The true meaning of Jonah is so much more than a Sunday School lesson. I’ve had the opportunity to study Jonah over the course of a couple of months during our Sunday worship service. Our pastor usually practices expository preaching and I have a whole new opinion on the popular bible story of Jonah.
I have to admit, I am so much a Jonah. I don’t want to go to Nineveh. I tend to like to stay in my comfort zone, but I know God’s ways are always omniscient. His plans are far greater than my plans.
I want to encourage you to study a chapter of Jonah each day. There are 4 chapters and I always like to have a review day. I have included a Jonah of the Bible daily schedule and notebook pages for your convenience. Spend the last day going over your notes.
I used the S.O.A.P. method each morning during my Ruth of the Bible study. In case you are not familiar with the S.O.A.P. method, you can read a previous post that I wrote about utilizing the S.O.A.P. method.
I challenge you to let the Holy Spirit enlighten you while you marvel in the Holy Spirit’s words spoken through the Book of Jonah.
Satan wants to do anything and everything to keep you out of His Holy Word. If you skip a day, don’t give up, just continue where you left off.
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Studying the meaning of Jonah will help you to lean on our Heavenly Father when He calls us to make the difficult journey.