Resources on Jonah 3:10

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Seeking Change Study Guide by Jessica Abell https://www.episcopalchurch.org/bible-study/bible-study-epiphany-3-b-2012 Study Guide by Jessica Abell Topics: Epiphany , Repentance , Change , Courage Source: Sermons That Work This Bible study by Jessica Abell on Jonah 3:1-10, Psalm 62:6-14, 1 Corinthians 7:29-31, and Mark 1:14-20 encourages us to look toward change. Where do we need transformation, support, prioritization, and courage? The Offense of God's Grace Audio/Video by Karoline M Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/podcasts/brainwave-018-lectionary-texts-for-21-september-2008 Audio/Video by Karoline M Lewis Topics: Jonah , Forgiveness , God's Provision , Grace Source: Working Preacher This podcast about preaching from Jonah 3:10-4:11 and Matthew 20:1-16 reflects on the discomfort people feel about God's grace and forgiveness if they are used to the idea of justice based on merit. Jonah's Disappointing Success Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr http://collections.carli.illinois.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/uni_sermons/id/5785 Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Jonah , Patience , Mercy , Grace Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection Arthur Landwehr's sermon on Jonah 3:1-5, 10 reflects on Jonah's preaching to the city of Nineveh, their repentance, and Jonah's disappointment that they were spared. People are needed who have hope for the city. The Brink of Self-Destruction Commentary/Exegesis by Gerald Darring http://liturgy.slu.edu/3OrdB012118/reflections_justice.html Commentary/Exegesis by Gerald Darring Topics: Peace , Justice , Kingdom of God , God's Will Source: The Sunday Website In Jonah, Ninevah realized that "No greater challenge or higher priority can be imagined than the development and perfection of a theology of peace suited to a civilization poised on the brink of self-destruction” according to... A Perfect Preacher? Study Guide by Anne Osdieck http://liturgy.slu.edu/3OrdB012118/reflections_osdieck.html Study Guide by Anne Osdieck Topics: Conversion , Goodness , Calling Source: The Sunday Website In both Jonah 3:1-5,10 and Mark 1:14-20 there is a call to turn and change and follow God. In both cases, people obey, but falter later. What questions should this make us ask ourselves? Anne Osdieck... Grace, Trust, and Repentance Study Guide by Susan Butterworth https://www.episcopalchurch.org/bible-study/bible-study-epiphany-3-b-2015 Study Guide by Susan Butterworth Topics: Jonah , Repentance , Trust , Study Source: Sermons That Work Susan Butterworth looks at the themes of grace, trust, and repentance in Psalm 62; Jonah 3:1-5, 10; Mark 1:14-20; and 1 Corinthians 7:29-31. Questions for each passage are also provided. Enclosure and Service Sermon Starter/Outline https://livingchurch.org/2018/01/15/1-21-enclosure-and-service/ Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Jonah , Repentance , God's Love , The Love of Christ Source: The Living Church Reflections on Jonah 3:1-5, 10; Psalm 62:6-14; 1 Corinthians 7:29-31; Mark 1:14-20 and how in Christ alone we find silence and hope, a rock and refuge, a place where the heart breaks open before God. God's Grace Commentary/Exegesis by Beth L Tanner https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/third-sunday-after-epiphany-2/commentary-on-jonah-31-5-10-2 Commentary/Exegesis by Beth L Tanner Topics: Jonah , Lectionary , Grace of God Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Jonah 3:1-5,10 suggests the key to preaching Jonah is to not get wrapped up in historical concerns. Jonah is a moral tale, designed to teach the audience something about themselves and God's grace. When God Repented Sermon (Complete) by William Hodding Carter http://day1.org/698-when_god_repented Sermon (Complete) by William Hodding Carter Topics: God's Love , The Love of Christ , Belief , Sermon Source: Day1 In his sermon on Jonah 2:10-3:10 and 4:1, William Carter uses the story of Jonah to show that while God's love reaches everyone in every circumstance, the problem is often our unwillingness to believe it. Called to Discipleship Element of Worship by Anne Osdieck http://liturgy.slu.edu/3OrdB012118/prayerpathmain.html Element of Worship by Anne Osdieck Topics: Calling , Repentance , Discipleship , Love Source: The Sunday Website Anne Osdieck offers poetic reflections/prayers on the themes of answering Christ's call, repentance, and detachment from all but love (Jonah 3:1-5, 10; Mark 1:14-20; 1 Corinthians 7:29-31). Prayer of Confession: Jonah 3 Element of Worship by Madison Shockley https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/01/prayer-of-confession-jonah-3.html Element of Worship by Madison Shockley Topics: Jonah , Prayer , Confession , Forgiveness Source: Re-Worship Madison Shockley's prayer of confession and words of assurance based on Jonah 3. "We repent of our hesitations and unwillingness to witness to those we have considered strangers and even enemies." Swallowing A Whale Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr http://collections.carli.illinois.