Daily Bible Reading: Hosea 4-5

Hear the word of the LORD, O people of Israel! The LORD has brought charges against you, saying: “There is no faithfulness, no kindness, no knowledge of God in your land.”
Don’t point your finger at someone else and try to pass the blame! My complaint, you priests, is with you. So you will stumble in broad daylight, and your false prophets will fall with you in the night. And I will destroy Israel, your mother.
My people are being destroyed because they don’t know me. Since you priests refuse to know me, I refuse to recognize you as my priests. Since you have forgotten the laws of your God, I will forget to bless your children.
The more priests there are, the more they sin against me. They have exchanged the glory of God for the shame of idols. ​(Hosea 4:1, 4-7 NLT)
The people had developed faith in their religious activity, rather than God
I encourage you to read both of these chapters together. They are an indictment against Israel (the northern kingdom) for having turned their backs on God. The people had been led away from faith in God because the priests and prophets were not people with faith in God. Consequently, the people had developed faith in their religious activity, rather than God, the One to whom that activity should have directed them.
God often used prophets to encourage His people to stop, think, and redirect themselves. What would a prophet say to you today? Perhaps it would be something like this.
Consider your faith. Is your faith in Jesus Christ, or the religious activities of your church? Those ought to be related, but they are different. If your primary relationship is with your church instead of Christ, it is time for a serious reevaluation and redirection.