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  • Should I Not Be Concerned Series

    Contributed by Stephen Sheane on Sep 2, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    Jonah was concerned for God's plan and God's plant when he should have been concerned for God's people.

    SHOULD I NOT BE CONCERNED? Years ago, there was found in an African mine the most magnificent diamond in the world's history. It was presented to the king of England to blaze in his crown. The king sent it to Amsterdam to be cut. It was put into the hands of an expert gem cutter. And do you know more

  • Jonah - The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Feb 6, 2015
    based on 6 ratings

    This sermon looks at chapter four of Jonah and his attitude toward God. In this final sermon of the series we find: 1. God Loves PEOPLE 2. God's Plan For Saving People Involves PEOPLE 3. God's Willing To Do Whatever It Takes To Save PEOPLE

    Journey Of Jonah - The Pouting Prophet A new resident to the community was walking down a street and noticed a man struggling with a washing machine at the doorway of his house. When the newcomer volunteered to help, the homeowner was overjoyed. The two men began working on the bulky appliance more

  • Games People Play

    Contributed by James Wilson on Nov 23, 2000
    based on 208 ratings

    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 more

  • Jonah: The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by David Nolte on Oct 24, 2018

    Jonah is mad becxause God spared Nineveh

    “Jonah: The Pouting Prophet” Jonah 4:1-11 David P. Nolte A man of petulant disposition demanded two eggs for breakfast one morning. His wife meekly asked, “How would you like them cooked?” He testily replied, “Fry one sunny-side-up and scramble the other!” In due time the eggs were more

  • The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Apr 3, 2019

    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 more

  • Who Was God Trying To Catch?

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Sep 10, 2019

    Many times when we read the story of Jonah, our focus is on the significance of the great fish. But should that be our focus? This message looks at the message of Jonah that we often miss.

    Tonight, we’re going to have an opportunity to get into a story that’s very familiar to all of us. But I want to look at it from the vantage point of “Who was God trying to catch?” The Holy Spirit speaks to each one of us and He speaks to us individually with words specifically to us. But there more

  • Angry At God

    Contributed by Paul Sterrett on Apr 1, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    What are the danger signs that we have become angry or embittered towards God?

    ANGRY AT GOD Jonah 4:1-11 INTRODUCTION I would direct your attention this morning to the OT Book of Jonah as we consider the life of a man who was ANGRY AT GOD. It may seem odd to you for us to be dealing with the topic of being angry with God on the Sunday of Thanksgiving more

  • The Vine, A Place To Grow

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Aug 29, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    This is a message for Junior age campers at an evening vespers service, dealing with Jonah chapter 4 as Jonah waits for God to destroy the wicked city of Nineveh

    Jonah chapter 4: The vine-a place to grow Intro: In our last lesson from Chapter 3 of Jonah, we saw Jonah obediently follow God’s call to go to Nineveh and to preach against all the evil that was going on there. Naturally, we remember that it took a storm and a great fish to get Jonah more

  • The Right Concern

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 24, 2002
    based on 236 ratings

    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 more

  • Pleasure While They Perish

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    The need to consider the plight of the unsaved

    “Pleasure While They Perish” Jonah 4 Intro: Can I make a confession to you? I am not the most patient person in the world. There are some areas where I can be extremely patient. But there are some times I tend to have very little patience. For example, am I the only one who gets upset more

  • Mad About A Christmas Tree Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jul 28, 2003
    based on 26 ratings

    A sermon on Jonah 4 about how petty we can become when we focus on other things rather than the mission of the church

    Notes for Sermon 7/27/2003 Jonah 4:5-11 Introduction: The lady who got mad about the Christmas tree. WBTU: A. Read Jonah 4:5-11. B. How stupid and ridiculous to get mad about a vine. C. How stupid and ridiculous to get mad at God for Jonah’s mission was a success. D. Jonah’s mission. more

  • Praying In The Belly Of A Fish Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Jun 10, 2002
    based on 174 ratings

    Jonah’s prayer teaches to pray the Psalms in times of trouble. It also teaches us about God’s deliveramce.

    Jonah 2 Praying in the Belly of a Fish Three ministers were talking about prayer in general and the appropriate and effective positions for prayer. As they were talking, a telephone repairman was working on the phone system in the background. One minister shared that he felt the key was in the more

  • Letting God Play His Role

    Contributed by Nestor Menjivar on Jun 9, 2002
    based on 137 ratings

    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 more

  • Crawling Out Of The Anger Hole #2 Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Stratton on Aug 23, 2002
    based on 55 ratings

    This series examines some of the emotional holes we fall into and how we can crawl out.

    February 10, 2002 Jonah 4 “Crawling Out of the Anger Hole” In a biography of the life of Mikey Mantle there is a story told about a hunting trip that Mikey and Billy Martin took together in the off season in the early sixties. Mikey Mantle was known as much for his excesses as he was more

  • Lets Stop Our Anger With God

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Aug 30, 2002
    based on 14 ratings

    Have you ever been angry with God? Chances are you have. This sermon takes a look at the life of Jonah and how angry he got with God

    Jonah 4:1-11 Let’s Stop Our Anger Towards God Introduction A. Dramatic act about being angry with God. B. Background 1. Went to Nineveh 2. Nineveh repented 3. Jonah then becomes angry with God C. Purpose: To Get rid of anger towards God, and let God be God Jonah throwing a fit like more