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Jonah: Amazed By God's Relentless Pursuit (Part 7)
"Is it right for you to be angry" with God?
After preaching to Nineveh, Jonah finds himself disappointed, disillusioned, and bitter. In his reaction, we see a picture of ourselves. How do we handle it when life disappoints? What does Scripture have to say to this? (There is a song before the sermon begins.)
I. Jonah's anger against God (4:1) II. God's response to Jonah's anger (4:4) III.God questions Jonah a second time concerning his anger (4:8b-9a)
How do we respond to the big things in life? Are there any examples in Scripture that give us a window into how we should respond? Join us for a two week look at two of the most recognized lives from the Bible. What do you see as the “Big Thing” in your life? It is easy in the book of Jonah to think that the big thing is the fish, when his anger toward God and desire to be lord of his own life was the biggest issue. In the book of Jonah we see God use a Storm, a Big Fish and a worm to address and begin healing Jonah’s heart.
This is the final message from the book of Jonah.