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This is part two in our series on following Jesus, in which we see Him in the role of a Servant.

We are being transformed into the likeness of Jesus. We should therefore work at becoming seekers.

Two teachings of the apostle Paul govern this series on Restoring the Reconciled World. The first teaching is that Jesus Christ – by His life, death, resurrection, and ascension – has reconciled the world and all things in it to God. Second, God has given to us, His people, a ministry of reconciliation, which takes the form of restoring the reconciled world’s freedom and goodness to the praise and glory of God.

This is the Christian’s defining priority.

God has called us to seek His Kingdom and glory, and Jesus shows us how that can be done.

Jonah introduced the concept of “Thinking Like a Christian.” Specifically, we saw how to have the right mindset. In Hosea, we’ll learn the right heartset. Hosea gets set up as an example of how God’s love and grace work. Unfortunately for Hosea, that will mean displaying love and grace in tough situations (just like God does).

Jesus is looking for fruit in His followers. But what kind? And how can we be more fruitful?

Like Paul, we all have an appointed sphere, where boasting in the Lord is our everyday calling.

The new day of the Lord's salvation has dawned, and Jesus calls to walk in the light as He is in the light.

Now more than ever in our lifetime, men need to seek the Lord in prayer on behalf of His City and people. God is seeking men to pray, and this pamphlet can show you why, and how to take your place, standing in the gap for God as a man of prayer.

And while you're at it, watch this brief video about our Men's Prayer Movement.

God calls Jonah to preach repentance to a people he doesn’t particularly care for. He refuses to do it and runs away and boards a ship for Tarshish. That doesn’t work any better than we’d expect, and he ends up getting tossed into the sea. Eventually, Jonah finds himself in the stomach of a fish. Now he has time to think.

The resurrection of Jesus means the pleasure of the Lord is unfolding, and we are in the thick of it.