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A Whale of a Tale About a Guy Named Jonah (Parable)

Joe Loesch

A Whale of a Tale About a Guy Named Jonah (Parable)

by Joe Loesch

  • 133 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Toy Box Productions .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals - General,
  • Religious - Christian,
  • Children"s Audio - 4-8,
  • Fiction,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Audio - Children"s

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio CD
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8708856M
    ISBN 101887729097
    ISBN 109781887729093

      “Now the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah. And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights” (Jonah ). Here is where the story really gets interesting because of all the important symbolism. The first is the number 3. Jonah was in the belly of the whale for 3 days and 3 nights. Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah In My Stomach And I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up!: : Troy Schmidt: Books/5(2).

    The Whale Ship Essex. On the 20th of November , the Nantucket whaling ship ship Essex (87 feet long with a 21 man crew) found a group of sperm whales in the South Pacific, the whaling boats were launched and the hunt began. A man named Owen Chase the first mate harpooned a large bull which trashed about with its hugely powerful flukes and smashed a hole in the boat. Full Jonah and the Whale Lesson and Craft found at Title: Microsoft Word - Jonah and the Whale Created Date.

    The story of Jonah is similar to what the world is about to experience, although on a much grander scale. “There is something greater than Jonah here.” Those who want to quickly deny the story of Jonah would be among those who also want to deny the story of Jesus surviving three days in his tomb. But I want to tell “the rest of the story.” I. Scholars unanimously agree that the small book of Jonah is unique among the Book of the 12 Minor Prophets. It tells a story about the prophet rather than his prophecy. A. The story of Jonah cannot be viewed as historical fact even though a prophet named Jonah is mentioned in I : Gaither Bailey.


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A Whale of a Tale About a Guy Named Jonah (Parable) by Joe Loesch Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Whale Tells His Side of the Story: Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up. [Schmidt, Troy, Jones, Cory] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Whale Tells His Side of the Story: Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up!/5(14).

The Whale Tells His Side of the Story: Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up. by Troy Schmidt and Cory Jones | May 1, out of 5 stars The Book of Jonah is a book of the Nevi'im ("Prophets") in the Hebrew tells of a Hebrew prophet named Jonah son of Amittai who is sent by God to prophesy the destruction of Nineveh but tries to escape the divine mission.

Set in the reign of Jeroboam II (– BC), it was probably written in the post-exilic period, some time between the late 5th to early 4th century BC. Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up. is a fun new book for kids written by Troy Schmidt and illustrated by Cory Jones.

Nearly everyone is familiar with the story of Jonah There is an entire book in the Bible devoted to his story and how he tried to run away from doing what God asked/5.

Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up. imagines how that great sea creature from the incident might tell his side of the story, helping kids ages 4 to 8 discover a creative way of learning about that guy who was supposed to go to Ninevah.5/5(2).

The Story of Jonah and the Whale. The Wonder Book of Bible Stories — Logan Marshall. At this time another prophet, named Jonah, was giving the word of the Lord to the Israelites.

To Jonah the Lord spoke, saying: "Go to Nineveh, that great city, and preach to it; for its wickedness rises up before me.". The tale has been told millions of times, but people always talk about Jonah and what he went through, but what about the whale.

He had some guy stuck in his stomach and I'm sure he didn't taste too good either and this book is his side of that famous story.5/5(2). The Hardcover of the Whale of a Tale: About a Guy Named Jonah by Joe Loesch, Ott Denney | at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Joe Loesch. If Jonah’s three days in the whale were counted like Christ’s three days in the tomb, after the Semitic fashion—that is, parts of three distinct days, but perhaps only slightly more than twenty-four hours total—then it is possible that Jonah could have been coughed up by that great fish just as his story : Catholic Answers.

In this book ‘Hey, God I’ve Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I’m Going to Throw Up’ there is a parent interaction page at the back of the book.

It will allow us as parents to not only read this super cute story with our children but also give you a list of questions that will help to open up Bible discussions with your.

A classic Bible story retold from the whale’s perspective depicts its divine encounter as parallel to that of Jonah. A fresh, contemporary attitude infuses the narrative voice: upon hearing God.

Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up. imagines how that great sea creature from the incident might tell his side of the story, helping kids ages 4 to 8 discover a creative way of learning about that guy who was supposed to go to Ninevah/5(2).

Many Christians are inclined to interpret the story of Jonah in the Old Testament as an allegory that was never meant to be understood as actual history. However, allegories or parables in the Bible are always either said to be so, or made evident in the context.

The Book of Jonah, however, is written as a historical tale with a historical prophet mentioned in II Kings and confirmed to. Question: "Was Jonah truly swallowed by a whale?" Answer: The book of Jonah recounts the story of a disobedient prophet who, upon being swallowed by a whale (or a “great fish”) and vomited upon the shore, reluctantly led the reprobate city of Nineveh to repentance.

The Bible’s plain teaching is that, yes, Jonah was truly swallowed by a whale (or a great fish). The book of Jonah is about God and Jonah, not the whale (or fish) and Jonah. Those who scoff at, doubt or otherwise ridicule the book of Jonah are in actuality doubting Christ's own integrity.

Jesus believed and taught that Jonah was a real person, and that the events described in the Bible really did happen to him.

A WHALE OF A TALE ABOUT A GUY NAMED JONAH - This is a story of Jonah, one of God’s servants and his encounter with one huge whale in the story tells what happens when God’s commands are disobeyed.

You’ll meet Oddy Octopus, Crabby Crab, Chipper the adorable chipmunk and of course, the enormous Wally Whale. Jonah and the Whale – Enjoy this traditional retelling of the classic Biblical story about Jonah and the Whale with beautiful illustrations!.

Jonah and the Whale – This extra-large format story book is a perfect size for sharing with young children, and makes an ideal book also features a note for parents, to help them get the most out of the story.

The Book of Jonah was written in Old Testament's period by the prophet named Jonah who wrote about his experience being swallowed by the whale in part, the story, Jonah and the Whale is about Jonah's relationship with God.

We get a glimpse of God's character in the story. God could've let a shark eat Jonah, then enlisted somebody else to go. This by far has been my favorite child’s story for the day.

It was funny but filled with a very valuable lesson. It is a story that references to the to the tale about Jonah and the whale in the Bible. The back of the book even gives you an idea of how to help your kids relate to Jonah in this story.

When I truly love something it’s hard for me not to chatter on and give away to many. Storylines in biblical tales are utilized repeatedly, but are cunningly disguised. The whale of a tale of Jonah, the 32nd book in the Old Testament production lineup, is another case in point.

The story of Jonah in the belly of the whale is presented in Judaism as a model of human ability to repent and the willingness of god to forgive. My boys have heard the story of Jonah and the Whale, and love the Veggie Tales version, but no one ever tells the tale from the Whale’s side.

until Troy Schmidt. He created a book called: Hey God, I’ve Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I .Synopsis. Scarlett and Sam keep going back in time. Their Grandma Mina has a magical carpet that keeps landing them in back in Biblical days. This time the twins find themselves following around a crazy guy named Jonah who seems to be on the run.

A major literary debut, an epic tale of love, failure, and unexpected faith set in New York, Amsterdam, and Las Vegas The modern-day Jonah at the center of Joshua Max Feldman's brilliantly conceived retelling of the book of Jonah is a young Manhattan lawyer named Jonah Jacobstein.

He's a lucky man: healthy and handsome, with two beautiful women ready to spend the rest of th/5.