Sermons on Jonah

Sermons on Jonah

A City Convicted, A Servant Corrected

Jonah gets a second chance to carry out Gods work. And a great revival takes place in Ninevah. But it’s exactly what Jonah didn’t want to see happen. There’s some real attitude adjustments needed on Jonah, so God takes time to graciously work in Jonah. He’s much more concerned for the minister than the ministry! Bible Text: Jonah 3:1-4:11

The Prayer & Deliverance of Jonah

The rebellious, renegade, prophet ends up getting stopped in his tracks and finds himself in the belly of a great fish. That would definitely be a good time to pray, which is what Jonah does. And in his prayer we see a humbled man who is thanking God for not letting him perish in the sea. Bible Text: Jonah 2:1-10

The Grace Chase

Jonah is a man on the run. He’s running from having to go to Ninevah, and he’s running from God. Not only is he afraid of the Ninevites, but Jonah is actually afraid that God will show mercy to them and spare them. Not what Jonah wanted. He is the prodigal prophet. But God goes after him, and ultimately uses Jonah to give Ninevah an opportunity to repent. It’s the great grace chase! Bible Text: Jonah 1:1-17