- Jonah fled to Tarshish because he was angry about God’s grace (4:1-4)
- What did Jonah’s anger have to do with his running from God?
- What is wrong with a heart that is so angry with God’s grace that it runs from Him?
- What is wrong with our hearts when we run from God’s grace?
- Jonah chose to obey the God with whose grace he was still angry (2:7-10).
- How can anger at God’s grace survive three days in the belly of a whale?
- What is wrong with repentance when it obeys but is still angry?
- What will help us to repent until we completely lose our anger?
- Jonah was angry because God offered grace to all who truly repent (3:6-10).
- How could Jonah preach so well when he was still angry?
- What does it say about me when I don’t want my enemies to be forgiven?
- How can we protect our hearts so we can be free from this anger?
- God showed that Jonah had no right to be angry about God’s grace (4:4-11).
- How did Jonah’s actions answer the question in verse 4?
- How did God’s actions denounce Jonah’s answer in verse 9?
- How can we learn to let go of our anger over God’s amazing grace?
Call to Action: To identify with our enemies so we will rejoice in God’s grace.