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Jonah 3:1-3 reveals there are 3 features to a persons effectual calling.

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Attention: During my stent in the Army I recieved tons of orders.
My first set took me to fort Knox KY Basic training where I learned my general orders.
Colorado springs, Co as a CAV scout
Schweinfurt GE as a CAV Scout
operational orders,
promotional orders,
Request for orders,
Fragmentary orders.
Deployment orders
There was a couple general base orders that superseded them all.
The orders to lawfully obey the officers appointed above me and to support and defend the Constitution of the US.
Open your Bibles to Jonah Chapter 3 were going to be reading verses 1-3 this afternoon.
Open your Bibles to Jonah Chapter 3 were going to be reading verses 1-3 this afternoon.
PNP: In this passage, this afternoon, we observe there are 2 attributes to the word of God.
Secure Interest:
What does it mean to be called? Does a person work to figure out what there to do? Or is more like the official military orders I just read. By definition a calling is God’s summoning of His people to himself or accomplishing a particular task. In a sermon on effectual calling The late Charles Spurgeon preached.
There is a general call which many men, yea, all men reject, “unless”...... further quoting, there come after it the personal, particular call, which makes us Christians. You will bear me witness that it was a personal call that brought you to the Saviour. It was some sermon which led you to feel that you were, no doubt, the person intended.[1]
In a larger sense we have already discussed God’s calling to himself through the first 2 chapters of this book. The calling we will be discussing this afternoon is a specific calling to obedience.
Crucial assertion:
I’ve often heard individuals ask me whats your calling? I’ve even heard others state here in seminary that there here to receive theirs. Others wander from house, to job, to Church, trying to figure out what their calling specifically is. Allow me this afternoon to remind you of your very first set of orders, or calling. Today we will see this calling originates in one authorative truth.
Love/ Loathe:
Lets looks to a biblical example to demonstrate what I’m talking about. Two side by side callings we can compare and contrast that produce differing effects. I’m talking about the two builders Jesus describes in .
24 “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. 25 And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. 26 And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. 27 And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great was the fall of it.”
Projection of a determinative difference:
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Projection of a determinative difference:
We can see definitively our orders/ calling matter because they produce differing effects. This weeks sermon will not discuss the effects of a calling per-say due to time constraints. Rather, we will discuss attributes a calling exhibits so that you can experience the effects you truly desire to attain.
Purpose:
Let me be clear then this afternoon, my purpose in writing this sermon is for you to source your calling and fulfill it.
Orientation
We pick up in part one of a two-part sermon within section 3 of the book of Jonah, regarding Jonah’s obedience.
Summarization of context.
We discussed last time I preached that Israel, was a divided nation, with Assyrian barbarians to their north. And that Nineveh was the capital city of these blood thirsty barbarians. We also discussed the broad narrative storyline to this point about how in , Jonah disobeyed God’s word, telling him to go to Nineveh and preach, instead heads the opposite direction of Nineveh. We recall God sent a mighty storm that began to disembowel the ship. Causing fear and confrontation with Jonah. Jonah then confesses his sin of fleeing from Gods presence and convinces the crew to cast him into the sea. In we read how God provided a fish that swallowed Jonah.
Connection to last message
In my last message, we observed that taught us catastrophes produce 3 God glorifying gifts in the lives of men. Namely in chapter 2:7 Catastrophes produce the glorifying gift of a refined testimony, and how there there was an admission of who we once were. In verse 8 we learned Catastrophes produce the glorifying gift of a refined purpose toward the saved and unsaved. Lastly we learned in verse 9-10 that Catastrophes produce a glorifying gift of refined identities, consisting of worship and pride refinements in verse 9 and co-dependency and glory refinements in verse 10.
Now we pick up this afternoon in Jonah chapter 3: verse 1-3.
Restate PNP: In this passage, this afternoon, we observe there are 2 attributes to the Word of the Living God that will effect our calling.
The first element we observe this morning is that

