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The Prophet Jonah


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The Prophet Jonah. Jonah 1:1-3 Who was Jonah? II Kings 14:23-25 II Kings 17. The Prophet Jonah. I. “But Jonah Arose to Flee” (1:3). Jonah 1:1-17 A. Jonah’s Reason for Disobedience. (Jonah 4:2). Jonah’s Call to Nineveh in Four Stages.

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The Prophet Jonah

  • Jonah 1:1-3

    Who was Jonah?

  • II Kings 14:23-25

  • II Kings 17


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The Prophet Jonah

I. “But Jonah Arose to Flee” (1:3). Jonah 1:1-17

A. Jonah’s Reason for Disobedience. (Jonah 4:2).


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Jonah’s Call to Nineveh in Four Stages

Man Running from God (Chapter One)


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The Prophet Jonah

I. “But Jonah Arose to Flee” (1:3). Jonah 1:1-17

A. Jonah’s Reason for Disobedience. (Jonah 4:2).

B. Jonah’s Condition While in Disobedience (Jonah 1:4-12).

C. Jonah’s False Hope (Psalm 139:7-12; Proverbs 4:19; 13:15).

D. Could A Man Live Inside A Fish? (Jonah 1:17; Matthew 12:40).


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The Prophet Jonah

II. “Then Jonah Prayed to the Lord” (2:1). Jonah 2:1-10

A. Jonah’s Prayer to God (Jonah 2:1-10).


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Jonah’s Call to Nineveh in Four Stages

Man Running from God (Chapter One)

Man Running to God (Chapter Two)


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The Prophet Jonah

II. “Then Jonah Prayed to the Lord” (2:1). Jonah 2:1-10

A. Jonah’s Prayer to God (Jonah 2:1-10).

B. Repentance Demands Consideration (Deuteronomy 4:39,40).

C. Who is the Lord Near? (Psalm 34:11-21).


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The Prophet Jonah

III. “So Jonah Arose and Went” (3:1). Jonah 3:1-10

A. From Despair to Victory (Jonah 3:1-5).


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Jonah’s Call to Nineveh in Four Stages

Man Running from God (Chapter One)

Man Running to God (Chapter Two)

Man Running with God (Chapter Three)


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The Prophet Jonah

III. “So Jonah Arose and Went” (3:1). Jonah 3:1-10

A. From Despair to Victory (Jonah 3:1-5).

B. With God vs. Without God (John 15:5-7; Philippians 4:11-13; Mark 9:23).


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The Prophet Jonah

IV. “But It Displeased Jonah Exceedingly” (4:1). Jonah 4:1-11

A. The Preacher’s Reaction to their Response (Jonah 4:1-3).


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Jonah’s Call to Nineveh in Four Stages

Man Running from God (Chapter One)

Man Running to God (Chapter Two)

Man Running with God (Chapter Three)

Man Running ahead of God (Chapter Four)


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The Prophet Jonah

IV. “But It Displeased Jonah Exceedingly” (4:1). Jonah 4:1-11

A. The Preacher’s Reaction to their Response (Jonah 4:1-3).

B. God’s Question for Jonah (Jonah 4:4).

C. Presuming to Speak for God (I Corinthians 4:1-6).

D. The Value of a Soul (Jonah 4: 5-11; II Corinthians 5:9-11).