Jonah 4: Do YOU have a right to be angry about injustice? Jonah’s anger is not the problem…


Last Sunday I did something I rarely do (at least in the United States). I preached. In the sermon I explore Jonah’s anger and our anger about injustice. I point out that the problem is not that Jonah is angry but that he is hardened and blinded. And then I end with the good news about how God relates to angry people and what he does to injustice.

You can listen here: 

(recording by New Life Glenside, original here)

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Filed under "phil monroe", anger, Justice

One response to “Jonah 4: Do YOU have a right to be angry about injustice? Jonah’s anger is not the problem…

  1. I loved your sermon. It hit home on so many levels.

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