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  • Sovereign Grace In Nineveh - Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Mar 19, 2019

    After Jonah survived being swallowed by a great fish, God graciously came to him a second time revealing His plan for Nineveh. God could have abandoned Jonah for his disobedience, and yet He was patient and faithful.

    Sovereign Grace in Nineveh (Part 1) Jonah 3: 1-10 The harrowing ordeal for Jonah, being within the belly of the great fish for three days, had finally ended. He found himself alive and well, standing on dry ground. Following his miraculous deliverance, Jonah was again confronted by the Lord. He more

  • "Should I Be Concerned About Nineveh?"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jan 21, 2018

    Should we be concerned about people who are merciless? The sermon addresses that question.

    “Should I Be Concerned about Nineveh?” Jonah 3:1-5, 10 1. Jonah is told by God "TO GO" Go to the city of Nineveh • Go Preach against it because of its wickedness. They had humiliated and crushed the Israelites, then stripped them of their culture and their more

  • The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Apr 2, 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

  • The World's Worst Missionary Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Jan 4, 2015
    based on 6 ratings

    This sermon has four points. 1. God's Call Is UNPREDICTABLE, 2. God's Call Is UNCOMFORTABLE, 3. God's Grace Is INCOMPREHENSIBLE, 4. How We respond to God's call MATTERS

    Jonah's Journey: The World's Worst Missionary Today we are going to begin a new study. We are going to make our way through the book of Jonah. As we begin our journey with Jonah, let’s clarify one point. Jonah is not the hero of the story. God is! At the beginning Jonah is running from more

  • When You're Angry With God, Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Nov 16, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    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 more

  • God's Grace To The Gentiles

    Contributed by Pastor Dre on Apr 11, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    God's Call, God's Grace and God's Love...

    God's Grace to the Gentiles Jonah 1 This morning I would like to take a study into the book of Jonah. This book has a lot of good stuff in it, just to name a few: 1. God's Call - God calls Jonah to go to Nineveh and cry out against it. Preach. 2. God's Grace - Jonah doesn't want to go, but God more

  • Powerful Thoughts From The Journey Of Jonah

    Contributed by Peter Pilt on Apr 16, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Five Powerful truths that we can learn from the experience of Jonah.

    400 kilometers west of Baghdad lies Mosul, but you’ve probably heard it by another name: Nineveh. The town, once home to the foremost research universities in the Middle East, today lies in ruins by it’s most recent caretakers, ISIL, who devastated the city during their reign of terror and who also more

  • Jonah Obeys Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Sep 10, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The message is simple, the time urgent and Jonah obeys.

    JONAH 3 JONAH OBEYS I want you to watch a short video clip – you have seen it before – it contains words from people to do with fulfilling the command of Christ to take the gospel to the world. Those words are striking. I also found them haunting and challenging. I want you, if you can, to more

  • The Stubborn Evangelist: Part 3 Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on May 23, 2021

    Had he been your employee you would have fired him. Would you take an officer who has just been court-martialed and immediately give him command of a post? Yet, notice the amazing patience God has for Jonah.

    Today we continue a four part series entitled Jonah: The Stubborn Evangelist. Jonah is also a man on the run from his responsibility – to share the message of God’s mercy to others. And this is what Jonah is really about – first experiencing God’s mercy and then extending God’s mercy. And it’s more

  • How Dare You Be Merciful!!! Series

    Contributed by Carl Willis on Mar 6, 2006
    based on 9 ratings

    Jonah knew God’s grace, but he didn’t want God to be merciful. Jonah complains in anger, but God responds with another lesson in grace.

    Jonah 4:1 (NLT) This change of plans upset Jonah, and he became very angry. Unrighteous Anger • Jonah did not want to see the Gentiles spared – He did not want to share God’s message – The Israelites were God’s people, there was no room for anyone else • Jonah had forsaken God’s call for His more

  • Jonah - Messenger To Nineveh (1:1-4:11) Series

    Contributed by Rodney Fry on Aug 4, 2009
    based on 24 ratings

    We now come to the most well known of "The Minor Prophets": Jonah, whose name means "Dove"

    Jonah - Messenger To Nineveh (1:1-4:11) INTRODUCTION 1. We now come to the most well known of "The Minor Prophets": Jonah, whose name means "Dove" 2. His book does not contain prophecy per se, rather it contains the history of a prophet... a. A prophet reluctant to fulfill the mission more

  • A Whale Of A Tale

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Apr 12, 2015

    The people of Nineveh really were terrible godless, violent sinners. Just the kind of people that God loved and wanted to save.

    A whale of a tale Jonah 3:1-5 NIV 1 Then the word of the LORD came to Jonah a second time: 2 Go to the great city of Nineveh and proclaim to it the message I give you. 3 Jonah obeyed the word of the LORD and went to Nineveh. Now Nineveh was a very important city--a visit required three days. 4 more

  • Jonah Running For God Series

    Contributed by Tim Richards on Nov 30, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    The 3rd sermon in a series on Jonah.

    Introduction: 1. This morning we look at the third chapter of Jonah. I’ve reviewed the basic outline of the book with you at the beginning of each sermon because by the time we finish the book I want you to be able to think through Jonah and have a basic understanding of what the book is about. more

  • The Greatest Revival Ever Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Jan 28, 2015
    based on 7 ratings

    This sermon has five points: 1. Obedience To God Is ALWAYS IMPORTANT 2. Obedience To God Is NOT ALWAYS EASY 3. Obedience To God Is SIMPLE 4. Obedience To God PRODUCES FANTASTIC RESULTS 5. Obedience To God MAKES GOD SMILE

    The Greatest Revival Ever When we last left Jonah he was praying. At the end of his prayer the Bible says: Then the LORD commanded the fish, and it vomited Jonah up onto the dry land. Jonah 2:10 (NASB) What would you do if you were Jonah at this point? His life had been spared. No longer more

  • God Saves Jonah, Nineveh, And Us.

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Aug 28, 2020

    The story of Jonah tells the story of God rescuing Jonah, not FROM a whale, but BY a whale. It tells of God reaching out to one of the cruellest people in history, the Assyrians. And it prefigures the story of God reaching out to us, through Christ.

    GOD SAVES JONAH, NINEVEH, AND US We’re in a series ‘Bible Stories for Grown-Ups.’ Today, we’re looking at the story of Jonah. I’m going to assume most of us are fairly familiar with the story of Jonah and not spend time revisiting it. I’m going to look at the story under three headings: the more