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A Wave A Whale and a Worm

Jonah 3:1-10

To help the church realize the mission of the church





            Definition: Most simply put, a "do-over." Hit a bad shot? Take a mulligan and hit it again. Mulligans are played only when expressly agreed upon by all partners in a friendly match, and are never allowed when the official rules are being followed (i.e., in a tournament or handicap round). Mulligans are most commonly played on the first tee, or played as one mulligan per nine holes. Mulligans are often sold at charity tournaments (as distinguished from official tournaments) - for example, if you would like to have five mulligans to use during a round, you would pay to purchase them. Then, five times during a round when you wanted to hit a shot over, you would be able to do so.



Running race starts


I. God calls


            No sense

This is not unusual




To Jonah it the message seemed useless how we feel about the message that God calls us to proclaim is besides the point.


God is asking for our faithfulness


II. the point is no the Ninevites faith but the extravagant love of God who welcomes sincere repentance.


A God interested in animals must be interested in anyone!


What a crazy type of love


We must be careful who we identify with in this passage.


Some of us identify with the Ninevites but if we are Christians, we are in the place of Jonah. Racists, prejudiced  









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