Travis Snode

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If Jonah chapter four wasn’t so sad, the irony in it would be funny. We have an incredible contrast between pouty Jonah and pitiful God. Jonah is very upset (“displeased exceedingly’) because God was so nice. He wanted God to judge Nineveh, but he knew that if the wicked Ninevites repented God would forgive them....
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And the word of the Lord came unto Jonah the second time, saying,Jonah 3:11 Jonah was not the most ideal missionary candidate. He was stubborn, racist, ethnocentric, bitter, and lacking compassion. Yet he is the man God chose. Jonah failed to obey when God’s word came to him the first time. He ran. He hid. He slept....
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“And said,I cried by reason of mine affliction unto the Lord, and he heard me; Out of the belly of hell cried I, and thou heardest my voice.” Jonah 2:2 Just before passing away in Ravensbrück concentration camp, Corrie Ten Boom’s sister, Betsie said, “There is no pit so deep, that God’s love is not...
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So the shipmaster came to him, and said unto him, What meanest thou, O sleeper? arise, call upon thy God, if so be that God will think upon us, that we perish not.Jonah 1:6 There are interesting comparisons between Jonah and Jesus. Both slept in a boat. Both were buried for three days and three...
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Police in the French town of Romans-our-Isere, just south of Lyon, arrested a Sudanese man who went on a rampage yesterday, killing two people and injuring five with a knife. He was found kneeling on the ground” praying in the Arabic language” when the police arrested him. Documents from his home suggested this was a...
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Yesterday, the death toll in Italy from the coronavirus reached 10,023 people, an increase of almost 10% in one day! (source) Please pray for the country of Italy. The country has over 60 million people and only 16 missionaries that claim to have Baptistic beliefs according to North American Mission Handbook. The population grew about...
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A convoy of ambulances was moving elderly coronavirus patients in the town of La Línea de la Concepción, which borders the British territory of Gibraltar, when they came under attack. (source) Several were arrested, and it is thought the incident had to do with gangs being frustrated by the coronavirus lockdown restrictions. There have been...
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The whole world is reeling with the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak. It has impacted every part of our world, our lives, and our conversations. I was asked how the current global environment has impacted missionaries and how pastors and churches can pray/help them specifically. Here are some thoughts I have and hopefully others will...
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Europe is now the center of the coronavirus outbreak. In order to try to contain the pandemic further, the European Unioon has made the decision to close borders for 30 days. Please pray for the continent of Europe. Pray for God to use this to open hearts to the gospel. Pray for people to realise...
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