Hosea 4:15-Hosea 5:15 - Warnings For Israel And Judah

15 Though unchaste art thou, O Israel, let not Judah, become guilty, neither let them enter Gilgal, nor go up to Beth-aven, and then swear, By the life of Yahweh! 16 For, as a heifer that is stubborn, hath Israel, been stubborn, - Now, can Yahweh, turn them out to pasture, like a young ram in a wide place? 17 Mated with idols, is Ephraim, let him alone. 18 Their drinking-bout, having passed, - they became, unchaste, they loved wildly, a contempt, became her great men. 19 The wind hath bound her up in its wings, - that they may be ashamed, because of their sacrifices.

1 Hear ye this - O priests, and attend, O house of Israel, and ye, House of the King, give ear, for, to you, pertaineth the sentence, - for, a snare, have ye been to Mizpah, and a net spread on Tabor. 2 And, a slaughter, have apostates deeply designed, - though, I, was a rebuker to them all. 3 I, have known Ephraim, and, Israel, hath not been hidden from me, - for, now, hast thou committed unchastity, O Ephraim, Israel, hath made himself impure. 4 Their doings, will not suffer, them to return unto their God, - for, the spirit of unchastity, is within them, and, Yahweh, have they not known. 5 Therefore will the Excellency of Israel, answer, to his face, - and, Israel and Ephraim, shall stumble in their iniquity, even Judah with them, hath stumbled. 6 With their flocks and with their herds, will they go to seek Yahweh, but shall not find him; he hath withdrawn himself from them. 7 With Yahweh, have they dealt treacherously, for, to alien children, have they given birth, - now, a new moon, shall devour them, with their portions.

8 Blow ye a horn in Gibeah, a trumpet in Ramah, - sound an alarm at Beth-aven, behind thee, O Benjamin! 9 Ephraim, shall become, a desolation, in the day of rebuke: Throughout the tribes of Israel, have I hide known what is sure. 10 The rulers of Judah have become as they who remove a land-mark. Upon them, will I pour out, like water, my wrath. 11 Oppressed, is Ephraim, crushed in judgment, - because he hath, wilfully, walked after falsehood. 12 But, I, was like a moth, to Ephraim, - and like rotten wood to the house of Judah. 13 When Ephraim, saw, his injury, and Judah his wound, then went Ephraim unto Assyria, and Judah sent unto a hostile king, - yet, he, cannot heal you, nor will the wound, remove from you. 14 For, I, will be as a lion unto Ephraim, and as a young lion to the house of Judah, - I, I, will tear in pieces, and depart, I will carry off, and none be able to rescue. 15 I will depart, will return unto my place! till what time they acknowledge their guilt, and seek my face, - In their trouble, will they make for me diligent search.