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The Book of Jonah: A Bible Study on Hearing God's Call
The story of Jonah in the Bible is more than a children's story about a great whale or fish. It's a story of being obedient to God, even when we don't want to.
How do you respond to unexpected change? To plans interrupted, perspectives challenged, and routines ruined? Do you hide from it, distracting yourself by staying busy? Do you resist it, questioning the new direction? Although change remains an unavoidable part of life, we naturally crave to maintain the stability of the familiar. Discover how to stay afloat despite life's changes and interruptions in this excellent Jonah Bible Study. (See the Bible Study Questions below.)
Themes in the Book of Jonah God Called Jonah to Nineveh, to the Land of Israel's Enemies The call of God required Jonah to make 3 major changes
How did Jonah respond? He hid, attempting to run from God. So, God swallowed him up in his mercy and reminded him of his grace. Find out how Jonah's story represents more than a fishing tale, explore the scope of God's unrelenting mercy, and discover how God can transform lifes in unanticipated ways in Jonah.
Dive into the meaning and relevance of this beloved Bible story with this full color, digital pamphlet which highlights one disobedient prophet and one all-loving God. Enjoy hundreds of fascinating facts and scriptural insights at your fingertips, including information on the cultural, historical, and symbolic background of the Book of Jonah.
God doesn't promise us smooth sailing, but when we let him navigate our life choices he will never let us sink.