JONAH: CHOICES AND CONSEQUENCES

JONAH: CHOICES AND CONSEQUENCES

JONAH: CHOICES AND CONSEQUENCES

JONAH 1:1-13

Choices have consequences. We are free to make our choices, but we don’t get to choose the consequences of those choices. We have the choice to obey or disobey God’s commands and His call on our life. It has been estimated that 99% of the time, obedience starts with pain or discomfort in some form. Yet the final result of obedience is peace. In this passage, God called Jonah personally to a particular place, at a particular time, for a particular purpose. With God, one man can make a difference in the course of a nation. Jonah opted to disobey. Today we look at his choice and the consequences he faced.

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Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. I make every effort to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.