No escape for the prophet: Jonah 2.1-10
By lynne_taylor, Updated
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When Jonah was escaping from the Lord a big storm raged, making the water churn and causing waves to crash against the boat. When the storm wouldn't stop Janah told the people on the boat to throw him in the water.
After Jonah was thrown into the sea, the Lord ordered a great fish to swallow Jonah to punish him. Jonah stayed in the fish for a total of three days and three nights. Then he started to pray.
While praying Jonah thanked the Lord for hearing his cries. He also said that the Lord had cast him into the depths of the ocean with a flood surrounding him and water over his head.
While in the fish Jonah had a lot of time to pray and think of what he had done and he had time to say he remembered the Lord.
Then Jonah finished his prayer by saying that the Lord saved him and that Jonah would sacrafice something for the Lord.
After Jonah finished his prayer the Lod instructed the fish to vomit Jonah on to dry land
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