I. The attribute that the Word of the Lord is Living. ()

Lets read Jonah Chapter 3:1.
There are two things we can observe about its living attribute in this passage.
We can observe 2 things regarding features of effectual calling in verse 3:1, first is
A. First Its living because it’s personal: () This "Word of the Lord Came saying to Jonah” First we need to note is that the word of the Lord comes to and is for fallen people, Jonah just blew it. In chapter one we read how Jonah disobeyed and received a divine whoopin. Jonah is in no position to be receiving anything further from a Holy and righteously good God. God’s Word didn't need to go anywhere, he chose to pursue Jonah in spite of his sinfulness. Interesting to note here is the entirety of verse 1 is almost perfectly identical to . approximately 175 years earlier. In Jeremiah’s passage He witnessed a boiling pot informing Jeremiah that Judah was about to get balled up by the Babylonian empire to their north. 175 years later we see the exact same message only this time its a message to go proclaim a message to a different army the assyrians.
B. It’s specific to a prepared person: ()
And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.
When I was in Iraq sitting in the outskirts of Bagdad I was eagerly waiting on official Orders to be published. I knew they would come because we received what is known as a warning order. A WARNO is an order that tells us to get ready official orders are about to come. I could’t move into the next phase of operation without official orders. Finally after seemingly months of waiting they came. They were my ticket home. How many are waiting, longing, looking, and anticipating this afternoon for their “Coming order” Are you waiting well? During a warning order we were to prepare for the future but execute the last order.
The second thing we observe
The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles.

B. It’s received not sought after: ()

B. It’s received not sought after: ()
B. Second Its living because it’s personal “to Jonah”: () Which brings us to the third thing we can observe about the words living attribute. That,
Jonah 3:1 ESV
Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah the second time, saying,
B. Secondly, It’s living because it reveals: () Notice the words second time. Time is a conundrum biblically in the old testament because it’s is only able to be discerned within the context of the immediate passage and very hard to link across other OT Text. However this specific second time is linking us back to chapter 1 verses 1-3 when the word first came to Jonah.
Lets look at some other second time sayings:
and the voice came to him a second time, “what God has made clean, do not call common… Peter’s vision dealing with Jew, Gentile partiality.
He said to him a second time, Simon, Son of John, do you love me? He said to him, yes Lord, you know I love you. He said to him tend my sheep.... the dialogue here is just after Peter denied Jesus three times.
The word speaks relationally, again I can’t say it enough the word meets us right were we are. We simply need to open this book and put our eyes upon its pages, for more than 10 minutes and humbly ask God to illuminate us to whats it saying. Clearly It has something important to say to humanity.
Perhaps the greatest second time we have witnessed is the new testament itself. God could have continued the 400 hundred years of silence indefinitely, never revealing his second message to us, but he didn’t. Instead he sent his word in the flesh.
states And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. When was the last time you had an intimate encounter with the living Word of God that was personal, revealing and realtional?
I’d like to share a second time story with you quickly. Its mine personally,
states And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.
I’d like to share a second time story with you quickly. Its mine personally, Some of you may not know but my wife and I adopted 2 children the adoption lasted 3 years then was disrupted because of sexual sin between our children. God could have quit right there, but he didn’t. After a long period we felt called to adopt again. However we were met with an immense amount of resistance and guilt such as you gave up on a child. Needles to say it became hopeless we gave up, But God didn’t. In his infinite mercy he called us a second time this time for 5 children. It was such a display of mercy and grace all wrapped in one event.
I really want you think about this. When was the last time you personally had an intimate encounter with the living Word of God in such a way you were awestruck like Peter answering Jesus’s questions, gazing upon his glory like John, realizing his grace like Paul on the road to Damascus?
We have just heard how the first attribute of the word of the the Lord is living specifically that its alive because it’s personal, and revealing. Lets look now to the second attribute of the Word of the Lord that It’s active.

