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Obedience and Repentance (Jonah 3:1-10) - 4/24/24

INTRO

  • God called. Jonah rejected

  • God disciplined. Jonah repented.

  • God called. Jonah obeyed.

  • Jonah proclaimed. Nineveh repented.

The Call to Go to Nineveh – (part 2) – vv. 1-3

Arise, and go to Nineveh

  • God’s Word to Jonah

Jonah arose and went

  • Jonah’s obedience (this time)

  • Learning from our mistakes

  • John 1:9

  • Realize

We all make mistakes (none of us are perfect)

  • Abraham fled to Egypt and lied about his wife.

  • Jacob lied to his father.

  • Moses killed an Egyptian.

  • Peter denied Christ 3 times.

The People Believed – vv. 4-10


God’s Sovereign will

  • Belief in Nineveh

  • Man could not see it, but God did it.

  • God’s grace and mercy on display

  • Depravity. Grace.

All the details are not evident or necessary.

  • The Word Proclaim and the Word Believed

  • Go

Repentance

  • Sorrow over sin (mind)

  • Turning from sin (Life. Actions)

  • From the King to the people

God relented

  • A city of great wickedness

  • Received the grace and mercy of God

  • The Book of Nahum’s predicts the down of the city.

  • Falls to Babylon in 612 BC.

The conversion of the Ninevites in response to Jonah’s message of judgment took place about 760 b.c. The revival was evidently short-lived, because the Assyrians soon returned to their ruthless practices. In 722 b.c. Sargon II of Assyria destroyed Samaria, the capital of the northern kingdom of Israel, and scattered the ten tribes. Led by Sennacherib, the Assyrians also came close to capturing Jerusalem in the reign of King Hezekiah in 701 b.c. By the time of Nahum (c. 660 b.c.), Assyria reached the peak of its prosperity and power under Ashurbanipal (669–633 b.c.). This king extended Assyria’s influence farther than had any of his predecessors.The Open Bible: New King James Version, electronic ed. (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1998).

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