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Justice and ancient storytelling: The book of Jonah

The book of Jonah is a remarkable work of storytelling.

There is urgency, an immediacy. God’s word is given in the first line, and it feels like it is everything we need to know: “Go to the great city of Nineveh and preach against it, because its wickedness has come up before me.” We are thrust into the concerns of God, and the storyteller gives it to us in straightforward prose. 2,511 more words

05/29/17 - Discovering God's Will in Obedience

  • Podcast Number: 36
  • Series: Discovering God’s Will, Pt. 4
  • Date Presented: Sunday, January 29, 2012 – AM
  • Speaker: Jared Byrns
  • Text: Jonah 3:1-4:11
  • Venue: Eastside Baptist Church – Fayetteville, Arkansas…
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Prodigals & Jesus

One of the best known of Jesus’ parables is that of the prodigal son. This is the tale of an ungrateful son who takes his inheritance, leaves his family to live a riotous life until he finds himself broke – and left to eat food fed to the pigs. 2,613 more words


There is no exclusivity in Christ Jesus!

Today in Sunday school my class and I wrapped up a set of lessons based on the book of Jonah. Certainly everyone knows the story of Jonah, particularly the part during which he was swallowed up by the big fish, but my charges were unaware of the REST of the story involving this Old Testament prophet. 1,114 more words

More than a Fish Story: An Old Testament Lesson in Grace

On Memorial Day, we remember with a measure of sadness and a whole lot of pride those brave men and women who have given their very greatest gift for the sake of defending our freedom and way of life. 1,112 more words


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Poem: Jonah

is the whale
that swallowed Jonah.
You feel justified
to stay still
and let it eat you.
It is only afterwards
that you realize
you decided to jump in.