Description: Our passage this morning shows us two things about God. The first is that God never gives up on His people, He has a tenacious grip on us… and the second is that God’s amazing plan of redemption is larger than most of us think. God will redeem all of His creation and reverse the curse of sin.
Description: The book of Jonah is a highly unusual book. There is no other book like it within both the minor and major prophets. It’s unusual in that the prophetic message is not what’s important but rather the narrative that surrounds it.
Description: Theologians talk about two types of repentance: attrition and contrition. Attrition is false repentance and usually is only a change in outward actions with no change in heart. While contrition is a change in outward actions driven from a change in the heart. Contrition is heart-felt sorrow over sin. In this sermon we will look at examples of both attrition and contrition from the way that Jonah reacted to God’s word compared to the reaction of the Ninevites.
Description: If the only section of Jonah we had was section three, it would be an entirely different book. But God has seen fit to preserve for us chapters 1, 2, and 4 and thereby display for us His amazing grace and mercy and His ability to use even weak and failing men to accomplish great things for His glory. God is the God of the Crushed. God uses the Crushed to Accomplish Great Things
Description: The second section of the book of Jonah (chapters 3-4) begins in much the same fashion as the first section. In the first 2 verses we glean three important things about the way God extends His grace toward sinners. We see how God extended His grace toward Jonah and how He continues to extend His grace toward sinners today.
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