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Title: Mad About Grace | Text: Jonah 4:1-11; Luke 15:11-32; Matthew 20:1-16 | Series: None | Speaker: John Heinrichs
We believe that nothing promotes the peace and health of the city like the spread of faith in the gospel. It renews both individual lives and reweaves the fabric of whole neighborhoods. We believe that nothing moves Christians to humbly serve, live with, and love all the diverse people of the city like the gospel does.
Part 9 “Does God Change His Mind?” Jonah 3:10 As we read Jonah 3:10, it appears from our human perspective that God changes His mind with regard to His intended plan of judgment for Nineveh. However, as we consider this passage in light of the totality of Scripture, we’re reminded that . . . God never changes with respect to: 1. His character. This involves His: Perfection Personhood Promises Plans 2. His call for humanity to repent. 3. His compassion toward those who repent. 4. His condemnation of those who rebel. Points to Ponder God’s immutability: Gives us assurance that we can stand firm on His word Enables us to be secure in our salvation. Reminds us that sin will bring judgment. Should also be our standard as Christians.
The final sermon in the Jonah series covers the story of Jonah and the Worm.
A sermon series through the book of Jonah.
In this sermon from Jonah chapter IV, Pastor JR continues his focus on the forms idolatry that keep us outside of the will and mission of God.
The book of Jonah has something to say to everyone who struggles to forgive or love as we should, teaching us what it means to not only believe the gospel of God’s grace but also live the gospel of grace. We will likely see a little bit of Jonah in each of us.