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/uni_sermons/id/5517 Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Jonah , Fear , God's Presence , Redemption Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection Jonah was given a message bringing together God's word and God's world. He could not bear God's goodness, by which his fears, hatred, and pride, like our selfishness and loss of faith, can be transcended. Forty More Days Commentary/Exegesis by Callie Plunket-Brewton https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/third-sunday-after-epiphany-2/commentary-on-jonah-31-5-10 Commentary/Exegesis by Callie Plunket-Brewton Topics: Jonah , Mercy , Judgment , Lectionary Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Jonah 3:1-5, 10 suggests that it is vitally important to remember God's ability to do the incomprehensible, to extend mercy to the least deserving, to open the door to our own hope. Tickets for Tarshish Sermon (Complete) by William J Carl III http://day1.org/1118-tickets_for_tarshish Sermon (Complete) by William J Carl III Topics: Jonah , Forgiveness , Love , God's Love Source: Day1 In this sermon focused on Jonah 1:1-3, 3:1-5, 10, and 4:1, William Carl III discusses the difficulty of God’s call on Jonah, Jonah's reluctance, and Nineveh's response to show the width of God's love and forgiveness. The Far End of the Net Devotional by Jessie Larkins http://www.ekklesiaproject.org/blog/2012/01/the-far-end-of-the-net/ Devotional by Jessie Larkins Topics: Atonement , Missions , God's Will , Calling Source: Ekklesia Project Jonah and the four fishermen of Mark 1 remind us that God's call upon our lives might mean some suffering, surrendering pride, and rejection by those who would keep God’s grace in a box. Responding Devotional by John Foley http://liturgy.slu.edu/3OrdB012118/reflections_foley.html Devotional by John Foley Topics: Jonah , Jesus , God's Will , Discipleship Source: The Sunday Website John Foley's reflection sees in Jonah 3:1-5, 10 and Mark 1:14-20 different ways of responding to God. Jonah ran away, the disciples ran towards Jesus almost blindly. Either way, God will pursue and teach us love. Like Jonah... Element of Worship by Madison Shockley https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2015/01/prayer-of-confession-jonah-3.html Element of Worship by Madison Shockley Topics: Jonah , Prayer , Confession , Assurance Source: Re-Worship This is a prayer of confession and words of assurance inspired by the story of Jonah, specifically Jonah 3. “Who Knows” What God Will Do Commentary/Exegesis by Valerie Bridgeman https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/third-sunday-after-epiphany-2/commentary-on-jonah-31-5-10-5 Commentary/Exegesis by Valerie Bridgeman Topics: Jonah , Repentance , God's Will , God's Mercy Source: Working Preacher In her commentary, Valerie Bridgeman suggests Jonah 3:1-5, 10 shows God is a radically free agent unbound by human theological expectations—“Who knows" what God will do?—and that repentance (and faith) isn't exclusive to Israel or believers. Jonah: Changing Course Sermon (Complete) by Peter W Marty http://day1.org/3861-dr_peter_marty_jonah_changing_course Sermon (Complete) by Peter W Marty Topics: Hardheartedness , Change , God's Love , Listening to God Source: Day1 In this sermon on Jonah 3:1-10, Peter Marty considers the difficulty Jonah experienced having to change his mind about the Ninevites and encourages the audience to be open to letting God's love change our perspectives. Hot Tubs and Fishing Trips Sermon (Complete) by Thomas G Long http://commons.ptsem.edu/id/03300 Sermon (Complete) by Thomas G Long Topics: Conversion , Change , Discipleship , Life Source: Theological Commons (Princeton Theological Seminary) In this audio sermon based on Jonah 3:1-5, 10 and Mark 1:14-20, Thomas G. Long preaches about the fulfillment found in conversion and following Jesus.