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  1. Migrel

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    This content is part of a series.. We Are Jonah (2 of 3) Series: Jonah Will McGee Jonah INTRODUCTION: Last week, we began a study on the Book of Jonah. If you were here, we looked at chapter one and drew a parallel to the way that Jonah disobeyed and ran from the will of God to the fact that we often, disobey and run from the will of God for our lives.
  2. Zolosho

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Jonah – We bring nothing to the Lord when we come to Him for salvation. Even our faith, the instrument of our justification, is a gift from Him (Eph. –10). This is a great truth that we must tell ourselves repeatedly, for otherwise we will certainly forget it.
  3. Ferg

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    We are Jonah! We want people to be punished! Not only that we have a very difficult time forgiving and accepting people who have done bad things but who have done Teshuvah.
  4. Gukora

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Yet, early interpretations of Jonah that read the text as humorous are few and far between. It was not until the modern period that we see the rise of such readings as normative. As late as the eighteenth century, political philosopher and revolutionary Thomas Paine describes Jonah as “a fit story for ridicule, if it was written to be.
  5. Dusho

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Jun 03,  · Jonah is a true story. We can date the book at about B.C. during the days of Jeroboam II, king of Israel. By the way, Jonah came from Gath-Hepher, a little town in the northern part of Israel, in the region the New Testament calls Galilee, not .
  6. Yolmaran

    October 2, 2012 10:12
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  7. Kajijinn

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    We are Jonah, doing exactly the same thing for our sacred Days of Awe. In chapter 2, verse two, Jonah prays to "the Lord his God from the belly of the fish." His prayer is heartfelt and sincere. Fearing for his life, conflicted and alone, Jonah found his God and his purpose.
  8. Mezigal

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    In chapter 4 of Jonah, we see a man who is angry, because God decided to have mercy. We all have our opinions, and ideas about how things should happen or be. But those things need to bow down to God’s ways. We must realize we don’t see it all, we don’t understand it all. We must keep our hearts soft lest anger and bitterness come in.
  9. Zum

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Feb 15,  · This is the crux of what we should learn from Jonah’s mistakes. God calls, We run. God calls every one of us to be a Christian, He commands all of us to repent and turn from sin. Secondly as Christians, God calls each of us to aline our lives with his laws and submit to Him as the highest authority.

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