Waiting On The World To Change
Many people want change, but few people are willing to make change happen. Zachary acknowledges this problem, and shows us the importance of being the change you are waiting for.
* One point of clarification: It was aptly pointed out by someone that this message did not include comment on the final chapter of Jonah which dramatically changes our perspective on the prophet’s heart. While his cry for help in the belly of the fish was a moment of submission, in light of his disdain for God’s grace towards the Ninevites in chapter four it was probably not repentance. It is a great reminder to us that submission to God is a day by day sanctifying process in addition to a justifying first time moment.
August 11, 2019 | Zachary Fraley