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INTRODUCTION: JONAH—THE EVERYMAN PROPHET
CHAPTER 1: WE’RE ALL DOVES
CHAPTER 3: BEFORE WE CAN LOVE ... WE MUST DIE
CHAPTER 4: JUMP IN AT ANY TIME—YOU CAN STILL OBEY
CHAPTER 5: ALLOW ME TO REPHRASE IT
CHAPTER 6: A MIRACLE IS ONLY ONE STEP OF OBEDIENCE AWAY
CHAPTER 8: FORGIVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF
CHAPTER 9: AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST ... BE LAST
CONCLUSION: IT’S TIME FOR CHANGE
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Jonah, John, and the Second Greatest (but Most Avoided) Commandment

Jonah, John, and the Second Greatest (but Most Avoided) Commandment

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For too long, the body of Christ has been focused on too many things that, quite simply, haven’t been working. The answer to a lasting, true revival in today’s world isn’t going to come from a continued focus on what we can and cannot do, which denomination has the most biblical theology, or achieving victories in social issues such as definition of family and the right to life. Instead, what our attention should be fixed upon is that the Son of God said the second greatest commandment we’ve been given is to love our neighbors as ourselves. In this book, Kevin Harvey has taken a biblical approach to help the body of believers define just who their neighbor is and what it means to truly love them as Jesus intended. If the body of Christ began to focus daily on following that one simple idea, then maybe—just maybe—the world would finally begin viewing the church as the salt of the earth and light of the world that Jesus had in mind.
For too long, the body of Christ has been focused on too many things that, quite simply, haven’t been working. The answer to a lasting, true revival in today’s world isn’t going to come from a continued focus on what we can and cannot do, which denomination has the most biblical theology, or achieving victories in social issues such as definition of family and the right to life. Instead, what our attention should be fixed upon is that the Son of God said the second greatest commandment we’ve been given is to love our neighbors as ourselves. In this book, Kevin Harvey has taken a biblical approach to help the body of believers define just who their neighbor is and what it means to truly love them as Jesus intended. If the body of Christ began to focus daily on following that one simple idea, then maybe—just maybe—the world would finally begin viewing the church as the salt of the earth and light of the world that Jesus had in mind.

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