II. The attribute that the Word of the Lord is Active. (:2-3)

II. The attribute that the Word of the Lord is Active. (:)

Look with me in Chapter 3 verse 2 lest continue reading through verse three. We see three things that indicate God’s word is active in our lives. First
A. It actively makes demands upon our lives. Look at all the imperative verbs in this sentence. “Arise” “GO” “Call out” real quick focus on the word arise, this isn’t any arise like from a sleep it more like a connotation to get up as get up from the state of being dead. Remember last week the message discussing Jonah’s prayer and how he described going down the the Pit and how he was describing death. Heres the deal once were rescued from-the pit we have work to do theres no time to take an knee and rest. the word is says to us post conversion Get up! Go! The official order has arrived it’s execution time guys. There no turning back were to fulfill our new mission, and continue to do so until we receive a new message. ()
It confrontationally makes demands. ()
“Arise” () “GO” “Call out” real quick focus on the word arise, this arise is referring to get up as get up from the state of dead. Remember last week the message discussing Jonah’s prayer and how he described going down the the Pit and how I described it as death. Heres the deal once were rescued from-the pit we have work to do theres no time to take an knee and rest. Get up! Go! The official order has arrived it’s execution time guys. There no turning back were to fulfill our new mission, and continue to do so until we receive a new message.
Only let each person lead the life that the Lord has assigned to him, and to which God has called him. You have already been given a high calling, a mission, are you fulfilling your duties faithfully? Perhaps you int he WARNO phase are you preparing for execution, the second call is coming. Paul further said in And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.

Only let each person lead the life that the Lord has assigned to him, and to which God has called him. This is my rule in all the churches.

When I was in the Army deployed in long field training events I used to get so excited for the orders to come because I could the gauge when the exercise was about to end. When we received new orders we became so excited, because it meant a change of mission, a new task to accomplish, a refreshing change occured from what seemed to become mundane and routine. How about you this afternoon. Do you need for a change of mission, a new order perhaps. Are you wore out waiting for your “Arise and Go” Why? Perhaps you are no longer content with your current calling?
The apostle Paul says this about your state of discontentment:
“Go”()
Only let each person lead the life that the Lord has assigned to him, and to which God has called him. You have already been given a high calling, you already been given a mission, are you fulfilling your duties faithfully thats the question? Perhaps your in the WARNO phase are you preparing for execution then, the second call is coming. We know because Paul further said in And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. Were is Jesus right now? He is with us, sure we await his second physical coming, but he is with us right now. Are you complete In Him right now. If your not your not getting the R&R that you desperately need at the foot of the cross.
The second thing we observe is that it equips us.
2. “Call out”()
B. It actively enables us. Draw your focus to verse 2 “The message that I tell you” it gives us locations, it also gives us a vision for the size of our mission. “To Nineveh, Great city” Receipt of this message automatically enters us into the roles of leading others. Proclamation, and distribution of this message is a high calling. Because this message leads others to repentance, forgiveness of sins and realignment under a proper authority. Its an authority that enables and equips, and doesn't just leave us beat down, drained, condemned, useless, lifeless, and discontent. It empowers, informs, transforms, and heals our ability to deal with sin. If our message isn’t doing these things then it isn’t the Living and active Word of God, it sounds more like the killing and crippling word of Satan. ()
In Michael Duduit’s Handbook of contemporary preaching he captures a quote from Charles Spurgeon....He writes,
Handbook of Contemporary Preaching Part VI: Preaching and the Ministry

Asked once to describe his preaching method, Charles H. Spurgeon said, “I take my text and make a bee-line to the cross”

Listen to me here are your words making a bee line to the Cross? If your receiving the Words of this book they all automatically do and will not return void, but are your words being effective, are they drawing? or are they shoving and pushing. We need to do a better job getting God’s people to the cross and not helping them arrive to our intellect.
Finally the last thing we see in the text dealing with its active attributes is the fact it compels us to a choice.
C. It actively compels choice. ()
Read with me in . Notice here Jonah got up from his hell warmed over slumber and went to the place he originally fled from, Nineveh. The heart of his enemy. Jonah had his orders and he had a choice to accept them or decline them. We saw earlier about how his declination statement by fleeing to Tarshish how that panned out for him. Lets face it were either accepting or declining God’s word in everything we do. Theres a choice for all the freewill individuals out there.
Jonah 3:2 ESV
“Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and call out against it the message that I tell you.”
Obedience which we will see next week produces one effect. ()
Disobedience, we’ve already seen produces another. ()

