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Therefore I fled
I knew you were merciful and gracious Jonah says to God in Jonah 4:2, therefore I fled. We discuss his unusual reason for fleeing in this audio devotional.
Nineveh believed God
The people of Nineveh believed God in Jonah 3:4-5. This audio devotional is about their repentance and the role that Jonah played in bringing it about.
The second time
God called unto Jonah the second time in Jonah 3:1-2. This audio devotional describes God's goodness in giving Job and all of His people second chances.
Then Jonah prayed
God sent a great fish to swallow Jonah. Then Jonah prayed. This audio devotional from Jonah 2:1-2 talks about prayer at the most desperate times in life.
A great fish
God prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah. We discuss the reason behind and the circumstances surrounding this unusual trial in this audio devotional.
The crew aboard the ship carrying Jonah to Tarshish were exceedingly afraid when a storm arose. We take a closer look in this Jonah 1:10 audio devotional.
Rose up to flee
Jonah received a commandment from the Lord, but he rose up to flee in Jonah 1:3. This audio devotional explains the importance of obedience for disciples.
More than his beginning
God blessed Job late in life more than his beginning, according to Job 42:12-13. We discuss the indispensable usefulness of trials in this audio devotional.
Behold, I am vile
"Behold, I am vile," is the response from Job after he hears directly from God. We discuss our insignificance in comparison to God in this audio devotional.