A.M. 3142. B.C. 862.
In this chapter we have,
(1,) Jonah’s prayer in the fish’s belly, representing the danger and distress he was in, 2, 3, 5, 6; the despair to which he was almost reduced, and the encouragement he took to himself in this deplorable condition, 4-7.
(2,) His warning to others, 8.
(3,) His ascription of praise and thanksgiving to God, 9.
(4,) He is safely restored to dry land by the fish, 10.
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