1 John 1:7-10

The importance of fellowship with God, walking in the light of God's word, and if we do slip back into darkness, to confess it quickly to God and receive his forgiveness and cleansing.

1 John 1:5-7

Keeping our fellowship with God fresh by continually walking in the light of God's word.

1 John 1:1-4

John repeats how the Word became flesh in the Lord Jesus, and that by believing on HIM we can have fellowship with God. We can share in his life, love, and life everlasting.

1 John 1:1

McGee introduces this first epistle written by the same John who wrote the Gospel of John, and who also wrote Revelation. (Not John the Baptist). John gives his reasons for writing the epistle… to set forth the Lord Jesus Christ.

Jonah 4:1-11

The importance of the Resurrection of Christ, and the aftermath of Jonah's very successful preaching campaign in Nineveh. It explores the unhappy attitude of Jonah, who was angry with God for having mercy on the penitent Assyrians.

Jonah 3:9-10

When the sinners in Nineveh repented at the preaching of Jonah, God had mercy on them. Jonah was not happy about that, but the mercy of God ought to make us very grateful.

Jonah 3:2-10

McGee shows why Nineveh had to repent; they were certainly deserving of judgment. But they repented at the preaching of Jonah and were spared!

Jonah 3:1-2

2 God speaks to Jonah "a second time." This time the prophet will not be so hard of hearing! But thanks be to the God of the Second Chance!

Jonah 2:7-3:2

Some insights into the heart repentance of Jonah in the belly of the fish. Perhaps he had promised God at some point, "I'll even go to Nineveh!" but he reneged on the promise, and now God was holding him to his vow.

Jonah 2:1-6

A question: is it possible that God, who raised Jesus from the dead after three days, also could have raised Jonah from the dead after three days in the belly of a fish?

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