A. Either the mission is accepted ()
B. Or the Mission is rejected ()
Jonah 3:3 ESV
So Jonah arose and went to Nineveh, according to the word of the Lord. Now Nineveh was an exceedingly great city, three days’ journey in breadth.
Jonah 3:3 ESV
So Jonah arose and went to Nineveh, according to the word of the Lord. Now Nineveh was an exceedingly great city, three days’ journey in breadth.

A. The unsaved. are those who Jonah declares as forsaking hope and giving glory to vain idols. The word here for forsake carries the meaning to leave, or abandon. It was first used in the Hebrew text in As when a man leaves his mother and father. The point the author is getting at here is your leaving because your clinging. You leave your mother and father because you’ve given your life to clinging to your spouse. Jonah is saying people who ae worshipping vain idols are so involved in clinging to their Idols they can’t experience the Father’s goodness. You can tell a lot about a person’s eternal destiny by the hope they display as a result of a catastrophic event. For example, a catastrophic event involving a vehicle accident with no injuries may display an overly uncontrolled rage because in that moment they find out what they have been clinging to is temporal and demands more sacrifice to repair or replace it. It’s a moment of realized loss. Simply put men giving glory to the wrong god. warns that Idolatry leads to a state of delusion even to a point of being unable to perceive the lie from the truth. further elaborates idols are the works of human hands, having physical human attributes with no divinely human abilities. That those who worship them become just like them. Finally, the part that is most concerning for us is this unperceived “glory exchange” continually leads to as state of being given over to a debased mind. Doing what ought not be done continually, even eternal destruction. (v8)

The second gifted ministry group we observe in is.

B. The saved. those who experience steadfast love, daily deciding to forsake vain idols, and giving glory to God. When we begin to fall out of fellowship because of idolatry and an unperceived glory exchange we need someone who has eyes, ears, and a voice to intervene and correct us if necessary. says -Therefore, brothers since we have confidence to enter the Holy places by the blood of Jesus….verse 22 goes on to say let us draw near to God with a true heart in full assurance of faith… verse 23 let us hold fast to the confession of our hope without wavering culminating to verses 24-25 let us consider how to stir one another up to love and good works not neglecting to meet together as is the habit of some but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the day drawing near. (v8)

The last gift catastrophic events give God’s people is refinement.

There are four points of refinement verse 9-10 teach us about our identity following a catastrophic experience. First, we observe there’s a,

A. Worship refinement: one of thankfulness, sacrifice, and vows. The word sacrifice has been used twice up till now. The first was in 1:17 and now in verse 2:9. The words are not the same however in the Hebrew text. The first sacrifice carries the idea or disposition as a sacrifice to enter into fellowship focus is on the exchange to enter into agreement with God. The second here in verse 9 carries the notion of desiring to slaughter for the sake of sacrifice to remain in fellowship. This hits the nail on the head for some when it comes to peer pressures we face as Christians. If your given a new identity one that reflects thankfulness, sacrifice, and vows. People are going to notice and question you as to why you are displaying these things. They might ask why you not partaking in certain activities, tell the truth to them that you have given your life sacrificially to following Jesus and that you are no longer a slave to the world but that you’re a new creation. It only took one perfect sacrifice to enter into fellowship through the blood of Jesus. However, It’s going to take continual sacrifices and the killing of your fleshly desires to remain in fellowship. (v9a)

Second this passage teaches we are gifted a

B. Pride refinement: Jonah declares “Salvation belongs to the Lord” Beginning his journey in chapter 1 as rebellious, he’s now displaying humbleness. Jonah’s declaration reveals he was holding Nineveh’s salvation hostage thus giving glory to the wrong god. We also see here as we continue to progress through the book that the salvation the Lord provides is a universal salvation regardless of nationality, race, gender, ethnicity, it’s for all mankind and that God wishes for us to give him the glory for it. Bottom line it’s not ours to keep from others, therefore we have an obligation to share it. (v9b)

