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  • He restored the border of Israel from the entrance of Hamath up to the Dead Sea, according to the word which Yahweh, the God of Israel, had said through the mouth of his servant, the prophet Jonah, the son of Amittai from Gath-hepher. (2 Kings 14, 25)

  • The word of Yahweh came to Jonah, son of Amittai, (Jonah 1, 1)

  • But Jonah decided to flee from Yahweh and go to Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, found a ship bound for Tarshish, and paid the fare. Then he boarded it and went into the hold of the ship, journeying with them to Tarshish, far away from Yahweh. (Jonah 1, 3)

  • Meanwhile Jonah had gone into the hold of the ship, where he lay fast asleep. The captain came upon him and said, "How can you sleep? Get up and call on your god. Perhaps he will be mindful of us and will not allow us to die here." (Jonah 1, 6)

  • The sailors said to each other, "Let us cast lots to find out who is responsible for this disaster." So they did, and the lot fell on Jonah. (Jonah 1, 7)

  • And Jonah told them his story, "I am a Hebrew and I worship Yahweh, God of heaven who made the sea and the land..." (Jonah 1, 9)

  • They took Jonah and threw him overboard, and the raging sea grew calm again. (Jonah 1, 15)

  • Yahweh provided a large fish which swallowed Jonah. He remained in the belly of the fish for three days and three nights. (Jonah 2, 1)

  • From the belly of the fish Jonah prayed to Yahweh, his God: (Jonah 2, 2)

  • Then Yahweh gave his command to the fish, and it belched out Jonah onto dry land. (Jonah 2, 11)

  • The word of Yahweh came to Jonah a second time: (Jonah 3, 1)

  • In obedience to the word of Yahweh, Jonah went to Nineveh. It was a very large city, and it took three days just to cross it. (Jonah 3, 3)


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