Contributed on Aug 16, 2010
In chapter one of the book of Jonah, we learn some important lessons about rebellion against God.
The story of Jonah and the whale is one with which most of us have been familiar since we were children. But it should not be thought of as a story only for children. This little book contains some very important lessons for adults as well. Each chapter teaches an important lesson. In chapter ...read more
Contributed on Aug 19, 2010
In Jonah, chapter two, we read about how Jonah repented of his rebellion and was restored to a place right fellowship with God.
Last time, we looked to chapter one, where we learned about the true nature of rebellion - rebellion involves our choosing to no longer walk with God but to run away from God. We also learned that the terrible consequences of rebellion are that we experience a loss of fellowship as well as a loss ...read more
Contributed on Aug 30, 2010
In Jonah chapter three, we read a story of revival.
In Jonah, chapter one, we read a story of rebellion. In chapter two, we read a story of repentance. Today, as we turn our attention to chapter three of the book of Jonah, we find a story of revival. (READ TEXT) Jonah went to Nineveh and declared God’s word to the people. In response, the ...read more
Contributed on Sep 8, 2010
How is it possible for believers, or even entire congregations to sideline themselves and keep from being part of what God is doing?
Each chapter of Jonah has a story to tell. In chapter one, we read a story of rebellion. In chapter two, we read a story of repentance. In chapter three, we read a story of revival. Now, let’s look to chapter four. (READ TEXT) We would think the story of Jonah would have ended on the high ...read more