Jonah 1:11-2:2

How did Jonah survive three days and three nights in the belly of the giant fish? Or DID he survive? McGee poses the possibility that he died and was brought back to life... a symbol of the future resurrection of Christ.

Jonah 1:4-10

Disobedient Jonah, running from God, conducted an unwitting revival meeting on board ship in the midst of the storm. God is active behind the scenes and controls everything according to his purposes.

Jonah 1:1-3

A discussion on why Jonah refused to go on mission to Nineveh. McGee lists four reasons why men walk away from the will of God.

Jonah 1:1

McGee continues his defense of the veracity of this important book. It is not just a fish story; neither is it a prophecy. It is an illustration of the resurrection, and is an account of the lengths to which God will go to show mercy to those who repent.

Jonah 1:1

Jonah…the guy in the whale. Was this a true account, a dream, or a myth? The veracity of the word of God is on the line! Are we to believe this account which is considered "impossible" by the doubters? Well, Jesus Christ himself believed it!

Obadiah 1:15-21

A minor prophet who packed a punch, warning that the "Day of the Lord" is coming, for all nations.

Obadiah 1:10-14

The prophet listed here the sins of the Edomites, which were earning for themselves the judgment of God. Because of their pride, these descendants of Esau gloated over the misfortunes of Jacob, and they would not help them in their distress.

Obadiah 1:4-9

This prophet pronounced judgment against the kingdom of Edom. We see here that Edom was the tribe of Esau, who sold his birthright to his brother Jacob; and ever since, the two brothers were at odds.

Obadiah 1:1-4

God's prophet rebukes the ancient Edomites for their pride and arrogance against the people of God. They evidently settled in the higher elevations but God said they would be "brought down."

Obadiah 1:1

An introduction to Obadiah, the prophet who foretold the judgment on the ancient kingdom of Edom, the longtime enemy of Israel. He also warns of the great Day of the Lord and the final kingdom of God on the new Earth.

2 Peter 3:8-18

Sooner or later, God wins! While the fate of the wicked is eternal destruction, nothing can separate the true believer from his inheritance in the kingdom of God.

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