Malcolm Cox, sermon for the Watford church of Christ
The subversive story of a rebellious prophet who hates God for loving his enemies.
- Why does Jonah run?
- Why does Jonah tell the sailers to kill him?
- What was it like for Jonah in the fish’s stomach?
- Why does he not say sorry?
- What is odd about Jonah’s message?
- Why does God provide the shade and then take it away?
- In what ways is Jesus like Jonah?
- In what way is Jesus different from Jonah?
- In what ways are we like Jonah?
- How can we be more like Jesus?
Are you OK with the fact that God loves your enemies?
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