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When You Have a Whale of a Problem (2 of 4)
Series: The God of Second Chances
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Amen. The Lord is all we need, and He's here. Well, you might be visiting tonight and you're wondering, what have you done to the church, because it's so different. Well, we are in the process of putting in, conduit for the television system and for the new speakers and things that are going to go in. And so we had equipment in here. And we have this backhoe in here to dig out a lot of this concrete. And we had big jackhammers. And so this is just plywood, on top of the stage because there are big holes in here. And the choir, we weren't able to have the choir loft open because there are big holes there. And so another couple of weeks and we'll have that finished. And they'll put in new concrete and then we'll be ready to start, hopefully, getting in, the speaker system before too long. This is going to be taken down in the next couple of weeks because we're just on this speaker system, and we're still working through some of the glitches with that. And so you can be praying about that. But we, when we're all finished, we are going to have the best sound in Texarkana. Won't that be great? At least that's what I'm told. Well, if you have your Bibles, please turn to Jonah chapter 2, Jonah chapter 2. We're studying the book of Jonah in a series I've entitled, ?The God of Second Chances. And the book of Jonah shows that God is the God of second chances. And tonight, we want to talk about this: ?When you've Got a Whale of a Problem. Jonah can relate to having a whale of a problem. And I imagine that you can relate to having a whale of a problem. Have you ever done something where you have been the cause of getting yourself into terrible, horrible trouble? Can I see your hand? You've ever done something. You just did something dumb. Okay, that's most of us, and the rest of us are liars. That we've all done that.
Now I heard a story. I'm told it's a true ...
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