07 Jun 2021
Introduction to the prophecy of Jonah, and its historical, geographical and spiritual background.


Bible Study - Philippians - C1 V3 to V11

We make a detailed verse by verse study of Paul's inspired prayer for the Philippians, discussing our fellowship in the Gospel, and how God's grace enables us ...

Bible Study - Philippians c1 v3 to v10

After seeing how the Gospel is the fulfilment of the Year of Jubilee, we look at the dramatic story of how Paul planted the Church at Philippi during his 2nd Mi ...

Bible Study - Philippians c1 v1 to v5

What does it mean to be a saint? What does it mean to be in Christ? What is the grace of God, and what fruit does it produce in our life?

Bible Study - Introduction to Philippians

We study the background to Philippians in the Book of Acts, giving a potted history, leading up to Paul's imprisonment in Rome (AD 60 - 62), after appealing to ...

Bible Study - Nahum 2:13-3:19

In Nahum 3, God spells out the righteous reasons for His total judgement of Nineveh, including her constant cruelty, harlotry, sorcery, deception, robbery and s ...

Bible Study - Nahum c1 v15 to c2 v13

Nahum's vivid description of his vision of the fall of Nineveh gives a blow by blow account of the sequence of events, including the flood of water, which breac ...

Bible Study - Nahum c1 v7 to v15

Nahum gave detailed description of how Nineveh would be completely destroyed, including the special role of a flood of water and a consuming fire.

Bible Study - Nahum 1: 1-7

God reveals Himself as the Divine Warrior, the Lord of nature, moving in irresistible judgement against Nineveh, through a vivid poetic description.

Bible Study - Introduction to Nahum

An overview of the Book of Nahum and its relevance to our time. Nahum is the sequel to Jonah. Nineveh, the capital of Assyria, had repented when Jonah warned th ...

Bible Study - Jonah 4:5-11

We see how God used a plant as a covering to show Jonah the contrast between being covered and uncovered, so that he could develop a heart of compassion for the ...

Bible Study - Jonah 3:10-4:11

When Nineveh repents, God decides to not destroy her. But Jonah is angry. Why was he so upset? We contrast Jonah's attitude with God's heart of compassion for t ...

Bible Study - Jonah 2:10-3:10

Jonah preaches to the Ninevites. What did he say? How was it that they all repented and turned to God from the greatest to the least?
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