Do you believe a man could be swallowed by a fish, stay in its belly for three days, and come out alive? It actually happened to Jonah. But this amazing event isn't even the main point of the story. In this sermon, Pastor Jesse walks us through Jonah 1:14-17. Here we see the humble repentance of pagan sailors - and the mighty, sovereign power of God over both man and beast. Think about who He is, and stand in awe of Him.
A rebellious prophet and a raging storm - that's the backdrop for Jonah 1:3-7. In this sermon, Pastor Jesse unpacks Jonah's attempt to flee from the mission God gave to him, and the disastrous results of his rebellion. Discover the power and character of God as He exposes Jonah's sin and exercises control over the forces of nature to discipline him. Be warned to avoid sin in your own life and to seek God.
Pastor Koopman preaches from Job 1 to begin a new series. The two points for the sermon are:
The innocent victim
The heavenly council
To follow along on this series as Pastor Koopman studies the book of Job, check out Chilliwack Free Reformed Church's page.
Today we're taking a closer look at the twenty-seventh chapter of the Book of Ezekiel.
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Today, guest preacher, Phil Mummert, looks at the first chapter of Jonah. Our familiarity with this small book can lead us to overlook important aspects that can address our lives today. While we may think that Jonah's actions are clearly wrong, how often do we believe that we can disobey clear commands of God? What else can we learn about ourselves, about God, and about Jesus when we take some time looking at this chapter?
After entering a boat to cross the Sea of Galilee, a storm threatened Jesus and the disciples. Though our faith is challenged when storms arise, we are inspired to place our faith in Jesus. Put your faith in Jesus as you face storms, rather than succumbing to fear. If you are not a believer, put your faith in Jesus for the salvation of your soul.