In part one and part two of “Jesus and Jonah,” we saw two reasons why Jesus pointed to Jonah as a sign to the unbelieving Jews.
In part one, we saw that God used resurrection to affirm the work of both Jesus and Jonah. Jesus even stated that Jonah provided a sufficient sign of God’s authority (Matt. 12:38-42; Luke 11:29-32).
Easter is God's answer to the curse of sin and death. Every generation has faced the corruption and separation that came from Adam and Eve’s sinful taste. This curse kills the soul as well as the body, creating a barrier to the Lord of Life that no human could cross. None of us can kill death—only God could thwart it.
When we travel, we rely on signs to get us to our destination. But sometimes we don’t see signs because they are hidden, poorly lit, or simply unreadable.
Adapted from The Best of Pro-Maker III, “To Rebuke or Not To Rebuke,” by Frank Hamrick.
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The following is adapted from The Life We Now Live, a 15-lesson study on grace in Galatians, written by CJ Harris .
This term comes from the Latin words omni, meaning “all,” and potens, meaning “powerful.” God’s omnipotence means that He is all-powerful. He can do anything, and no one can oppose Him.
The pursuit of pleasure ranks highly among many people’s priorities. God created in us the capability to enjoy Him and find true pleasure in Him alone.