Jonah 2:8 ESV

Those who pay regard to vain idols forsake their hope of steadfast love.

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Studies from the Book of Jonah - Lesson 2
Day Four. Those who regard worthless idols forsake their own Mercy (Jonah 2:8 ). 1. An idol is anything that takes the place of God. With that in mind, let's see.
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Scriptural Reflections on Jonah
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I"DOL"EYES - Control - Alice Shirey
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