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  • A Pouting Prophet

    Contributed by James Wilson on Nov 23, 2000
    based on 176 ratings

    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 didn't more

  • The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by Travis Markes on Nov 10, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon series on the Book of Jonah. Some of my resources come from John Hamby’s sermons as well as Jerry Giffords

    “Returning to God” “The Pouting Prophet” Jonah 4:1-11 Judith Viorst wrote a popular children’s book called Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. It’s about a little boy whose day starts out bad and goes downhill from there. He gets gum in his hair and gets his sweater wet in 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

  • The Pouting Prophet Series

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Nov 2, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    The mercy of God towards the people of Nineveh makes Jonah angry.

    The mercy of God towards the people of Nineveh makes Jonah angry. Jonah delivered the message, but Scripture does not state if he gave assistance or encouragement. In verses 1-4: For what reason did Jonah turn out to be so furious when God saved Nineveh? The Jews would have rather not shared 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

  • Jonah -- The Pouting Prophet

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Nov 19, 2002
    based on 31 ratings

    It is amzaing. Jonah gets down preaching the greatest revival messege and then he pouts. This sermon looks at the life of Jonah

    Jonah 1:1-4:11 Jonah – The Pouting Prophet Introduction A. When a team when a game it is funny to hear what they are going to say afterwards in the interview B. You can almost guess what they will say C. This is a total team effort, D. We gave 110%, I am proud of the guys E. I’m going to Disney more

  • The Parable Of The Pouting Son Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Apr 4, 2003
    based on 254 ratings

    This in-depth view of Prodigal Son parable focuses on the elder son and the bitterness and resentment he displayed upon his brother’s return and how we sometimes have the same inflated sense of goodness and faulty understanding of our Father’s grace.

    The Parable of the Pouting Son Luke 15:25-32 by David O. Dykes INTRODUCTION Over the last three weeks we have been looking at what has been called the Parable of the Prodigal Son. In this masterpiece, Jesus communicates several lessons. I believe the main point of this story is to show us what more

  • From Pouting To Shouting

    Contributed by Dr. Jeremy Simpson on Mar 11, 2007
    based on 44 ratings

    How God can turn around impossible Situations

    FROM POUTING TO SHOUTING--PSALM 13:1-6 Introduction: In this Psalm we see David’s emotions during the time when he was being hunted as a fugitive by Saul. His powers of endurance are almost gone. He feels that unless God acts quickly, his enemies will get the upper hand and he will go down in 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 one more

  • From Pouting To Shouting

    Contributed by John Gaston on Aug 24, 2022

    David went from despair and questioning God to victory and singing. His four "How Longs" were turned around by intercessory prayer and his resolution to no longer focus on his negative situations, but on the God who was on his side.

    FROM POUTING TO SHOUTING Psalm 13:1-6 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. “CHIPPIE THE PARAKEET NEVER saw it coming. The problems began when Chippie’s owner decided to clean Chippie’s cage with a vacuum cleaner. She removed the attachment from the end of the hose and stuck it in the cage. The phone rang, 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, we've more

  • Jonah Pouts - God Teaches Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on May 16, 2008

    Because of Jonah’s rebellion and disobedience to God’s will, Jonah couldn’t see what God was asking him to see. Are you looking for what God wants you to look for or is your vision blurred by selfish disobedience?

    (adapted from a message by Stuart Jones) TEXT: JONAH 4:1-11 TITLE: “JONAH POUTS – GOD TEACHES” OPEN: A. A five-year-old boy was having a difficult time being good. He didn’t want to do anything his mother asked him to do, he was defiant toward her authority, and he more

  • The Pouting Prophet And A Gracious God Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Jul 29, 2020

    Remember the big idea of Jonah: God is a God of extravagant grace, especially to those who least deserve it!

    A Pouting Prophet and a Gracious God - Jonah 4 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams Chenoa Baptist Church 9-29-19 Jonah 4 Redo If you will turn with me to Jonah four and will begin reading in verse one. When Jonah saw that all the people were fasting and crying out to God, he fell to his knees and more

  • How To Avoid A Pity Party

    Contributed by Damion Lowe on Jan 22, 2011

    We must learn to stop feeling sorry for ourselves and learn to see the blessings in life.

    “HOW TO AVOID A PITY PARTY” By Dr. Tom Wallace The Story Of The Prodigal’s Brother is one often missed by many preachers. Yet we find a great life lesson here about pouting and having a "pity party." Luke 15:25 - 32“ …and he was angry and would not go more

  • The Love Of God's Call Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on May 7, 2019

    Part 2 this is not about you. This book is about God and His call and pursuit of man. Especially the pouting prophet, Jonah.

    Intro: I want to remind you that this whale of a tale called the book of Jonah is not about a great big fish, a great big city or a grumpy old prophet. This book is about a Great big God that is willing to graciously deal with a disobedient, disgruntled, disgusted prophet. In this story of a more