GBG Jonah: The depths of grace
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The story of Jonah and the big fish is one of the most famous in the Bible: but its message is perhaps one of the most ignored. It's a story about storms and sailors, rebellion, and rescue, preaching and protest. And it's a story about one reluctant evangelist's experience of speaking to people who knew nothing about God. So its message has great relevance today for God's people, living in an increasingly non-Christian culture.
Jonah's story will encourage believers who find themselves ill-equipped to share God's message with colleagues, friends and family: and will deeply challenge our priorities in life. Even more so, this is a story about God. The book of Jonah reveals to us the depths of God's grace - His compassion for the lost and His patience with His wayward people.
"God-centered, application-oriented, and driven by the text throughout, this resource is a gift to God's church."
- Matt Smethurst, Gospel Coalition reviewer and Master of Divinity student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
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