06 Compassion that Confounds

Engulfed by Mercy and Grace

February 20, 2022 • Rich Millhouse • Jonah 4:5–11

How do you respond to the love of God? The last section of Jonah is a bit of a cliffhanger. The audience is left with a choice: to copy Jonah’s “embarrassing and ridiculous” hatred of his enemies, or to see the world as God sees it, a world greatly in need of mercy.” Find out the key to responding to the love of God and to loving others until they are confused.
1, A lesson of desire
2. A lesson of God's compassion
3. A lesson about trials
4. A lesson about compassion that confounds

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01 Running from God!

January 16, 2022 • Rich Millhouse • Jonah 1:1–10

"You can run, but you can't hide" goes the saying. Jonah learned the longer the journey of disobedience, the more it will cost you. Hear what it looks like to run from God and why Jonah attempted it. I. The Commission II. The Compromise III. The Consequences

02 When Time Runs Out!

January 23, 2022 • Rich Millhouse • Jonah 1:5–17

What happens to the prodigal prophet, Jonah, when he tries to run out the clock in his flight from God? How do life changing difficulties clarify in what we trust? Know that a compassion God full of mercy will never let you go. I. The Calling out II. The Confession III. The Calming

03 Something Fishy

January 30, 2022 • Rich Millhouse • Jonah 2

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