Thirdly this passage teaches were gifted a,

C. Codependency refinement: The intervention culminates to no longer being co-dependent. We read the fish whom Jonah was dependent upon for his life spits Jonah out. Have you ever met someone that just clings to your side, saying things like I need “help, or show me” every time you cross their path? More than likely their trying to become co-dependent, as like a child would be upon its parents, and not our savior? Don’t get me wrong here, this doesn’t mean were independent of everybody and everything. What it does mean however is we are fully dependent upon God first which includes His Church. states for where two or three are gathered in my name there I am among them.” Though this passage is discussing discipline, it is also discussing the fact God is ultimately glorified in our unity with other believers. . That the world might see a different relationship than that of the world. (v10a)

Finally, were gifted a

D. Glory refinement: Jonah has now been moved from hiding in the belly of a gamblers ship that was threatened to break up, a perilous storm, drowning in a sea of despair, and swallowed by a fish for 3 days and 3 nights, now finding himself on dry ground. Jonah has now been gifted the understanding of God’s sovereignty, his insignificancy, a biblical salvation, a testimony, a ministry, and a new identity all to the Glory of God with no good reason to be angry. Jonah began his prayer crying out in distress and ended in crying out “Salvation belongs to the Lord”. Jonah is gifted a new cry one that gives God the Glory he deserves. (v10b)

