I came across this verse this morning. 

After two days He will revive us;
     on the third day He will raise us up,
that we may live in His presence.

Hos 6:2

At least one commentary suggests that this is a reference to the resurrection of the Messiah. But this can't be the case because of the statement "After two days He will revive us". And note that the "us" is plural. As I was considering it's meaning, the "day equals a thousand years came to mind". This verse follows several chapters outlining God's rebuke and chastisement of Israel and Judah for their unfaithfullness. I could be wrong, but I believe the statement above is prophetic. The days mentioned represent a thousand years. There is a precedent:

But do not overlook this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

2 Pet 3:8

For a thousand years in your sight are but as yesterday when it is past, or as a watch in the night.

Ps 90:4

Israel ceased to be a nation in 70AD when Jerusalem was captured and destroyed by Roman legions. It was about 2000 years later when Israel became a nation again (May, 1948) - "After two days He will revive us".

I believe the following statement - "on the third day He will raise us up, that we may live in His presence" - is a reference to the millenium period. The establishment of the Kingdom of God on earth with Israel and Jerusalem restored.

Like so many of the other minor prophets, Israel, the "Day of the Lord", the "restoration of all things", and the kingdom of God are front and center. Note these verses in Hosea that describe this future kingdom.

“Therefore, behold, I will allure her
     and lead her to the wilderness,
     and speak to her tenderly.
There I will give back her vineyards
     and make the Valley of Achor
     into a gateway of hope.
There she will respond as she did
     in the days of her youth,
     as in the day she came up out of Egypt.
In that day,”
     declares the LORD,
“you will call Me ‘my Husband,’
     and no longer call Me ‘my Master.’
For I will remove from her lips the names of the Baals;
     no longer will their names be invoked.
On that day I will make a covenant for them
     with the beasts of the field and the birds of the air
     and the creatures that crawl on the ground.
And I will abolish bow and sword
     and weapons of war in the land,
     and will make them lie down in safety.
So I will betroth you to Me forever;
     I will betroth you in righteousness and justice,
     in loving devotion and compassion.
And I will betroth you in faithfulness,
     and you will know the LORD.”
“On that day I will respond—”
     declares the LORD—
“I will respond to the heavens,
     and they will respond to the earth.
And the earth will respond to the grain,
     to the new wine and oil,
     and they will respond to Jezreel.
And I will sow her as My own in the land,
     and I will have compassion on ‘No Compassion.’
I will say to those called ‘Not My People,’
     ‘You are My people,’
and they will say,
     ‘You are my God.’ ”

Hosea 2:14-23

So, if this is a correct interpretation,

After two days [two thousand years] He will revive us [Israel],

then this is just one more of many statements indicating that we are sitting right on the very edge of:

"on the third day [millenium] He will raise us up, that we may live in His presence"

the establishment of the kingdom of God - on earth.