I’m preaching again this coming Sunday (7 November) for my church, All Saints, Ealing, and am speaking from the Old Testament reading, Jonah 3. I’ve focused my talk(s) around the way God is portrayed in the passage, seen through the eyes of Jonah and the people of Nineveh. Below are the two parts of the sermon, respectively 13 mins and 10 mins. Comments are most welcome!
- Giving sacrificially: Luke 20:45–21:4 27 September 2022
- My commentary on Acts 2:42-47 31 August 2022
- Ruth 2: a sermon 25 August 2022
- What about Jael, the tent-peg woman? 22 August 2022
- Who was Theophilus (Luke 1:3; Acts 1:1)? A podcast interview 10 August 2022
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