CURRENT SERIES: Strange Grace
Through a study of the Book of Jonah, we find God's grace demonstrated and shining forth in varying instances:
- through a storm that causes Jonah to be stopped from running away from Him;
- through a fish that swallows Jonah and saves him from death;
- through some "alone time" in the fish's belly where Jonah repents;
- through the unlikely repentance of Nineveh as a result of Jonah's reluctant preaching; and
- through God's personal attention toward Jonah in his stubbornness and anger expressed in an unusual plant and the worm that kills it.
All of these instances point to the fact that God sometimes demonstrates His grace in strange ways, not only for Jonah and the Ninevites but also for us!
January 24 - Fishy Grace (Jonah 2)
January 31 - Sackcloth Grace (Jonah 3)
February 7 - Stubborn Grace (Jonah 4:1-5)
February 14 - Shady Grace (Jonah 4)
PREVIOUS SERIES: Dual Citizenship
As we approach a season of governmental transition, it’s a good time to explore the question: How should Christians think and speak about politics and our citizenship, in a way that honors God?
January 3 - Citizens of Heaven (Philippians 3)
January 10 - Citizens of Earth (Romans 12)
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