3 edition of A practical exposition of the historical prophesie of Jonah found in the catalog.
A practical exposition of the historical prophesie of Jonah
by printed by L. Miller for John Chandler, bookseller in Reading in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Prophesie of Jonah|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1968:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 219,  p|
|Number of Pages||219|
The book of Jonah is a special book in the Old Testament which tells us about a historical event in the life of the prophet Jonah. Jonah was a disobedient prophet whom God had to discipline. Jonah was like us. The most unusual event that occurred in his life was the fact that he was swallowed by a large sea animal and then returned to life to talk about it. This Bible series is very practical. You will . JONAH Introduction: The prophet Jonah lived during the reign of Jeroboam II over the Northern Kingdom of Israel. Halley’s Handbook dates Jeroboam at BC. Jonah originated from Gad-Hefer, a little city in the area of Zebulon, a few miles from the border with Issachar.1 Both in II Kings as in Jonah , Jonah is.
The Book of Jonah Preface Those of you who are familiar with the story of Jonah and the whale know that Jonah hopped a ship heading in the opposite direction when God commanded him to go preach to the Ninevites. You will also remember how God provided Jonah with a “living submarine” to get him back where he belonged. Get this from a library! Jonah, the self-willed prophet: a practical exposition of the book of Jonah: together with a translation and exegetical notes. [Stuart Mitchell].
Furthermore, the book of Jonah seems to indicate that there is an inherent conditional element behind all prophecies, even if not explicitly stated. The message of Jonah to the people of Nineveh contained no conditional statement. Book of Jonah, the fifth of 12 Old Testament books that bear the names of the Minor Prophets, embraced in a single book, The Twelve, in the Jewish canon. Unlike other Old Testament prophetic books, Jonah is not a collection of the prophet’s oracles but primarily a narrative about the man. Jonah is.
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While not being a work of textual research, for which Henry recommended Matthew Poole's Synopsis Criticorum, Henry's Exposition gives the result of a critical account of the original as of his time, with practical application.
It was considered sensible and stylish, a commentary for devotional purposes.5/5(1). A Practical Exposition of the Book of Jonah  - Kindle edition by Peddie, James (). Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Practical Exposition of the Book of Jonah .Author: James () Peddie.
VIII. CHARACTER OF BOOK. The book is greatly maligned by anti-supernaturalism. Jonah is viewed as myth, legend, parable, allegory and history. There is no adequate reason to regard Jonah as non-historical. The form of the book is clearly historical. Jonah was an actual person.
Nineveh was an actual city. Jonah therefore is the only prophet of the OT revealing the grace of God towards the heathen. Jonah's experiences form the main contents and purpose of the book.
The prophetic significance of this book not only lies in the short message in Nineveh but also in the entire history of Jonah described in his book. (Matt. xii) But if the book is not history, our Lord's statement is false, for he says the Ninevites did repent. There is no rational possibility of denying our Lord's positive statement without impeaching his veracity.
His words authorize the following conclusions: I. There was a prophet whose name was Jonah, as is stated in 2 Kings xiv The most difficult and troubling passages often open their meaning and significance in the most beautiful way when the historical and cultural background of the text is grasped.
This is certainly true with the story of Jonah. Jonah lived and ministered in Israel during the 8th century BC, during the reign of King Jeroboam II (2 Kings ).
Written by the Prophet Jonah, son of Amittai, around B.C., the book of Jonah is different from the other prophetic books of the audience of the book of Jonah was the people of Israel and all future readers of the Bible and, typically, prophets issued warnings or gave instructions to the people of Israel.
The Witness of Jonah - Max Reich - The Messianic Hope of Israel. Passing over the brief prophecy of Obadiah, with its veiled reference to the Messiah in Saviours who will "go up on Mount Zion," under the leadership of the Jehovah-Saviour, for "the kingdom shall be the Lord’s" (Obadiah ), we come to the book of the prophet Jonah.
The Book of Jonah is interesting and unusual in several ways. First, unlike other prophetic books, Jonah is primarily a narrative. Second, Jonah is the most unprophet-like prophet in the prophetic writings.
He is disobedient and wholly uninterested in serving as a prophet. Third. Technically, the book of Jonah is anonymous, however Jewish tradition holds that the author is Jonah himself.
In more recent years it has come to be believed that “the book is about Jonah rather than by him.” “It is chiefly a book about a prophet instead of being a collection of oracles of the prophet.
An Outline. Commentary on the Book of Jonah by Cooper Abrams. JONAH TRIES TO FLEES FROM GOD'S A. God Commissions Jonah was one of God's prophets during the period of the Divided Kingdom.
He was God's instrument to carry out God's Will on earth. Mainstream Bible scholars generally regard the Book of Jonah as fictional and often at least partially satirical, but the character of Jonah may have been based on the historical prophet of the same name mentioned in 2 Kings An Exposition, With Practical Observations, of The Book of Jonah This book of Jonah, though it be placed here in the midst of the prophetical books of scripture, is yet rather a history than a prophecy; one line of prediction there is in it, Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown; the rest of the book is a narrative of the preface to and the consequences of that prediction.
The book of Jonah is about an event that Jesus said took place in history. The man Jonah was the main character of the book, he was the son of Amittai (Jonah ), and a native of Gathhepher, which was a city of the tribe of Zebulun in the northern Galilee region.
A practical exposition of the historical prophesie of Jonah: delivering sundry brief notes in a cursory way concerning the mind of the Holy Ghost in the several passages.
Imprimatur. June 5. Many have questioned whether the book of Jonah is historical. The supposed legendary character of some of the events (e.g., the episode involving the great fish) has caused them to suggest alternatives to the traditional view that the book is historical, biographical narrative.
Redford’s exhaustive examination of the book of Jonah offers historical and practical exposition. This exegetical study takes a holistic approach to the book. Redford focuses less on criticism and more on the general nature of the narrative, defending the work of the prophet against critical attacks and offering his own analysis of Jonah’s character and mission.
Of the many commentaries on Jonah that were used as I preached through the book, this one was among the most useful. It is not so much a technical or theological commentary as it is a pastoral, practical examination of the prophet and his heart.4/5(35). Jonah – The word of the Lord came to Jonah son of Amittai: “Go to the great city of Nineveh and preach against it, because its wickedness has come up before me.” Jonah was comfortable.
He was a prophet in a nation he is proud of. Then all of sudden God decided to come between Jonah. This is a clear and thorough exposition of Jonah, an extremely helpful resource for all students of Scripture—experts and beginners alike." — Pastor John MacArthur "This book has eyes that see God’s glory in Scripture, and it has hands that grasp the deepest motives of our hearts.
Historical – Theological Themes: Jonah, though a prophet of Israel, is not remembered for his ministry in Israel which could explain why the Pharisees erringly claimed in Jesus’ day that no prophet had come from Galilee (John ).
Rather, the book relates the account of his call to preach repentance to Nineveh and his refusal to go.A. Notice that Jonah received A Divine call. v. 1 1. This call came to a humble person. v. 1a The name Jonah means "dove." This reminds us of the humble spirit which Jonah must have had when God first called him.
Jonah was teachable up to a point, but when God told him of His plan for him to go to a wicked Gentile nation, then Jonah's.This book of Jonah, though it be placed here in the midst of the prophetical books of scripture, is yet rather a history than a prophecy; one line of prediction there is in it, Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown; the rest of the book is a narrative of the preface to and the consequences of that prediction.
In the midst of the obscure prophecies before and after this book, wherein.