God’s prophet Jonah brings 120,000 of the most evil people in the world to repentance – something that even Noah wasn’t able to do! At the end of chapter 3, the Ninevites repent and that should be the end of the story. However, in chapter 4, God still has unfinished business with His messenger. Jonah is so selfishly angry, but will he do business with God? Why is he still angry at the end of the book? Here is my sermon on this from Jonah 3-4 (c.f. Acts 2:37-41).
God bless, Pastor Haydn.
Hymns used during the service were as follows:
- Merciful God
- Oh the Mercy of God
- Amazing Grace (my chains are gone)
- Thine Be The Glory
- Christ, the Lord, is Risen Today