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Jonah 4.1-11—Submit to God’s Plan: The Conclusion of Jonah

WHY DID JONAH BECOME ANGRY? (v. 1-3) Jonah knew that when a message of destruction is preached that Israel would repent. (This is different than a simple message to repent, Jonah was told to proclaim destruction, not repentance.) He knew…

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Jonah 3.1-10—Serving in Weakness

As we go through Jonah, chapter three, there are a handful of important factors which all lead up to one major theological point and one major implication. This chapter of Jonah continues in the theme of the sovereignty of God…

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Jonah 1.16-2.10—Discipline and Deliverance

Today we are going to study Jonah’s prayer, but first I want show you exactly where we are at in the story. Verse 1.16 says that Jonah was in the belly of the fish for three days and three nights….

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Jonah 1.5-16—God Desires All Mankind

POLYTHEISM AND CULTURAL BACKGROUND (1.5,6) Jonah lived in a polytheistic culture. This means that they believed in many gods. But, they were not polytheistic in the same way that modern Hindus are, for instance. They do not worship many gods….

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Jonah 1.1-4—Freedom of the Will

THE WILL Men have freedom to make choices. There are some who believe that many of our choices, including salvation, were predestined; that even though it appears that we are making choices, we are merely acting in accordance with the…

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