4 edition of Jonah, Bible study commentary found in the catalog.
Jonah, Bible study commentary
John H. Walton
Bibliography: p. 81-82.
|Series||Bible study commentary series, Bible study series.|
|LC Classifications||BS1605.3 .W32 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||82008582|
Jonah Consequences of Disobedience-Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire. Summary-After Jonah told the sailors about the God he served, and they put it together with what he had already told them of his flight from God’s presence, they became extremely asked him how the sea could be made calm again, and he told them to throw himself into it. Published on Watch our overview video on the book of Jonah, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. The book of Jonah is a subversive story about a.
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Commentary on the Book of Jonah Jonah 1 1The word of the LORD came to Jonah the son of Amittai saying, 2"Arise, go to Nineveh the great city and cry against it, for their wickedness has come up before Me." 3But Jonah rose up to flee to Tarshish from . Jonah Goes to Nineveh. 3 Then the word of the L ord came to Jonah the second time, saying, 2 “Arise, go to l Nineveh, that great city, and call out against it the message that I tell you.” 3 So Jonah arose and went to Nineveh, according to the word of the L ord. Now l Nineveh was an exceedingly great city, 1 three days’ journey in breadth.
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The prophet Jonah (= a dove) is already mentioned in 2 Kings He was the son of Amittai and was of Gath-hepher in Galilee north of Nazareth. In 2 Kings 14 we also read that he was a servant of God and a prophet who had prophesied that the borders of Israel from Hamath in Syria down to the Dead Sea would be restored.
The Book of Jonah calls us to examine the motivation of our hearts in serving God. Are we truly sold out to God’s sovereign will or trying to push our own agenda. Does our heart mirror the compassionate heart of God – overflowing with mercy and grace; or.
Read Jonah 1 commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Jonah 1 and more.
This book of Jonah, though it be placed here in the midst of the prophetical books of scripture, is yet rather a history than a prophecy; one line Jonah prediction there is in it, Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be Jonah the rest of the book is a narrative of the preface to and the consequences of that the midst of the obscure prophecies before and after this book.
This study presents the book of Jonah as part of the unfolding, unified story of redemption pointing to Christ. Pastors, seminarians, and thoughtful readers interested in how the Old Testament points to Christ will appreciate this new study of Jonah.” See more about the Gospel According to the Old Testament commentary series.
- Jonah slept in a place where he hoped no one would see him or disturb him. "Sleeping Christians" like to "hide out" among the church - Jonah slept in a place where he could not help with the work that needed to be done.
"Sleeping Christians" stay away from the work of the Lord - Jonah slept while there was a prayer meeting up on the deck. Book of Jonah Lesson 1 Welcome to the study of the Book of Jonah. This Old Testament book describes at least part of the ministry of a prophet called “Jonah,” the only prophet who attempted to run away from God.
Jonah 3 New International Version (NIV) Jonah Goes to Nineveh. 3 Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time: 2 “Go to the great city of Nineveh and proclaim to it the message I give you.” 3 Jonah obeyed the word of the Lord and went to Nineveh.
Now Nineveh was a very large city; it took three days to go through it. 4 Jonah began by going a day’s journey into the. And Jonah began to enter the city on the first day's walk. Then he cried out and said, "Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown!" a.
Jonah arose and went to Nineveh, according to the word of the LORD: Having learned the lesson that resisting the will of God is both futile and counter-productive, Jonah now obeys the call and goes to.
The Book of Jonah is unique among the books of the prophets. The main theme of the Book of Jonah is God's sovereignty over all people and His divine plan to extend His gift of mercy and salvation beyond Israel to include the Gentile nations.
In the New Testament, no other Old Testament prophet is named by Jesus more than the prophet Jonah. Introduction Jonah is the book of the Bible which perhaps has been criticized more than any other.
Unfortunately, many Christians thoughtlessly cast aspersions upon this important book in the canon of Scripture without realizing that they are playing into the hands of the critics and innocently becoming the dupes of the skeptics. These small group studies of Jonah extensive cross-references, Bible study discussion questions, lessons to learn, and applications.
Visit our library of inductive Bible studies for more in depth inductive studies on this and other books of the Bible you can use in your small group. Read Jonah commentary using Wesley's Explanatory Notes. Study the bible online using commentary on Jonah and more. URGENT: We Need Your Help to Provide a Bible for a Service Member or Veteran.
Jonah Flees From the Lord 1 The word of the Lordcame to Jonah(A)son of Amittai:(B)2 “Go to the great city of Nineveh(C)and preach against it, because its wickedness has come up before me.” 3 But Jonah ran(D)away from the Lordand headed for Tarshish(E).
He went down to Joppa,(F)where he found a ship bound for that port. Jonah 1 Commentary, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a verse level look at the Bible.
cited when we look at Jonah) (Apocalypse Explained [AE] ) " particulars [in the book of Jonah] are historical, and yet prophetical, involving and representing such arcana, as do all the other historicals of the Word." (AC ) But then we find a startling, thought-provoking passage in the work called Spiritual.
JONAH Introduction: The prophet Jonah lived during the reign of Jeroboam II over the Northern Kingdom of Israel. Halley’s Handbookdates Jeroboam at BC. Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary Jonah went out of the city, yet remained near at hand, as if he expected and desired its overthrow.
Those who have fretful, uneasy spirits, often make troubles for themselves, that they may still have something to complain of. Jonah A2 Classic Bible Study Guide 3 Jonah This book of Jonah is the first sample and earnest (done in a deeply sincere way) in the Old Testament of God's purpose, in the fullness of time, to offer to the Gentiles also, as well as to the Jews, "repentance unto life." It brings forth.
An Outline. Commentary on the Book of Jonah by Cooper Abrams. JONAH TRIES TO FLEES FROM GOD'S A. God Commissions Jonah was one of God's prophets during the period of the Divided Kingdom.
He was God's instrument to carry out God's Will on earth. Top 5 Commentaries on the Book of Jonah by Keith Mathison; DON ANDERSON.
Minor Prophets Study Guide - Questions/Lessons Learned; GEORGE BARNA - RESULTS OF A SURVEY: Among Christians: 61% knew that Jonah is a book of the Bible; 27% said it is not, 12% had no idea. Among non-Christians in the survey: 29% knew that the Book of Jonah.
The Book Of Jonah “The book is unique in that it is more concerned with the prophet himself than with his prophecy. The condition of his soul, and God’s loving discipline of him, instruct and humble the reader.” —George Williams.
Jonah is perhaps one of the least understood books of the Bible, with most people unable to get by the "whale" (actually, dag gadol, or great fish). The book contains fascination interaction between men and God, which Sasson brings out by: 7.