The Christ in Jonah – Part II
February 5, 2017

The Christ in Jonah – Part II

Passage: Luke 8:24b and Jonah 1:6-15
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Luke 8:24b and Jonah 1:6-15 – The Christ in Jonah – Part II

Note: Lesson 2 and Lesson 3, Parts I-III are from Part I.

Lesson 1: Fellowship is “fellows in a ship” (Rom 12:15b; 1 Cor 12:26a).

Lesson 2: The Old Testament is about Jesus (John 5:39-40; Matt 11:13; John 1:29, 36; Luke 24:47, 44; John 1:45; Heb 10:1, 7; Col 2:16-17; John 3:14; John 6:32-33; Rom 5:12; 1 Cor 5:7, 10:4, 15:21-22, Heb 3-4; Matt 11:28; Matt 27:51; Heb 10:20; Matt 12:39).

Lesson 3: Jesus and Jonah:

  • (Part I) Left Jewish territory for Gentile territory (Jonah 1:1-2 cf. Luke 8:22).
  • (Part II) Experienced a terrible storm (Jonah 1:3-4 cf. Luke 8:23b).
  • (Part III) Slept during the storm (Jonah 1:5 cf. Luke 8:23a).
  • (Part IV) Were __________ by ______________ (Jonah 1:6, Luke 8:24a).
  • (Part V) ____________ the __________ (Jonah 1:13-15, Luke 8:24b cf. Luke 17:3, 1 Tim5:20, Rom 8:22, mark 16:15, Jer 12:4, John 12:31, 14:30, 16:11, 2 Cor 4:4, 1 John 5:19, Job 1:18-19; Matt 7:25, 27, 11:28; Phil 4:6-7; Isa 26:3).
  • (Part VI) Were willing to ______ ________ their __________ so others wouldn’t perish (Jonah 1:12; John 10:11, 15b, 17b-18a; Jonah 1:6, 14 cf. John 3:16; Matt 12:41; Luke 11:32; Rom5:1).
  • (Part VI) Were willing to ______ ________ their __________ so others wouldn’t perish (Jonah 1:12; John 10:11, 15b, 17b-18a; Jonah 1:6, 14 cf. John 3:16; Matt 12:41; Luke 11:32).

Lesson 4: Jesus calms the ______ of __________ __________ that’s against us (Jonah 1:12 cf. Rom5:1).

 

Family Worship Guide

Memory Verses: Psalm 103:5-7

Day 1: Read Luke 8:22-25, Rom. 12:15, 1 Cor. 12:26, and discuss: Think back to a time in your life when you “rejoiced” with someone and on the same day also “weeped” with someone. How are you able to do both? When we encounter someone who is going through a trial, what should you avoid doing? What two things that Pastor Scott mentioned could you do instead?

Day 2: Read Luke 8:22-25 and Jonah 1 and discuss: How do we know, from these texts, that the storms described were particularly terrible? What do the disciples call Jesus? Why is it significant? What word is used to describe what Jesus does in relation to the wind and waves? Why is that significant? How does Jonah look like Jesus (in what ways? actions?)

Day 3: Read Luke 8:22-25 and Jonah 1 and discuss: What is the application for us, in this account, regarding Jesus? Who is He? What can He do for us? How should we regard Him? What should we do when the storms of life come?

Pray for those who lead, feed, and care for the flock, and their families (Col. 4:3, 2 Thess. 3:1): Pastor Scott and Randy Hanson

Pray for these church members/families (1 Tim. 2:1, Eph. 6:18, Col. 1:9): Keith & Jennifer Rice, Allan & Kandie Schmitz, Malyna Schmitz, Jon & Cathy Schoenborn, Paul & Erin Seidel

Pray for “kings” and those in authority (1 Tim. 2:2): LocalWoodland Mayor Will Finn; State - State Rep. Ed Orcutt; NationPresident Donald Trump

Pray for the Gospel to Spread Among All Peoples (Matt. 9:37-38): Those we directly support: India Evangelical Mission (IEM),An Unreached People Group: Turkmen (Muslim, Turkmenistan)

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