea 6:8

    Verse 8.
    Gilead is a city of them that work iniquity] In this place Jacob and Laban made their covenant, and set up a heap of stones, which was called Galeed, the heap of testimony; and most probably idolatry was set up here. Perhaps the very heap became the object of superstitious adoration.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 8.
    Gilead [is] a city of them that work iniquity , etc.] The chief city in the land of Gilead, which lay beyond Jordan, inhabited by Gad and Reuben, and the half tribe of Manasseh; and so belonged to the ten tribes, whose sins are here particularly observed. It had its name from the country, or the country from that, or both from the mountain of the same name. It is thought to be Ramothgilead, a city of refuge, and put for all the cities of refuge in those parts, which were inhabited by priests and Levites; and who ought to have had knowledge of the laws, and instructed the people in them, and observed them themselves, and set a good example to others; but, instead of this, the whole course of their lives, was vicious; they made a trade of sinning, did nothing else but work iniquity; and this was general among them, the city or cities of them consisted of none else; and all manner of iniquity was committed by them, particularly idolatry; for so the words may be rendered, “a city of them that serve an idol” f120 ; not only at Daniel and Bethel, but in the cities of the priests, idols were set up and worshipped; this shows the state to be very corrupt: [and is] polluted with blood ; with the blood of murderers harboured there, who ought not to have been admitted; or with the blood of such who were delivered up to the avenger of blood, that ought to have been sheltered, and both for the sake of money; or with the blood of children, sacrificed to Moloch: the word used has the signification of supplanting, lying in wait, and so is understood of a private, secret, shedding of blood, in a deceitful and insidious way: hence some render it, “cunning for blood” f121 ; to which the Targum seems to agree, calling it a city “of them that secretly or deceitfully shed innocent blood.”

    It has also the signification of the heel of a man’s foot, and is by some rendered, “trodden by blood” f122 ; that is, by bloody men: or “footed” or “heeled by blood” f123 ; that is, such an abundance of it was shed, that a man could not set his foot or his heel any where but in blood.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    The Divine judgments against Israel. (Hos. 5:1-7) Approachin desolations threatened. (Hos. 5:8-15)

    Hos. 5:1-7 The piercing eye of God saw secret liking and disposition to sin, the love the house of Israel had to their sins, and the dominio their sins had over them. Pride makes men obstinate in other sins. An as Judah was treading in the same steps, they would fall with Israel By dealing treacherously with the Lord, men only deceive themselves Those that go to seek the Lord with their flocks and their herds only and not with their hearts and souls, cannot expect to find him; no shall any speed who do not seek the Lord while he may be found. See ho much it is our concern to seek God early, now, while it is the accepte time, and the day of salvation.

    Hos. 5:8-15 The destruction of impenitent sinners is not mere talk, to frighten them, it is a sentence which will not be recalled. And it is mercy that we have timely warning given us, that we may flee from the wrath to come. Compliance with the commandments of men, who thwart the commandments of God, ripens a people for ruin. The judgments of God ar sometimes to a sinful people as a moth, and as rottenness, or as worm; as these consume the clothes and the wood, so shall the judgment of God consume them. Silently, they shall think themselves safe an thriving, but when they look into their state, shall find themselve wasting and decaying. Slowly, for the Lord gives them space to repent Many a nation; as well as many a person, dies of a consumption Gradually, God comes upon sinners with lesser judgments, to preven greater, if they will be wise, and take warning. When Israel and Juda found themselves in danger, they sought the protection of the Assyrians, but this only helped to make their wound the worse. The would be forced to apply to God. He will bring them home to himself, by afflictions. When men begin to complain more of their sins than of their afflictions, then there begins to be some hope of them; and when under the conviction of sin, and the corrections of the rod, we mus seek the knowledge of God. Those who are led by severe trials to see God earnestly and sincerely, will find him a present help and a effectual refuge; for with him is plenteous redemption for all who cal upon him. There is solid peace, and there only, where God is __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    גלעד 1568 קרית 7151 פעלי 6466 און 205 עקבה 6121 מדם׃ 1818


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