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Jesus’ Supportive Mention of The Prophet Jonah . For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. Matthew 12:40. I. Jonah Refusal Shows God’s Patience

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jesus supportive mention of the prophet jonah

Jesus’ Supportive Mention ofThe Prophet Jonah

For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

Matthew 12:40

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I. Jonah Refusal Shows God’s Patience

A. Jonah’s despair (Jonah 1:1-17).

B. Jonah’s praying (Jonah 2:1-9).

C. Deliverance (Jonah 2:10).

II. Nineveh’s Revival Shows God’s Pardon

A. Jonah’s Preaching through God’s command.

B. Nineveh’s confession.

C. God’s compassion. Jonah 3:1-10

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III. Jonah’s Complaint to God

A. Jonah’s resentment shows God’s compassion

( Jonah 4:1-3).

B. Jonah’s lack of pity (Jonah 4:1).

IV. God’s Strong Points ( Jonah 4:4; 4:9)

  • Doest thou well to be angry? KJV
  • Is it right for you to be angry? NIV
  • Doest thou well to be angry for the gourd?KJV
  • Do you think it is right for you to be angry about the plant? NCV
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V. God questions Jonah sarcastically.

  • Do you think it is right for you to be angry for my compassion to the repentant people of Nineveh? (Jonah 4:9)
  • Jonah’s reaction is his reserved mouth and his angry expression.
  • God gives him for a test-1. the leafy plant, 2. worms 3. a scorching east wind.
  • Jonah becomes very angry and wants to die.
  • God rebukes him for being worry about the plant more than 120,000 people of Nineveh. They don’t know wrong from right.
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VI. A Question of any whale swallow a human today

  • In 1891
  • Falk Islands near Argentina, South America
  • James Bartley
  • He was swallowed by a sperm whale.
  • He was alive when he was taken out of the stomach of the whale on the whale factory ship.
  • His skin was bleached.
  • His epitaph in Ireland says “A modern day Jonah”.
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An Analogy of Jonah and James Bartley in the stomach of whale

A.True story

  • Jonah-3 days and 3 nights.
  • James Bartley-2 days.
  • Both of them were alive in the miracle, which is of God.
  • T rust in God’s word
  • Jonah praying in whale’s stomach is delivered from the dark stomach.
  • Jesus prays and buried for 3 days and 3 nights after he dies on the cross. Finally he rises from the death to defeat Satan.
  • Are you ready to ask God for delivering your soul and spirit from your darkmind and heart right now?

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