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  • "Let It Go" Series

    Contributed by Brad Henry on Oct 20, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    The last part of the book of Jonah is all about attitude. God used Jonah to help save the Ninevites. Now Jonah is mad because he disliked the Ninevites. No matter how bad we may feel about our enemies we need to see them saved as WE ALL were once enemies

    Our final lesson on Jonah is all about attitude. Jonah 3:10 “When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, he had compassion and did not bring upon them the destruction he had threatened.” This is why Jonah fled in the first place. He did not want God to 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

  • The School Of Grace Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Oct 12, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    This is the final in a 4 week series on Jonah. God pursued Jonah, God developed Jonah, God used Jonah and now He is schooling Jonah. Jonah cannot see beyond himself in order to offer compassion to Nineveh.

    Intro: All of us want to know that others are concerned about us. When people don’t appear to be concerned about our pain and problems we think they don’t care. What God is telling Jonah today is that He is concerned about all His creation. God is especially concerned about those more

  • That Story Is Hard To Swallow!

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Sep 8, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Maybe one of the reasons we don’t pray for our enemies or witness to them (The ones who have hurt us, talked about us, lied about us, been mean to us) is, because deep down inside, we are afraid that they will repent and God will forgive them instead of punish them!!

    Jonah 4:1-11-But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he became angry. 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 merciful God, slow to anger and more

  • The Program Of Self Vs A Greater Than Jonah! Series

    Contributed by Victor Ramlall on Oct 31, 2013

    God give an object lesson in His mercy and nondiscrimination concerning salvation to all and exposes Jonah's lack of grace.

    Jonah Chapter 4 If I am allowed to headline the four chapters one maybe humorous way would be like this: Politically perverse prophet purposefully pursued by God Prayerfully penitent prophet precisely protected by God Powerfully preaching prophet pointedly pushed by God more

  • Why Does Jonah Love A Plant More Than An Unsaved City?”

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jan 7, 2014

    A look at four ways that we put our comfort above the unsaved.

    WHICH IS A HIGHER PRIORITY FOR ME: My comfort or God’s compassion? - Jonah 4:5-9. - Verse 6 tells us that Jonah is “very happy” about the vine. - Verses 8 and 9 tells us that the destruction of the vine puts Jonah is such a bad state of mind that he wishes he was dead. more

  • The Reluctant, Rebellious, Pouting Prophet: Jonah Chapter 4 Series

    Contributed by Pastor Jeff Hughes on Feb 16, 2014

    One would think that when an evangelist comes to a large city and practically the entire city repents and comes to faith, that the evangelist would be jumping up and down with joy to God. Not this prophet...

    The Reluctant, Rebellious, Pouting Prophet: Jonah Chapter 4 Today's message is the final in a four part series on the book of Jonah. Turn to page 1325 in your pew Bibles to Jonah chapter 4. If you have your own Bible, it is after Obadiah and before Micah in the Old Testament. So far, more

  • Why Care? Series

    Contributed by Ed Sasnett on Nov 14, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    We are to share God's passion for reaching the nations.

    Title: Why Care? Text: Jonah 4:1-11 Truth: We are to share God’s passion for reaching the nations. Aim: I want believers to express this passion by praying for missionaries and giving to missions. Life Question: Why should I care whether others hear God’s message of more

  • Jonah's Pity Party

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 7, 2014

    Jonah as both an unwilling and angry prophet, filled with self-pity.

    Over the edge. That is where so many employers seem to be pushing their workers these days. Perhaps you have felt it yourself. You work hard, sometimes too hard in what seems like 24/7 and even then the work just never stops. Your job drains you, mentally, physically and even spiritually. You put more

  • Are You Having A Spiritual Temper Tantrum Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on May 26, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    God chooses who gets His grace.

    Are You Having A Spiritual Temper Tantrum? Text: Jonah 4:1-11 Introduction 1. Illustration: At the beginning of a new year, a high school principal decided to post his teachers’ new year’s resolutions on the bulletin board. As the teachers gathered around the bulletin board, a great more

  • What Kind Of God We Have

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015


    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 more

  • Frustrated And Forsaken

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015


    Jonah 4:1-11 FRUSTRATED AND FORSAKEN I. THE DISPLEASURE OF THE PROPHET. 1 But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry. A. He Was Displeased With more

  • "The 4 Problems Of The Prophet”

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015
    based on 1 rating


    Jonah 4:1-11 "THE 4 PROBLEMS OF THE PROPHET” I. JONAH HAD A PROBLEM WITH HIS PRIDE 1 But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry. A. The Strong Passion Of His Anger - it displeased Jonah exceedingly 1. The Cause Of His Displeasure “But it…” 2. The more

  • Jonah's Problem

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Jonah's Problem

    Jonah 4 1. Jonah's Prayer v's 1-4 Note His :- (a) Frustration In Prayer 1 But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry. “It was evil to Jonah, a great more

  • Man's Justice Series

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Mar 6, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    One thing evident about the story of Jonah is that his assignment to Nineveh was not so much about what Nineveh needed to learn as what Jonah needed to learn; so it is with us.

    Jonah 4:3-11 Man’s Justice 11/23/14 D. Marion Clark Introduction Parents, have you ever heard a version of this statement? “My life is so terrible, I wish I were dead!” God had to deal with such an attitude from his prophet Jonah. Text We saw Jonah’s initial more