Day Twenty: Jonah 4:9-11

Day Twenty: Jonah 4:9-11

Taking it In As we conclude the book of Jonah we have noticed that everyone has repented and turned back to God except Jonah. From the pagan sailors, to the Assyrian King, the Ninevites and even the cows have repented, yet Jonah is still filled with so much hate for...
Day Twenty: Jonah 4:9-11

Day Nineteen: Jonah 4:6-8

Taking it In All by himself, Jonah would like to overturn God’s redemption in and through Nineveh and prevent it, which is interesting, because God provides a shrub of sorts to provide Jonah shade, or protection, during this time. Perhaps God is giving Jonah a...
Day Twenty: Jonah 4:9-11

Day Eighteen: Jonah 4:4-5

Taking it In There is a lot going on in our two verses today. God wants Jonah to not simply profess God’s goodness but consider it, starting with his own life and existence. God is wrestling for Jonah’s soul and much of that wrestling match is with Jonah himself. One...
Day Twenty: Jonah 4:9-11

Day Seventeen: Jonah 4:2b-3

Taking it In There is a deep irony in the way Jonah’s request echoes the one Elijah makes in 1 Kings 19:3 when he fled for his life from Queen Jezebel, who swore revenge after the death of her prophets of Baal. He goes a day’s walk into the desert just like Jonah does...
Day Twenty: Jonah 4:9-11

Day Sixteen: Jonah 4:1-2a

Taking it In Jonah is a kind of an “anti-prophet.” He refuses to work for the future that God desires. Jonah fears the future that God desires because it is a future in which Nineveh is spared instead of being destroyed. In v. 2 we have another “prayer” if you could...

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