One Last Chance!

Jonah: Jon 1:1 One day the LORD told Jonah, the son of Amittai, Jon 1:2 to go to the great city of Nineveh and say to the people, "The LORD has seen your terrible sins. You are doomed!" Jon 1:3 Instead, Jonah ran from the LORD. He went to the seaport of Joppa and bought a ticket on a ship that was going to Spain. Then he got on the ship and sailed away to escape. Jon 1:4 But the LORD made a strong wind blow, and such a bad storm came up that the ship was about to be broken to pieces. Jon 1:5 The sailors were frightened, and they all started praying to their gods. They even threw the ship's cargo overboard to make the ship lighter. All this time, Jonah was down below deck, sound asleep. Jon 1:6 The ship's captain went to him and said, "How can you sleep at a time like this? Get up and pray to your God! Maybe he will have pity on us and keep us from drowning." Jon 1:7 Finally, the sailors got together and said, "Let's ask our gods to show us who caused all this trouble." It turned out to be Jonah. Jon 1:8 They started asking him, "Are you the one who brought all this trouble on us? What business are you in? Where do you come from? What is your country? Who are your people?" Jon 1:9 Jonah answered, "I'm a Hebrew, and I worship the LORD God of heaven, who made the sea and the dry land." Jon 1:10 When the sailors heard this, they were frightened, because Jonah had already told them he was running from the LORD. Then they said, "Do you know what you have done?" Jon 1:11 The storm kept getting worse, until finally the sailors asked him, "What should we do with you to make the sea calm down?" Jon 1:12 Jonah told them, "Throw me into the sea, and it will calm down. I'm the cause of this terrible storm." Jon 1:13 The sailors tried their best to row to the shore. But they could not do it, and the storm kept getting worse every minute.

Each of you must wear sackcloth. Jon 3:8 (SEE 3:7) Jon 3:9 (SEE 3:7) Jon 3:10 When God saw that the people had stopped doing evil things. I will offer a sacrifice to you. Then everyone in the city. Nineveh will be destroyed!" Jon 3:5 They believed God's message and set a time when they would go without eating to show their sorrow. It said: None of you or your animals may eat or drink a thing. I will keep my promise. Jon 3:6 When the king of Nineveh heard what was happening. and the sea calmed down." Jon 1:15 Then they threw Jonah overboard. Jon 3:1 Once again the LORD told Jonah Jon 3:2 to go to that great city of Nineveh and preach his message of doom. "Please don't let us drown for taking this man's life. The city was so big that it took three days just to walk through it. Jon 3:7 Then he and his officials sent out an order for everyone in the city to obey. Don't hold us guilty for killing an innocent man. and you must even put sackcloth on your animals. All of this happened because you wanted it to. . Jon 1:17 The LORD sent a big fish to swallow Jonah.Jon 1:14 So they prayed to the LORD. Maybe God will change his mind and have mercy on us. And it did. and Jonah was inside the fish for three days and three nights. so we won't be destroyed. he also dressed in sackcloth. my LORD. no matter who they were. he left the royal palace and sat in dust. Jonah warned the people. Jon 2:10 The LORD commanded the fish to vomit up Jonah on the shore. Jon 3:4 After walking for a day. "Forty days from now. dressed in sackcloth. Jon 3:3 Jonah obeyed the LORD and went to Nineveh. he had pity and did not destroy them as he had planned. because you are the one with power to save. Jon 1:16 The sailors were so terrified that they offered a sacrifice to the LORD and made all kinds of promises. You must also pray to the LORD God with all your heart and stop being sinful and cruel. Jon 2:9 But with shouts of praise.

