Image from page 120 of "The Bible panorama, or The Holy Scriptures in picture and story" (1891)
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here is thy country? and to what people dost thoubelong ? Jonah answered, I am an Hebrew, and am fleeing from the Lord whomade the sea and the ary land, that I may not hear his voice speaking to me.And the men were greatly afraid, and said, Why hast thou done this thing?And they asked Jonah, What shall Ave do to thee, that the sea may be still forus? For the ship was tossed by the tempest. Jonah answered them, Take meup and cast me into the sea, so shall the sea be still for you, because I knowthat it is for my sake this danger has come upon you. Then they took upJonah and cast him into the sea, and the sea grew still and calm. Now the Lord had sent a great fish to the side of the ship, to swallow up Jonah as soon as he should be cast into the sea. And Jonah was in the fish three days and three nights. And he prayed to the Lord while he was in the fish; he cried to God in his trouble, and confessed his sin, and God heard him, and commanded the fish to cast him out on the dry land. 114
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JONAH IS CAST OUT BY THE FISH UPON DRY LAND. 115 JOS v 11 II !0. The Lord Spares Nineyeh. 7TFTER Jonah had been cast up on dry land by the great fish, the Lord 7^\ spoke to him again, and said, Rise up and go to Nineveh, that great city, and preach to the people the words that I shall tell thee. So Jonah arose and went. And he came into the middle of the city, as far as he could walk in one day, and there he cried out with a loud voice, and said, After forty days Nineveh shall be destroyed, for the sins of the people. When the king of Nineveh, and the people, heard this, they believed thatGod had sent Jonah, and that the words he spoke would come true. And theking rose up from his throne, and took off his royal robes and put on sack-cloth. And the king and his princes sent word through the city that all thepeople should fast and pray. When God saw how they prayed to him, andceased doing evil, he took away his anger from them and did not destroy thecity. But Jonah was displeased at thi
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