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  • The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Apr 3, 2019
     | 5,024 views

    It is sad when someone gets to a place in life where the misery of others brings satisfaction. Rather than desiring repentance and restoration, a desire to see judgment can outweigh compassion.

    The Pouting Prophet Jonah 4: 1-11 We have discovered an interesting journey while studying the book of Jonah. The prophet’s life was filled with several twists and turns after hearing the call to go to Nineveh. Initially making the decision to flee from God, Jonah soon discovered such an endeavor ...read more

  • Recovering From Resentment

    Contributed by Chris Beam on Aug 29, 2015
     | 7,108 views

    In this final chapter, we will see that Jonah struggled with resentment Sometimes we may find ourselves in a similar situation. And so the question that I want God’s Word to answer for us today is, how do we recover from resentment?

    Recovering from Resentment Jonah 4:1-11 This morning we’re going to look at the conclusion of the book of Jonah. Now I have to admit, I was tempted to stop where we left off last week…where we saw the outpouring of God’s Spirit through the revival in Nineveh. That seems like a ...read more

  • What Kind Of God We Have

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015
     | 3,916 views

    WHAT KIND OF GOD WE HAVE

    WHAT KIND OF GOD WE HAVE JONAH 4: I. JEHOVAH'S ATTRIBUTES v.2 for I knew that thou art a gracious God, and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repentest thee of the evil. I. The Grace Of God. v 2 for I knew that thou art a gracious God Seen In HIS ...read more

  • Do You Have The Right To Be Angry? Series

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Jul 1, 2010
    based on 9 ratings
     | 7,746 views

    Do we always have the right to be angry? Why do we get angry over the wrong things?

    Text: Jonah 4:1-11 Title: HAVE YOU ANY RIGHT TO BE ANGRY? Introduction Today we are finishing up our series LIVING WITHOUT REGRETS based on the book of Jonah. As we look today at Cchapter 4 we are going to see a side of Jonah that’s very un-Jonah like. • Jonah’s name ...read more

  • Temper Tantrum Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Dec 6, 2010
     | 4,080 views

    A study of chapter 4 verses 1 through 11

    Jonah 4: 1 – 11 Temper Tantrum 1 But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he became angry. 2 So he prayed to the LORD, and said, “Ah, LORD, was not this what I said when I was still in my country? Therefore I fled previously to Tarshish; for I know that You are a gracious and ...read more

  • Consider The Price Of The Comfort Zone...

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on May 18, 2016
     | 7,578 views

    How easy is it to lose sight of your goal and start seeing the obstacles? We study Jonah's love of the comfort zone and the cost of stubborn will.

    CONSIDER THE PRICE OF THE COMFORT ZONE By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com SEEMS LIKE IT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO STAY FOCUSED IN LIFE --- EVERYTHING CAN BECOME A DISTRATION --- AND YOU LOSE SIGHT OF THE GOAL... Have you ever been driving down the road and get ...read more

  • The Right Concern

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 24, 2002
    based on 236 ratings
     | 44,949 views

    God is passionate for all people.

    THE RIGHT CONCERN Jonah 4 S: God’s compassion Th: My Life as God’s Light Pr: GOD IS PASSIONATE FOR ALL PEOPLE ?: How? How is it revealed? KW: Stages TS: We will find in Jonah 4, four stages which reveal God’s passion for all people. The _____ stage which reveals God’s passion for all ...read more

  • Games People Play

    Contributed by James Wilson on Nov 23, 2000
    based on 208 ratings
     | 3,988 views

    The authentic Christian doesn't play lame games

    Games People Play Jonah 4:1-11 I hope you've enjoyed our study of Jonah these past few weeks as much as I have. I don't know about you, but I've related to Jonah's mistakes. When he tried to outrun God, I thought of times when I've been out of the Lord's will and resisted His Word. When He ...read more

  • A Pouting Prophet

    Contributed by James Wilson on Nov 23, 2000
    based on 175 ratings
     | 3,260 views

    When Jonah didn't get his way, he became a pouting prophet.

    A Pouting Prophet Jonah 4:1-3 Last week we left Jonah right after the city of Nineveh repented and God relented. God used his brief message, (5 Hebrew words) to penetrate the hearts of the people of Nineveh. The people spread the message like wild fire. When the word reached the king, he ...read more

  • Letting God Play His Role

    Contributed by Nestor Menjivar on Jun 9, 2002
    based on 137 ratings
     | 1,609 views

    Christians need to let God play his role, while they do their part in reaching the world.

    Letting God play his role Jonah 4: 1-11 Intro: Playing church - Kids play house & take on the role of mom, dad, others… - Many play church & forget that the role of God is taken Read Jonah chapter 4 From these verses we get truths that show the real spirit & nature of man - People ...read more

  • Have You Totally Lost Your Gourd?

    Contributed by Val Black on Nov 16, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 5,676 views

    We can learn some things from the story of Jonah. We don’t have to go through the experience of being swallowed by a whale. But we’re going to have to lose some of the "gourds" in our lives. What is a gourd? It’s anything we value more than our Lord.

    Have You Totally Lost Your Gourd? Sunday a.m., April 6, 2003 Jonah 4:1-11 But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry. 2 And he prayed unto the LORD, and said, I pray thee, O LORD, was not this my saying, when I was yet in my country? Therefore I fled before unto Tarshish: ...read more

  • Disappointment: Crop Failure Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Jun 2, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,196 views

    Jonah knows God, but he is unpracticed in God. This righteous man ends up disappointed with God. How did that come about?

    Here we are in chapter four of the book of Jonah, the end of the story, things haven’t turned out the way Jonah expected, have they? He has seen nothing but disappointment. He was told by God to go to a place he didn’t want to go to and deliver a message he didn’t want to deliver to a people who ...read more

  • Do You Have Good Reason To Be Angry With God? Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Sep 26, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,844 views

    Our relationship with God flourishes when we become passionate about what God is passionate about.

    Do You Have Any Good Reason to be Angry With God? Jonah: It’s More Than Just a Fish Story Series Sept. 3, 2006 FBC, Chester Mike Fogerson, Pastor Introduction: A A new resident was walking down a street and noticed a man struggling with a washing ...read more

  • A Testimonial From Jonah: The Unwilling Missionary

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Feb 2, 2003
    based on 37 ratings
     | 7,546 views

    A first person narrative sermon in which the person of Jonah encourages his hearers to share God’s saving message with an attitude of compassion.

    Grace and peace to you from God our Father and our Lord Jesus Christ, Today we consider what our Lord says to us through the prophet Jonah. Dear friends in Jesus, the Messiah, Thank you for this opportunity to speak to you concerning my work as a missionary and evangelist. My name is ...read more

  • Jonah Sulks Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Nov 4, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,113 views

    Jonah’s heart is revealed as not right and God is concerned with the conversion of people more than we are.

    Jonah 4 What makes you angry? Do you get angry very easily? Anger is such an important emotion but it is also a very revealing emotion. It tells us something is wrong – the problem is it does not tell us if the thing which is wrong is outside or inside us. We get angry because something is not ...read more