Sign In | View Your CartView Cart | FAQ
Home
HomeBible StudiesGospel Declaration ToolsBible Study AidsEventsPicturesBulletin/NewsBible Study ForumFree MaterialsHymnsBible Reading


2005  Western New York

Bible Conference II
February 18th - 20th, 2005

So Jonah went out of the city, and sat on the east side of the city,
and there made him a booth, and sat under it in the shadow, till he
might see what would become of the city. Jonah 4:5

And the LORD God prepared a gourd, and made it to come up
over Jonah, that it might be a shadow over his head, to deliver
him from his grief. So Jonah was exceeding glad of the gourd.
But God prepared a worm when the morning rose the next day,
and it smote the gourd that it withered. Jonah 4:6, 7

Behold, when it was whole, it was meet for no work: how much
less shall it be meet yet for any work, when the fire hath
devoured it, and it is burned? Ezekiel 15:5

Conference Messages by Zin Yi

Date Title/Description
Audio
Lower Quality 
(Faster 
Download)
Audio
Higher Quality 
(Slower  
Download)
Transcript Video
02/18/2005
-What are horses in the Bible? (Zech. 6:1-5; Rev. 6:5; 17:3)
-Horseman = God's people who declare His written word (Malachi 4:5)           
-Jonah's name means "dove"
-Background & History of Jonah (Jonah 1:1; 3:10; 2 Kings 14:25)
D&L D&L

02/19/2005
-Jonah's anger (Jonah 4:1)
-Hebrew word for "anger" (#02534, chemah)       
-O.T. examples of anger (Gen 27:41; Lev. 26:28; Es. 1:12; 3:5)
-Greek word for "anger" (#3710, orgizo)
-N.T. examples of anger (Mt 18:34; 5:22; Lu. 15:28; Ro. 10:19)
-Jonah 4 parallels Luke 15:11-32
D&L D&L

02/19/2005
-Hebrew word "angry" (#02734, charah)
-O.T. examples of someone being "angry"       
(Gen. 4:5; 1Sam 18:8; 20:7; Jonah 4:1, 4, 9)
-Jonah sits on the east side of the city wishing to
 die (Jonah 4:5) 
D&L D&L

02/19/2005
-Why Jonah wishes to die (Jonah 4:5)
-Meaning of the "East side of the city"       
(Jonah 4:5; Ps. 119:147; Ezra 5:11; Ez. 16:55)
-New Testament Timelines and Seals
-"Backside" and "behind" relate to "east side"
(Rev. 5:1; Matt. 9:20; Luke 23:26)
D&L D&L

02/20/2005
-The worm that God prepared (Jonah 4:7)
-Hebrew word "prepared" means "appointed"
(1 Kings 20:25; 1 Chron. 9:29; Jonah 1:17)
-This worm is actually scarlet
(Ex. 26:1; Isaiah 1:18; Lam. 4:5)
-The worm is associated with death and stinking
(Job 21:26; 25:6; Gen. 34:30; Ps. 22:6; Ecc. 10:1)
-Death: a by-product of the activity of worms
D&L D&L

02/20/2005

Bible Question & Answer Time

Main Study:
-The gourd is in the setting of the vineyard which represents the
House of Israel (Jonah 4:6-7; Isaiah 5)
-If God is judging or destroying the gourd, He may be referring to
the men in the vineyard (Isaiah 1:18; 4:4; Joel 1:6)
-The worm, "scarlet," has been prepared by God to destroy the
Gourd.  He is wearing Christ's uniform that is scarlet.
(Joel 1:6-12; Nahum 2:3; Rev. 13:5)
D&L D&L

02/20/2005

-"Scarlet" (Towla) comes identifying with the blood of Christ

-The Greek word for "worm":  #4663 (skolex) (Mark 9:44)
-The gourd in Jonah 4:10 represents Nineveh
-The "gourd" = Nineveh = the Corporate Church
(Jonah 4:9,10; Nahum 2:3)
-The importance of the phrase "eyes before and behind"
(Rev. 4:6; Matt. 11:10; Phil. 3:3; John 1:15)
-Biblical description and nature of "booth"
(Gen. 33:17; 2 Sam. 11:8-11; Neh. 8:13-17; Heb. 11)
-"Booth" associated with the Old Testament Church Era
-"Gourd" associated with the New Testament Church Era
-Jonah 4: 8 is a picture of the beginning of the Great Tribulation
D&L D&L




Any or all parts of this site, that do not contain copy restrictions, may be copied, modified, and distributed in any way and by any means without permission.
Web Application By 355 Data System LLC