Jonah | 32 – 54 min

The Book of Jonah is often named by atheists as the book they can’t believe. How can a man survive in a fish for 3 days? Is there archeological evidence of Nineveh? In this series Michael will take you through the entire book of Jonah, verse by verse.



Session 1 | 49 min

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This first session will introduce you to Jonah, who he was and where he lived, and cover the first three verses in Chapter 1.
Passage: Jonah 1:1-3
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Session 2 | 42 min

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In this session we pick up Jonah’s story in verse 3 where Jonah flees from his mission and ends up in a great fish. There is a lot we can learn from Jonah’s story, even what not to do.
Passage: Jonah 1:3-17
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Session 3 | 53 min

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This session will address the most controversial verse from the Book of Jonah: “And the Lord appointed a great fish to swallow Jonah, and Jonah was in the stomach of the fish three days and three nights.” Jonah 1:17 (NASB). Is there a fish that can swallow a person whole? Could you survive in such a fish? What does science say?
Passage: Jonah 1:17
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Session 4 | 54 min

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This session reviews Jonah 1:17 and continues into chapter 2. Jonah is trapped in the fish and after prayer is regurgitated on a beach. We will examine the content and structure of Jonah’s prayer and why it is important.
Passage: Jonah 2:1-10
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Session 5 | 47 min

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In this session we will focus on Jonah’s second calling and the city of Nineveh. God’s second set of instructions is slightly different from the first. What changed? Nineveh was also not some random city. Why was it significant? What were its people like?
Passage: Jonah 3:1-3
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Session 6 | 32 min

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This session covers the last part of Chapter 3. Jonah begins his ministry in Nineveh which experiences a revival. What is significant about the people’s response?
Passage: Jonah 3:4-10
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Session 7 | 40 min

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In this session we will focus on the first three verses of chapter 4. Jonah becomes angry and prays to God. Why does Jonah get angry at the repentance of the people? What can we learn from his heart?
Passage: Jonah 4:1-3
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Session 8 | 43 min

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This session continues our study of Chapter 4 and Jonah’s reaction to the revival. What can we learn from Jonah and his ministry to Nineveh?
Passage: Jonah 4:4-6
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Session 9 | 48 min

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This session is the last part in our study and covers the remaining of Chapter 4. Jonah sets up camp by Nineveh to watch its destruction instead of continuing his ministry to the people. What can we learn from Jonah’s obedience, or lack thereof, and his relationship with God?
Passage: Jonah 4:7-11
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