Prophet on the Run: A Devotional Commentary on the Book of Jonah - eBook
Prophet on the Run: A Devotional Commentary on the Book of Jonah - eBook  -     By: Baruch Maoz
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The prophets come alive when we see that just like us, they too often lived inconsistently.

Jonah knew that God cannot be escaped, yet the prophet tried to escape him. Jonah knew that God is merciful, yet Jonah tried to limit His mercy. In response, the Lord laid hold of Jonah and forced him to come (eagerly!) to Him. He taught the prophet lessons in mercy that are useful for us all. Jonah learned, as must we, that what we think about God determines how - and for what - we live.

Originally preached in Israel, this devotional commentary is meant for every Christian who wants to apply the lessons of Jonah in a warm-hearted, practical way. Translated from Hebrew, this study does not ignore technical issues, but helps the reader to understand the issues by tackling them in non-technical language. Principles and applications are offered at the end of each chapter.

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Shepherd Press
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781936908882
ISBN-13: 9781936908882

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This warmhearted devotional commentary originated as a sermon series and is meant for every Christian who wants to apply the lessons of Jonah in a practical way. Like us, Jonah often lived inconsistently. He knew that God cannot be escaped yet he tried to escape. He knew that God is merciful yet he tried to limit His mercy. The Lord took hold of Jonah and forced him to come to Him. What we think about God determines how we live; like Jonah, we must learn God's mercy.

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