The Meaning of Jonah 3 Explained

Jonah 3

[1] And the word  of the LORD  came unto Jonah  the second  time, saying,  [2] Arise,  unto Nineveh,  that great  city,  and preach  unto it the preaching  that I bid  [3] So Jonah  arose,  unto Nineveh,  according to the word  of the LORD.  Now Nineveh  was an exceeding  great  city  of three  days'  journey.  [4] And Jonah  began  to enter  into the city  day's  journey,  and he cried,  and said,  Yet forty  days,  and Nineveh  shall be overthrown.  [5] of Nineveh  believed  God,  and proclaimed  a fast,  and put  on sackcloth,  from the greatest  of them even to the least  [6] For word  came  unto the king  of Nineveh,  and he arose  from his throne,  and he laid  his robe  from him, and covered  him with sackcloth,  and sat  in ashes.  [7] And he caused it to be proclaimed  and published  through Nineveh  by the decree  of the king  and his nobles,  saying,  Let neither man  nor beast,  herd  nor flock,  taste  any thing:  let them not feed,  nor drink  water:  [8] But let man  and beast  be covered  with sackcloth,  and cry  mightily  unto God:  yea, let them turn  every one  from his evil  way,  and from the violence  that is in their hands.  [9] Who can tell  if God  will turn  and repent,  and turn away  from his fierce  anger,  that we perish  [10] And God  saw  their works,  that they turned  from their evil  way;  and God  repented  of the evil,  that he had said  that he would do 

What does Jonah 3 Mean?

Chapter Summary: Jonah 3

1  Jonah, sent again, preaches to the Ninevites
5  Upon their repentance,
10  God relents

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