Image - Connect at Mosaic Baptist

Connect

We're here to help you connect
with God and others.

Connect ...
Image - Connect at Mosaic Baptist

Grow

One of our goals is help
you grow in your Spiritual walk.

Grow ...
Image - Connect at Mosaic Baptist

Share

Life is about giving and sharing
with others just like Jesus did.

Share ...

Up and Coming News and Events

image of our value statement

"At Mosaic Baptist Church our vision is empowering ordinary people for God's extraordinary mission."

Connect with Mosaic: Sermons and Locations

Listen Or View A Sermon

James Ramsay - August 21, 2022

Encountering God

Jonah is not happy. He is, repeatedly described as ‘angry’ in this chapter. The final chapter in this story reveals the motive of Jonah’s initial disobedience. Once again, Jonah prays (following the pattern of call, repentance, prayer from Chapters 1 & 2). His prayer reveals that he knows the gracious and loving (hesed) heart of God and did not want this extended to the Ninevites. Once again, Jonah is suicidal - ‘angry enough to die’. In this chapter we see the phrase ‘God appointed’ used again repeatedly. The plant is used to contrast Jonah’s grief with God’s. Jonah’s anger is self-serving. God’s is other serving. The repeated word is ‘pity’. There are strong echoes here of the older brother in Jesus’ parable of the Lost Son. Jonah 4:1-11

More Messages

Powered by Series Engine

News and Updates

Friday Update

As you can appreciate, COVID 19 has thrown us a curve ball so find below a summary of things happening at Mosaic All Sunday Services cancelled until further notice, make sure you view the video below from the Acting Senior Pastor - Andrew … [Read More...] about Friday Update