I’ve encountered several people recently who fear death. I don’t know if you fear death or not. Personally, I don’t.
But as we study the book of Jonah, we see that Jonah sort of wanted to die, but he didn’t want to die by drowning. We see why in this study of Jonah 2:3. We see that Jonah prefers to die by digestion that to die by drowning. Isn’t that strange?
The Text of Jonah 2:3
For you cast me into the deep, Into the heart of the seas, And the floods surrounded me; All Your billows and Your waves passed over me.
In this discussion of Jonah 2:3 we look at:
- Why Jonah says God threw him into the sea when it was the sailors
- The description of the sea and what it means for Jonah
- Why Jonah prefers to die by digestion than to die by drowning
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