We’ve reached the end of the Book of Jonah, so we’ll do a review of what we’ve learned over the last ten messages. Pastor Mike will challenge us on consecration vs comfort and happiness vs our holiness.
In today’s message, Pastor Mike focuses on Jonah’s reaction to God’s mercy on Nineveh. We will see that God is more interested in Jonah’s reaction than that of the city. How did Jonah respond to God’s grace toward the Assyrians, and how do we respond when God does the same toward people we don’t think […]
Today, we look at the real meaning of John 6 when Christ told his Jewish audience “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.” Was Christ referring to the Lord’s Supper or the Eucharist? Pastor Mike shares […]
Resentment. It’s more that just negative feelings we have toward a person, but, if not dealt with, can crush us in its power and suffocate any spiritual movement God would have in our lives. Pastor Mike will show us Jonah’s struggles with his resentment of the people he just ministered to.
Jonah’s message has gone out into the land and the people are repenting of their wickedness. How does the nation respond? Its leaders? Its people? Join us as we look at a nation in mourning.
This morning message takes us to the first five verses of Jonah 3. God is a God of second chances and he gives us similar opportunities to witness to people that we might all the time care for. Thanks for listening.
As we consider the Lord’s Supper this Sunday we look at the component of faith as it pertains to our salvation. What is faith? Is it a gift or a choice? Pastor Mike tackles this subject in this morning’s message.
Jonah now finds himself in the stomach of a fish. What are his thoughts? What are his prayers? This Sunday, we look at Jonah 2 and see Jonah’s heart in this matter of serving his God.
Things are really picking up in Jonah’s cruise. Jonah all of a sudden becomes the man with the answers as to what needs to be done to calm this storm. Find out what happens to Jonah as we conclude chapter 1 of this book.
The Bible tells us in Hebrews 9 that heaven needed to be purified by the blood of Christ. One might ask – why would heaven need to be purified if it’s a perfect place? Pastor Mike will provide some answers to this question in today’s message.
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