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#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 134 | The Prophets Before the Exile | Jonah 1-4, Psalm 129

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Day 134 | The Prophets Before the Exile

Jonah 1-4, Psalm 129

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  1. Jonah answered them, “I’m a Hebrew. I worship the Lord, the God of heaven. He is the God who made the sea and the land.”
    Jonah 1:9 GW

  2. So they cried to the Lord for help: “Please, Lord, don’t let us die for taking this man’s life. Don’t hold us responsible for the death of an innocent man, because you, Lord, do whatever you want.”
    Jonah 1:14 GW

  3. The men were terrified of the Lord. They offered sacrifices and made vows to the Lord.
    Jonah 1:16 GW

  4. I sank to the foot of the mountains. I sank to the bottom, where bars held me forever. But you brought me back from the pit, O Lord, my God.
    Jonah 2:6 GW

  5. “As my life was slipping away, I remembered the Lord. My prayer came to you in your holy temple. Those who hold on to worthless idols abandon their loyalty ⌞to you⌟. But I will sacrifice to you with songs of thanksgiving. I will keep my vow. Victory belongs to the Lord!”
    Jonah 2:7‭-‬9 GW

  6. Then the Lord spoke to the fish, and it spit Jonah out onto the shore.
    Jonah 2:10 GW

  7. Then the Lord spoke his word to Jonah a second time. He said, “Leave at once for the important city, Nineveh. Announce to the people the message I have given you.”
    Jonah 3:1‭-‬2 GW

  8. The people of Nineveh believed God. They decided to fast, and everyone, from the most important to the least important, dressed in sackcloth.
    Jonah 3:5 GW

  9. Every person and animal must put on sackcloth. Cry loudly to God for help. Turn from your wicked ways and your acts of violence. Who knows? God may reconsider his plans and turn from his burning anger so that we won’t die.” God saw what they did. He saw that they turned from their wicked ways. So God reconsidered his threat to destroy them, and he didn’t do it.
    Jonah 3:8‭-‬10 GW

  10. Shouldn’t I feel sorry for this important city, Nineveh? It has more than 120,000 people in it as well as many animals. These people couldn’t tell their right hand from their left.”
    Jonah 4:11 GW

  11. “From the time I was young, people have attacked me, but they have never overpowered me.
    Psalms 129:2 GW

  12. The Lord is righteous. He has cut me loose from the ropes that wicked people tied around me.
    Psalms 129:4 GW