A.M. 3142. B.C. 862.
In this chapter we have,
(2,) His disobedience to God, and flight from his land, Jonah 1:3 .
(3,) God’s pursuit and arrest of him by a storm, in which he was asleep, Jonah 1:4-6 .
(4,) His disobedience discovered by the heathen mariners to be the cause of the storm, Jonah 1:7-10 .
(5,) With great reluctance the mariners cast him into the sea, as the only means of obtaining a calm, Jonah 1:11-16 .
(6,) A great fish, by swallowing him up, preserves him for future service, Jonah 1:17 .
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