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Jonah runs away

Penny Frank

Jonah runs away

by Penny Frank

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Published by Lion Pub. in Tring, Herts., England, Batavia, Ill., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jonah (Biblical prophet) -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Jonah (Biblical prophet),
  • Bible. O.T. -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Bible stories, English -- O.T. Jonah.,
  • Bible stories -- O.T.

  • About the Edition

    Presents the story of Jonah, who was sent by God to admonish the city of Nineveh for its wickedness, but instead fled by ship in fear from the assignment and was swallowed up by a great fish until he repented for his weakness.

    Edition Notes

    Statementstory by Penny Frank ; illustrated by Tony Morris.
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    SeriesThe lion story Bible ;, 30
    ContributionsMorris, Tony, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS580.J55 F73 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2721802M
    ISBN 100856487554
    LC Control Number86015313

      Jonah - Consequences of Running From God. Dr. Steve Viars Janu - the book of Jonah, along with many other places in the Bible, makes it clear that when you or I choose to run away from the commands of God, he will judge any good Father would do. - now, there’s something else we need to add to this discussion. The Prophet Jonah seems almost comical in his relationship with God, except for one thing: The souls of over , people were at stake. Jonah tried to run away from God, learned a terrifying lesson, did his duty, then still had the nerve to complain to the Creator of the : Jack Zavada.

    Instead, this book ends with a twist: Jonah was angered by the turn of events. In , Jonah is described as "greatly displeased" and "furious." The Hebrew word ha-râ indicates a blaze of anger. Jonah chapter 1: Jonah runs away First published 29/06/ This week, we look at the first of the four chapters of the book of Jonah: the Hebrew prophet who was swallowed by a massive sea-creature (it will help you to read that first chapter —but don’t worry, it’s shorter than this article!).

    Book Theme Character Contributor. Jonah runs away. Jonah. Jonah wants Nineveh to be destroyed, so he runs away rather than give God's warning to them. Contributed by Marian van der Kruijt. Read terms of download. Download story: Jonah runs away. Download Story Planner Finish. Jonah Tries To Run Away By Jill Kemp 1. God told Jonah to go to Nineveh and tell everyone to stop doing bad things. Jonah didn’t want to go to Nineveh. He tried to run away from God. 2. Jonah Tries to Run Away Big Book Author: Bobs Created Date: 7/10/ PM.


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3 But Jonah ran away from the Lord. He headed for Tarshish. So he went down to the port of Joppa. There he found a ship that was going to Tarshish.

He paid the fare and went on board. Then he sailed for Tarshish. He was running away from the Lord. 4 But the Lord sent a strong wind over the Mediterranean Sea. A wild storm came up. Jonah Tries to Run Away from God 1 Now the word of the Lord came to Jonah son of Amittai, saying, 2 “Go at once to Nineveh, that great city, and cry out against it; for their wickedness has come up before me.” 3 But Jonah set out to flee to Tarshish from the presence of the Lord.

Jonah 1 The Message (MSG) Running Away from God 1 One day long ago, God ’s Word came to Jonah, Amittai’s son: “Up on your feet and on your way to the big city of Nineveh. Jonah: Some Things From Which You Cannot Run Away.

Minor Prophets Series (#1) Probably the most well known of the minor prophets is Jonah. The book which bears his name is quite different from the other eleven. It's message deals with Jonah's relationship with God rather than with what he taught.

Jonah 1 Revised Standard Version (RSV) Jonah Tries to Run Away from God. 1 Now the word of the Lord came to Jonah the son of Amit′tai, saying, 2 “Arise, go to Nin′eveh, that great city, and cry against it; for their wickedness has come up before me.” 3 But Jonah rose to flee to Tarshish from Jonah runs away book presence of the went down to Joppa and found a ship going to Tarshish; so he paid.

(Jonah ) God wanted his messenger to bring His message to the people of Nineveh, the capital of Assyria. Jonah, however, ran away to a place far away: Tarshish.

This place is situated more than 2, miles away from Israel, in the direction opposite Nineveh. Now what made Jonah run so far away, even spending money on his escape. A vengeful desireAuthor: JB Cachila. Jonah tells them he is at fault for running away from G‑d and they should throw him overboard.

