GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 420 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Shakespeare said, "Against self-slaughter there is a prohibition so divine that cravens my weak hand." He was expressing the attitude of the vast majority towards suicide. We did not find that prohibition in either the Old Testament or the New Testament. The whole Bible does oppose…
Sam Burchard • Dry Creek Bible Church • Sermon • • 24 views • 39:40
A message on extending forgiveness to those who have offended us based on the forgiveness Christ has extended to us.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 17 views
The sinful tendency to conform to the world, to be contrasted with the biblical command to maintain contact with the world while avoiding becoming like the world. Believers are called to live in the world, while not being of the world. This attitude is supremely exemplified in the ministry of Jesus Christ.
Jim Julian • Sermon • • 10 views
Jonah 1:1-3 Jonah’s Spiral Downward Scripture: Jonah 1–4, especially Jonah 1:1–3: “Now the word of the Lord came to Jonah the son of Amittai, saying, ‘Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and cry out against it; for their wickedness has come up before Me.’ But Jonah arose to flee to Tarshish from the…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 6 views
Jonah 4 concludes one of the shortest books of the Bible. In the course of 4 chapters, we are challenged with God's incredible power and rule; hurling a storm onto the sea, appointing a fish, a plant, and a worm to teach a rebellious prophet. Yet, we also see God patient, merciful, and compassionate upon undeserving prophet and an underserving violent and wicked city. We are struck with amazement that God would so slow to anger and so quick to extend mercy. The prophet Jonah teaches us how bitterness and anger can cause us to flee the presence of God and hate the works of God. May we instead, have enough faith to trust God to apply mercy in Holy and just ways. The book of Jonah provides an important lesson for how God's people should resist anger and instead extend Christ-like compassion.
Jonah & The City
John Byrne • Grace Fellowship of Lakewood • Sermon • • 3 views • 41:43
When God’s compassion is the source of our anger, we are standing in the wrong place! When we know God’s Mercy and Sovereignty we will not be angry, we will have compassion.