Jonah: The Runner, Fainter and Pouter

May 20th, 2010

This is a deeper look at the Book of Jonah and how it is relevant to believers today.

Jonah was a prophet who received a command from God but did not want to see God’s will come to pass. In this four chapter book, Jonah goes through a progression from “Jonah the Runner” to “Jonah the Fainter” to accomplishing God’s will and seeing a merciful and forgiving God save an entire city to finally “Jonah the Pouter.” Throughout this book, we see Jonah as a person struggling with his emotions and irrationality but moreover how God is faithful to accomplish His Word and to not leave Jonah alone.


Jonah 1:1

II Kings 14:25

Jonah 1:1-4

Deuteronomy 18:20-22

Jonah 1:17

Jonah 2:5-7

I John 1:8-9

Jonah 3:1-10

Jonah 4:1-11

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One Response to “Jonah: The Runner, Fainter and Pouter”

  1. denise l. sanchez says:

    Hey God Bless You Joey seed&Mrs seed i love your teaching on jonah but it froze up i didnt get to hear all of the teaching.
    Very enlightening what i did hear.
    God Bless Agape denise l sanchez!!!Now in Walnut Creek,Ca 94598.

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