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Merciful Love Prevailed

Call to Worship & Invocation God called Jonah to prophesy to the Ninevites. And Jonah ran. From the belly of a great fish, Jonah prayed to God for salvation. He remained in the fish for three days. The fish vomited

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Reborn from the Sea Womb

*Call to Worship & Invocation You are in the presence of God. The One whose love nudges at us and pursues us in all times and all places is among us. Like Jonah, we too often run from the task

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And we run.

*Prayer of Confession responsive You call, God. And we run. You point, God. And we go the other way. We hide from you, God. And you seek us out. We get angry at you, God. And you wait patiently. We

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Run! Run as Fast As You Can!

“Run! Run as fast as you can, you can’t catch me I’m the gingerbread man!” When I was a kid that was the taunt we’d use while playing tag. I thought about that while reading Jonah this week. God asks him

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From the Belly of a Fish & Ninevah

 *Confession & Forgiveness of Sins Get up and go to Ninevah, that great city, and cry out against it, for their evil has come to my attention.” (Jonah 1:1-2 CEB) God calls to us! 3 So Jonah got up—to flee

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