Sermon Series
  • 1. Running Back To God

    Contributed on Nov 22, 2007
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    With Jonah’s new purpose he is about to be used mightily. Do you desire to be used by God, but feel trapped in circumstances?

    We are looking at Jonah’s prayer as he prayed to God from an unlikely place, the stomach of a fish. To pray we must have faith in God. Sometimes we say there are no atheists in foxholes. Now we find out from Jonah that there are no atheists in fish bellies. Can you imagine what it would be ...read more

  • 2. A City Turned To God

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2007
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    The way God dealt with Jonah is the way he deals with every believer. God calls upon us to count the cost.

    A City Turned to God, Jonah 3:1-10 In the Book Hudson Taylor- God’s Man in China, the story is told of when Taylor was traveling by ship from Shangahi to Ningo. Among the passengers was one Chinese man who spent some years in England and went by the name of Peter, he was on Taylor’s heart, ...read more

  • 3. When You're Angry With God,

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2007
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    Nineveh may have been the largest number of people turning to God for the next 2,700 years. But it left Jonah angry at God.

    It was an event described simply as an awesome experience. There were 1.3 million people gathered. The year was 1974 and the place was Seoul, Korea. The gigantic crowd was gathered for what was called Explo ’74. Bill Bright of Campus Crusade for Christ described what it was like for him to ...read more

  • 4. When God Says Go

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2007
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    Running from God is disastrous. Following God brings peace. Even when the storms come we find peace in the will of God.

    A man’s car broke down on the side of the road. He flagged down a passing car. The driver stopped neither had jumper cables. She would need to push his car with her car with hers at a speed of 40 MPH. In this way they could push start his car. He looked in his rearview mirror to see what was ...read more