Idioms from the Bible

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These are Idioms from the Bible

Jonah’s Journey

God had asked Jonah to go to Nineveh to address the people to repent. But Jonah went to Tarshish and during the journey there came a big storm. Lots were cast and then Jonah was dumped into the sea. He was swallowed by a whale which spat him out after three days near the coast of Nineveh.

Jonah’s journey as an idiom means a victory, fortune, and success after a trying and troublesome situation.

In my walk of life, I am experiencing Jonah’s Journey.

Nineveh

When Jonah preached to the people in Nineveh, they repented and God did appreciate their repentance and did not bring the city to ruin.

Nineveh as an Idiom means having favor in God’s sight.

If you have a Nineveh in your life, you will be blessed.

 

 


Submitted: February 16, 2021

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