New Podcast Series: A Message We All Need June 18, 2021

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Today we conclude our study of “The Twelve” with a final word to all would-be followers of Jesus. I hope you will listen to this important application for every believer. If you missed any of the study you can find it in the ETJ archives. (Click here for more.)

On Monday we will begin a brand new podcast series: “A Message We All Need.” It is arguably the redemptive message of the entire Bible wrapped up in one statement, and it is found in the little book of Jonah. At the bottom of the sea, in the belly of a great fish, Jonah made one of the deepest statements ever recorded: “Salvation is of the LORD” (Jonah 2:9).

There is not a person on earth that does not need to hear this truth! And those of us who have heard it all of our lives need a fuller understanding of its implications. The great issue in our world is a sin issue and only a Savior can fix that…and there is only one Savior.

The Old Testament book of Jonah is not the story of a great fish—it is the story of a great God. In a world on the verge of judgment and desperate for a spiritual awakening, it holds a message we all need: “Salvation is of the LORD.”

Plan to listen on Monday as we begin walking through this powerful portion of Scripture. But don’t just listen! Tell someone – it is a message we all need.

(You can subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast player or listen at enjoyingthejourney.org/broadcast.)

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