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    Jonah (Part #2)

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    Jonah: Reluctant Prophet (Part #2) completes our study on the minor prophet by explaining the transition of "whales" from masculine to feminine and naturally provides the timeless moral of his story. This second of two sermons proves that Jonah was a prefigure of the coming Redeemer thus genuine Israelites could recognize Yahshua's approach depending on their familiarity of this gloomy narrative.

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    Jonah: Reluctant Prophet (Part #2) [2015] completes our study on the minor prophet by explaining the transition of "whales" from masculine to feminine and naturally provides the timeless moral of his story. This second of two sermons proves that Jonah was a prefigure of the coming Redeemer thus genuine Israelites could recognize Yahshua's approach depending on their familiarity of this gloomy narrative.



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    Jonah #2 – Pastor J. Visser @ Covenant People's Ministry

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    Jonah: Reluctant Prophet (Part #2 of 2) [2015] completes our study on the minor prophet by explaining the transition of "whales" from masculine to feminine and naturally provides the timeless moral of his story. This second of two sermons proves that Jonah was a prefigure of the coming Redeemer thus genuine Israelites could recognize Yahshua's approach depending on their familiarity of this gloomy narrative.



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