Sermons in Jonah and the Word of the Lord


Jonah’s Self-Pity

by Joe Boot

June 29, 2014 | Jonah 4:1-11

Jonah's self-pity so warped his moral sense that he had more compassion for a plant than for a city full of people. Our zeal for the truth, justice, and service of God must always be undergirded by love for and submission to the person of God Himself.


The Calling and Fruits of Evangelism

by Joe Boot

June 22, 2014 | Jonah 2:10-3:10

The humanism of our culture is burning out and idle utopian delusions occupy those waiting for the end. While humanism is committing suicide, this is a time of glorious opportunity to bring the saving Gospel of Jesus.


Prayers from a Watery Grave

by Joe Boot

June 15, 2014 | Jonah 2

God disciplines us for our good in terms of His call upon our lives, bringing us back to His presence and to His word.


The Sign of Jonah

by David Robinson

June 9, 2014 | Jonah 1:17; Luke 11:29-32; Matt 12:38-42

Jonah is a sign that points us to Christ and calls us to godly repentance that leads to life.


Who Is This That Even the Winds and Sea Obey Him?

by Scott Masson

June 1, 2014 | Jonah 1:4-16; Matthew 8:18-27

We cannot contravene God's calling and equipping of us. If we resist God's will, He often gives us over to our sin. In Jonah's case God used the storm to discipline His prophet.


The Runaway Prophet

by Joe Boot

May 25, 2014 | Jonah 1:1-6; Mark 4:30-41

Jonah's vision for ministry was at odds with Gods vision. As with all rebellion, Jonah's problem with God's call was moral, not intellectual. It is embracing the word and purpose of God that brings life and peace.


Jonah and the Word of the Lord

by Joe Boot

May 18, 2014 | Jonah 1:1; 1 Kings 8:22-61

Jonah was called out with a purpose to bring the message of mercy and judgment to the nations.