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Luke 11:29-32

Some of us spend our whole lives looking for a sign of God’s existence or His will. We have a hunger and thirst for truth and for proof that can be unquenchable. Rightly tapped, that kind of passion can make all of life an adventure and a quest. There is danger, though, that we can be paralyzed into indecision and inaction, always waiting for just a little more. 

In Luke 11:29-32 Jesus continues to address the skeptics that surrounded Him. In this text He looks back at two stories from the Old Testament and shows Himself to be greater still.


The Sign of Jonah - Luke 11:29-32

September 27, 2015

Some of us spend our whole lives looking for a sign of God’s existence or His will. We have a hunger and thirst for truth and for proof that can be unquenchable. Rightly tapped, that kind of passion can make all of life an adventure and a quest. There is danger, though, that we can be paralyzed into indecision and inaction, always waiting for just a little more. 

In Luke 11:29-32 Jesus continues to address the skeptics that surrounded Him. In this text He looks back at two stories from the Old Testament and shows Himself to be greater still.