a Samaritan woman came to draw water from the well. How can you ask me for a drink of water when Jews and Samaritans won't have anything to do with each other?" Joh 4:10 Jesus answered.Jon 4:1 Jonah was really upset and angry. Where are you going to get this life-giving water? Joh 4:12 Our ancestor Jacob dug this well for us. You are a kind and merciful God. you would ask me for the water that gives life. I knew from the very beginning that you wouldn't destroy Nineveh. Don't you think I should be concerned about that big city? Well woman: Joh 4:3 Jesus left Judea and started for Galilee again. "Would you please give me a drink of water?" Joh 4:7 (SEE 4:6) Joh 4:8 (SEE 4:6) Joh 4:9 "You are a Jew." she replied. not even foreigners. "You don't know what God wants to give you. "and I am a Samaritan woman. Joh 4:4 This time he had to go through Samaria. . "you don't even have a bucket. and after Jesus' disciples had gone into town to buy some food. and you are very patient. Jon 4:2 So he prayed: Our LORD. and you don't like to punish anyone. Jesus asked her. Jon 4:11 In that city of Nineveh there are more than a hundred twenty thousand people who cannot tell right from wrong. and his family and animals got water from it." the woman said. and you don't know who is asking you for a drink. and the well is deep. and many cattle are also there." Joh 4:11 "Sir. You always show love. Are you greater than Jacob?" Joh 4:13 Jesus answered. It was near the field that Jacob had long ago given to his son Joseph. and Jesus sat down beside it because he was tired from traveling. Joh 4:6 The well that Jacob had dug was still there. "Everyone who drinks this water will get thirsty again. It was noon. That's why I left my own country and headed for Spain. Joh 4:5 and on his way he came to the town of Sychar. If you did.

God will save the world. But none of them asked him what he wanted or why he was talking with her. "I don't have a husband. Joh 4:24 God is Spirit. When he comes. and by using us. Joh 4:22 You Samaritans don't really know the one you worship. "Sir. These are the ones the Father is seeking to worship him. "Sir. "you're telling the truth. Joh 4:25 The woman said. "Go and bring your husband. Joh 4:23 But a time is coming. You don't have a husband.Joh 4:14 But no one who drinks the water I give will ever be thirsty again." Joh 4:17 The woman answered. "and I am speaking to you now." Joh 4:18 (SEE 4:17) Joh 4:19 The woman said. He is the one we call Christ. . Joh 4:20 My ancestors worshiped on this mountain. "I know that the Messiah will come. But we Jews do know the God we worship. the time is coming when you won't worship the Father either on this mountain or in Jerusalem." Jesus replied. and it is already here! Even now the true worshipers are being led by the Spirit to worship the Father according to the truth. and the man you are now living with isn't your husband. and those who worship God must be led by the Spirit to worship him according to the truth." Joh 4:26 "I am that one. please give me a drink of that water! Then I won't get thirsty and have to come to this well again." Jesus told her. You have already been married five times. I can see that you are a prophet. he will explain everything to us. Joh 4:29 "Come and see a man who told me everything I have ever done! Could he be the Messiah?" Joh 4:30 Everyone in town went out to see Jesus. but you Jews say Jerusalem is the only place to worship." Joh 4:16 Jesus told her." "That's right. The water I give is like a flowing fountain that gives eternal life." Joh 4:21 Jesus said to her: Believe me." Joh 4:27 The disciples returned about this time and were surprised to find Jesus talking with a woman. Joh 4:28 The woman left her water jar and ran back into town." Joh 4:15 The woman replied. She said to the people.

" Joh 4:32 But Jesus told them." Joh 4:40 They came and asked him to stay in their town." Joh 4:33 His disciples started asking each other. Joh 4:39 A lot of Samaritans in that town put their faith in Jesus because the woman had said. and I must finish the work that he gave me to do. Joh 4:42 They told the woman. "I have food that you don't know anything about. Joh 4:35 You may say that there are still four months until harvest time. and others harvest the crop. Joh 4:36 Even now the harvest workers are receiving their reward by gathering a harvest that brings eternal life. "This man told me everything I have ever done. "Teacher. and we are certain that he is the Savior of the world!" . "Has someone brought him something to eat?" Joh 4:34 Jesus said: My food is to do what God wants! He is the one who sent me. "Some plant the seed. Jesus' disciples were saying to him. Joh 4:37 So the saying proves true. "We no longer have faith in Jesus just because of what you told us. and he stayed on for two days.Joh 4:31 While this was happening. and you will see that the fields are ripe and ready to harvest. But I tell you to look. We have heard him ourselves." Joh 4:38 I am sending you to harvest crops in fields where others have done all the hard work. Joh 4:41 Many more Samaritans put their faith in Jesus because of what they heard him say. Then everyone who planted the seed and everyone who harvests the crop will celebrate together. please eat something.