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  • 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

  • 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

  • Gracia Abundante

    Contributed by Wilbur Madera Rivas on Nov 4, 2018

    No hay persona ni circunstancia tan perdida que la gracia de Dios no pueda transformar

    Intro: ¿Te has dado cuenta cómo la idea o concepto que tengas de una persona afecta la manera en la que te relacionas con ella? Si tienes la idea de que la persona es muy culta pues tratas de no platicar trivialidades con ella, sino tratas de cuidar lo que dices, cómo lo dices y los temas que more

  • Do You Have The Right To Be Angry? Series

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Jul 1, 2010
    based on 9 ratings

    Do we always have the right to be angry? Why do we get angry over the wrong things?

    Text: Jonah 4:1-11 Title: HAVE YOU ANY RIGHT TO BE ANGRY? Introduction Today we are finishing up our series LIVING WITHOUT REGRETS based on the book of Jonah. As we look today at Cchapter 4 we are going to see a side of Jonah that’s very un-Jonah like. • Jonah’s name more

  • Why Doesn’t God Answer Our Prayers?

    Contributed by Peter Pilt on Apr 24, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    I would propose up front that God does answer our prayers more often than we like to think....Why?

    I was asked recently, Why doesn’t God answer my prayers? Here is my answer. I would propose up front that God does answer our prayers more often than we like to think, its just that we aren’t getting the answers we want. God can answer with a No, but we wanted a Yes and so we keep praying, looking more

  • Book Of Jonah - The God Of The Second Chance

    Contributed by Johnny A. Palmer Jr. on Mar 15, 2019

    What God offers must be Received.

    THE SECOND CHANCE CAN BE REJECTED Jonah 4:1-11 Intro: 1. In Greek mythology Narcissus falls in love with his own reflection in a pool of water. He loves the image so deeply he cannot leave the side of the pool. Thus we have Narcissism, speaking of one who is self-absorbed. Joseph Stowell more

  • "it's Not Fair!" (Part Four)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jun 10, 2019

    The scenarios we've been looking at over the past few weeks seem unfair on the surface but when we examined them we realized that God was not being unfair. As we close out the series, we'll look at Jesus' parable of the workers in the vineyard.

    "IT'S NOT FAIR!" (part four) We looked at Adam and Eve getting kicked out of the garden for one act of disobedience. We looked at the story of Job losing everything despite being upright and blameless. We saw how the prophet suffered death even though he was tricked by a lying 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 Am I? Series

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Sep 2, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Like Jonah we run from God and we disobey God. Even though God gives second chances doesn't mean our heart will be in it. In the end we have to ask are we graceless like Jonah or grace filled because of Christ.

    I Am Jonah Part 4: Who Am I? Pastor Ryan Akers Last message of the series. The theme for today is questions. The title of the sermon is a question, God will ask Jonah two questions in this chapter and I will also finish by asking a question. Lots for you to ponder as you listen and then more

  • 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

  • Life Is Too Short To Be Little (Angry)

    Contributed by Philip Harrelson on Jan 6, 2012

    A sermon focusing on the anger of Jonah. Anger is one of the chief emotions that men have to battle.

    Jonah 4:1-4 KJV But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry. [2] And he prayed unto the LORD, and said, I pray thee, O LORD, was not this my saying, when I was yet in my country? Therefore I fled before unto Tarshish: for I knew that thou art a gracious God, and merciful, slow to more

  • Jonah: A Vine, A Worm, And A Scorching East Wind

    Contributed by Shawn Miller on Oct 10, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    This is an exposition on the fourth chapter of Jonah, which teaches us patience, grace, and the value of not getting too angry with the small things in life or we may be overwhelmed when big trials come our way

    Jonah and A Vine, a Worm, and a Scorching East Wind Introduction: Let me begin by telling you a story about a little girl that pretty well sums what I’m talking about here. A little girl was reading on an airplane when the man beside her noticed her storybook, entitled, "Jonah and the 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