A miracle happens and a large fish swallows Jonah alive. While in the belly of the fish, Jonah Author: Yehuda Shurpin. 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, whose name means “dove,” lived in Gath-hepher, located just north of Nazareth, during the reign of Jeroboam II in the. Running Away.

From the Book of Jonah. Show of hands: Confession is good for the soul. How many of you have ever run away from home at least one time when you were a child.

When a child runs away from home, they don’t know where they are going, but they do know what they are running away from – parents, feeling mistreated, etc. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the Lord.” (Jonah ) Jonah: Running From God’s Calling.

There may have been times in your life where you may have felt like Jonah. You may have felt like running away from your God-given mandate thinking that this will solve your problems. Jonah soon learned what he should have already known and that is that one cannot run away from God.

(Psalm ) Notice that Jonah paid the fare and went down into the ship. When you run from God you pay your own fare and you always go down.

But Jonah ran away from the LORD and headed for Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the LORD.

But Jonah got up and went in the opposite direction to get away from the LORD. He went down to the port of Joppa, where he found a ship. 1 The word of Yahweh was addressed to Jonah son of Amittai: 2 'Up!' he said, 'Go to Nineveh, the great city, and proclaim to them that their wickedness has forced itself upon me.' 3 Jonah set about running away from Yahweh, and going to Tarshish.

He went down to Jaffa and found a. 3 But Jonah tried to run away from the went to Joppa # Joppa A town on the coast of Israel by the Mediterranean Sea. and found a boat that was going to the faraway city of Tarshish. Jonah paid money for the trip and went on the boat.

He wanted to travel with the people on this boat to Tarshish and run away from the Lord. A Study of the Book of Jonah Sermon # 1 “Attempting To Run From God.” Jonah Have you ever just wanted to run away.

We all probably have that feeling once in a while. We just want to get away. Sometimes it is even that way in the ministry. It is so hard trying to please so many people and such a strain feeling responsible for so many File Size: KB. Cheryl was reading the Book of Jonah this morning, Pastor Andrew (at Hope Chapel) asked us to read it every day this week.

I read it yesterday, and have read part of it so far today. But my point is this: She was reading a version that translated chp. 1, vs. 3 as “But Jonah.

Jonah was the son of Amittai, who came from Gath-hepher in Zebulun (called Gittah-hepher in Joshua ). He was the earliest of the prophets and close behind Elisha in his place in the Old Testament.

Jonah’s story is told in the short (just 48 verses) but powerful book of Jonah. Sunday School Lesson: Jonah Runs From God. August 4, by Kelly Henderson. This lesson is based on the the first chapter of the Book of Jonah. It focuses on how a person’s disobedience to God causes difficulty in the lives of others.

Instead he went to Joppa and found a boat that was heading to Tarshish located miles away. Jonah Author: Kelly Henderson. A Study of Book of Jonah. Sermon # 1 “Attempting To Run From God.” Jonah Have you ever just wanted to run away.

We all probably have that feeling once in a while. We just want to get away. Sometimes it is even that way in the ministry. It is so hard trying to please so many people and such a strain feeling responsible for so many : John Hamby.

— The Book of Jonah: Can't Keep Running Away - Duration: VOUS Church Recommended for you. Running From Your Life - Amazing Jonah - Tim Mackie (The Bible Project) - Duration:. Letting Go: Running Away From God. Laurie Short. Women; August 9, If there is one book in the Bible that children love, and scholars love to avoid, it’s probably the book of Jonah.

And it mostly has to do with that darn whale. The big fish is actually a small part of the story, though certainly the most dramatic.Like all of God's children, Jonah was a sinner saved by grace, yet there was a time when he was not exactly willing to obey God.

Does this sound familiar as you consider your own life? In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses the great lengths Jonah went through to run away from God, and the great tenacity God used to catch him.

Jonah’s reason for running was that, quite simply, he did not like the Assyrians. Assyria was an idolatrous, proud, and ruthless nation bent on world conquest and had long been a threat to Israel. When God sent Jonah as a missionary to the capital, Nineveh, the prophet balked.