Functional Transition
PNP: In this passage, this afternoon, we observed there are 2 attributes to the Word of the Living God that will effect our calling.
Synopsis of the text:
Synopsis of the text:
We have learned that the first attribute that the word is living and according to this text in verse 1 it came, its personal, and it reveals. The second attribute we observed was that the Word of the living God is active, and that it actively makes demands, it equips us to deal with sin, and further drives us to choose whom we will serve.
Vital Transition
Clear forceful closing appeals, Objective of sermon achieved:
This afternoon my purpose in writing this sermon was for you to source your calling, thus be able to fulfill it. I have not quite delivered on this promise yet. If you have not gathered by now the source of your first calling is to Jesus Christ, the word become flesh himself. Thats it the bedrock of any successful ministry begins there. Ground zero, your first calling, theres nothing else. You want to know why so many pastors burn out and don’t make it the long haul. It’s because they have sourced their calling in success, position, finances, clout, accolades, GPA’s and when their brute strength has worn out they succumb to their true hearts desire. Simply because they never properly dealt with their first calling appropriately being Jesus and His authoritative Word dealing with them personally. Parents you want to know why your families are in shambles, deal with your first calling. Husbands do you want to know why your tempted to pornography deal with your first calling. Children you want to know why you are so selfish and needy you havent dealt with your call. Students you want to know why you feel so heavy laden in a culdren of dispair your not heeding your calling to get out in the community and serve as you did before you came to seminary.
You might now be wondering now how do we deal with our first calling. Give us some input. Here it is I’ve got a few stakes to equip you with it’s up to you to decide when to place them in the ground.
1st- Stop running, seeking, looking and just stand firm: like the prodigal son your going to run your way out of assets and support that your current Church can assist you with you will have to return if you don’t. Serve right where your planted, yes their might not be any recognition or pay. Then fulfill your first calling to loving and supporting your family until you receive a new calling.
2nd- Turn from your self: Your abilities, your knowledge, your skills, your gifts and your talents and confess your doing this in your own strength. Your not the savior of peoples lives, you carry the message that draws people to Christ. Stop using it as a sharpshooting trivia tool to improve your social academic standing.
3rd- Pray on your knees continually- If you genuinely care about people pray for them and then confront them as to whether your prayers were answered. . Then equip them by pointing them to the source of your prayer’s power. Ministering the word is relational, hit the street with it
4th- Don’t just read Gods word as insurance or duty. Ask God to teach your heart and sit in his word until he does. For me this has taken at times a few hours each day in the morning. Stop filling your heads with data and start filling your hearts each day. Pauls says in If I speak in tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging symbol.
5th- Live for Jesus by displaying the cross your clinging to- Paul said in In the same way, the Lord commanded that those who proclaim the gospel should get their living “their life” by the gospel.
In the same way, the Lord commanded that those who proclaim the gospel should get their living by the gospel.
The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles.
In the same way, the Lord commanded that those who proclaim the gospel should get their living by the gospel.
The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles.
Obedience encouraged, Disobedience rebuked:
Obedience encouraged, Disobedience rebuked:
Faithful Christian’s:
Some this morning have already put these stakes in the ground great, are you intentionally teaching others to do the same. Are you close enough to the rough people that there there sin rubs against you? I saw a beautiful image the other day siting at a traffic light in Gladstone. A garbage truck turned in front of me and a man was hanging off the back wearing a big ole smile and a t-shirt that had Jesus in big bold letters on it. Isn’t that what Jesus does, hauling our garbage off to the dump with a smile, so we can have tidy homes. Those who have placed their stakes and are faithful to their first calling are you hauling trash to the dump or is this beneath you? Get involved in peoples lives, and watch for a change in assignment.
(Rebellious) Christian:
Some of you however are living the catastrophe day after day after day, because they have been told to do something specific and are not doing it. Are you getting tired of your falls. Then its time to put a stake in the ground and execute what God has told you to do. Ive got this fish in my fish tank at home, not certain what happened to it, but it has a problem that others can clearly see. I know this because the other fish swim up to it to check it out. This fish literally swims on its side, if its swimming. when its feeding time it swims in circles round and round not being able to eat properly. eventually I assume it will die. I have prayed for this fish for the sake of my kids but I don’t think he’s going to make it much longer by the observation Im seeing. Friend if you have been told to do something specific to do by God and your working in your own strength, to accomplish it then your like this fish. Everyone can see somethings wrong, stop swimming in circles and repent so you can be fed and swim well within your community.
Unbeliever’s:
Maybe you just now coming to realize i have no foundation at all, and I don’t want to be like the fish, I have no direction in life or mission. I have been my own authority and are thinking Maybe you got this all wrong. Let me begin by telling you what the authoritative Word of God teaches us and how to receive your first calling your very first assignment.
That man was created glorious by God. However, sin corrupted the world through one man’s disobedience to God Words. That sin alienates mankind from God and is now is under condemnation requiring a blood sacrifice to atone for our sinfulness thus establishing a right relationship in order to re-united in His presence. But God dethroned Himself of His glory, became in the form of man named Jesus Christ. He, was born of a virgin, thus breaking the lineage of generational sin as written in Scripture, that he may be found without spot or blemish. Lived a sinless life on fallen humanities behalf as recorded in Scripture. Qualifying Him to be Gods perfect sacrifice and given the title “The Lamb of God.” He offered Himself to become our substitute regarding God’s wrath. His shed blood covers our sin, as he died on a cross, and was buried. God affirmed His death and burial as an acceptable sacrifice while making a future promise through His resurrection from death. That those who believe these truths might be born again and inherit eternal life.
Whats being born again you ask? Namely, that those whom understand their need of Salvation might repent of their sin, turn and trust in Jesus as their personal Savior, conquering death forever, having eternal security, and entering into the family of God as sons and daughters through Jesus Christ our Savior.
Clinching element of persuasion:
Glory to God, forever.
Creator God you gave
Me breath so I could praise’
Your great and matchless name
All my days, all my days
So let my whole life be
A blazing offering
When the rains fall, the floods come, the wind blows and the beatings occur and they will where will your house be found? Do you know for certain?
A life that shouts and sings
The greatness of our king.
Glory to God, Glory to God.
Glory to God, forever.
Glory to God Glory to God
Glory to God, forever.
Jesus your name be glory forever, thank you for your salvation, help us in our weakness.
[1] Spurgeon, C. H. (1856). Effectual Calling. In The New Park Street Pulpit Sermons (Vol. 2, p. 154). London: Passmore & Alabaster.
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