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  • And Ephraim has become like a pigeon that has been led astray, not having a heart; for they called upon Egypt, they went to the Assyrians. (Hosea 7, 11)

  • They returned so that they might be without a yoke. They have become like a deceitful bow. Their leaders will fall by the sword because of the madness of their words. This is their derision in the land of Egypt. (Hosea 7, 16)

  • They will offer victims, they will immolate flesh and will eat, and the Lord will not accept them. For now he will remember their iniquity, and he will repay their sins: they will be turned back to Egypt. (Hosea 8, 13)

  • They will not dwell in the land of the Lord. Ephraim has been returned to Egypt, and he has eaten polluted things among the Assyrians. (Hosea 9, 3)

  • For, behold, they have been sent away by devastation. Egypt will gather them together; Memphis will bury them. Nettles will inherit their desired silver; the burr will be in their tabernacles. (Hosea 9, 6)

  • Just as the morning passes, so has the king of Israel passed by. For Israel was a child and I loved him; and out of Egypt I called my son. (Hosea 11, 1)

  • He will not return to the land of Egypt, but Assur himself will be the king over him, because they were not willing to be converted. (Hosea 11, 5)

  • And they will fly like a bird out of Egypt, and like a dove from the land of the Assyrians. And I will arrange them in their own houses, says the Lord. (Hosea 11, 11)

  • Ephraim feeds on wind and follows burning heat; all day long he multiplies lies and desolation. And he has entered into a pact with the Assyrians, and he has carried oil into Egypt. (Hosea 12, 1)

  • And I, the Lord your God from the land of Egypt, nevertheless will cause you to dwell in tabernacles, just as during the days of the feast. (Hosea 12, 9)

  • Yet by a prophet the Lord led Israel out of Egypt, and he was served by a prophet. (Hosea 12, 13)

  • But I am the Lord your God from the land of Egypt, and you will not know God apart from me, and there is no Savior except me. (Hosea 13, 4)

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