"Expect to be humbled, convicted, challenged, comforted and changed. The heart-warming, inescapable conclusion is that salvation truly comes from the Lord." ~ Jonathan Prime(Pastor, Enfield Evangelical Free Church, London)
“Here is a pastor reading the book of Jonah and finding a preacher who wants settled ministry, not challenges; who wants to see his enemies crushed, not converted; who longs for God's grace in his own life, but not in the lives of others; who knows how to speak God's words with faithfulness, but who wants to see only the component of judgment worked out in reality; a preacher who is angry and who wants God to be angry too; a man who wallows in self-pity and hates it when God exposes that self-pity for the idolatrous arrogance it is. It is not difficult to see the relevance of such portraits in our own day. And what does it say of God, that he keeps working away at Jonah as he keeps working away at the Ninevites?” D. A. Carson, research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.
“A faithful guide in helping us come to terms with Jonah's message for the church today.” Liam Goligher, Senior Minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
“This outstanding book not only presents the exciting story of Jonah interestingly, it also applies the story so that God can speak into our personal lives through it.” Ajith Fernando, Teaching Director, Youth for Christ, Sri Lanka.
“Expect to be humbled, convicted, challenged, comforted and changed. The heart-warming, inescapable conclusion is that salvation truly comes from the Lord.” Jonathan Prime, Pastor of Enfield Evangelical Free Church, Enfield, UK.
“The strength of the book is that it echoes the ministry of a prophet, speaking God’s words into a culture which resists that word.” David C Meredith, Senior Minister, Smithton-Culloden Free Church, Inverness, Scotland.