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Heralds of God’s Perfections Jonah, Micah, and Nahum (Digital)


Jonah, Micah, and Nahum

Heralds of God’s Perfections

By Robert Jones

The prophets Jonah, Micah, and Nahum each provide an important addition to the knowledge of Israel’s history. Jonah’s account of God’s providential dealings with him as an individual is known by every child who is taught the stories of Bible characters, and his experience also shows how willing God is to accept the repentance of a sinful city facing destruction. Nahum in turn shows the danger of a spurious repentance in the judgment that later fell upon the same city when it returned to its former sins. Micah reveals God’s delight in pardoning the sins of his own covenant people with a forgiveness which not only puts away their punishment, but also removes their desire to sin. These prophets who served the perfect and holy God of all the earth were not
perfect men, yet God chose them for work that none other could do. May the reader be better enabled by their divinely inspired words to “stand perfect and complete in all the will of God” (Col. 4:12)


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