Which way to Nineveh Author:Ethel Barrett Jonah was trying to hide from God, then a big fish with his mouth wide open came swimming toward him. "Which Way to Nineveh?" is all Jonah could think about. — The Israelites had a way with them. They often seemed to be trying to hide from God. If only they had realized it and asked, "Which way to where God wants us to be?" But sometimes they did... more »n't ask. This book is about those times.
Sometimes a few of them remembered and turned around and went the way they should. This book is about them, too.
In fact this book is about times in the Old Testament when Joash and Josiah were boy kings. It's about Jonah, and prophets like Isaiah and Jeremiah, and brave people like Daniel and Esther, and builders like Ezra and Nehemiah. You say you don't think that part of the Bible is exciting? Just wait until you read it the way Ethel Barrett tells it. She has a way of taking those long passages of Scripture that you can't always understand and saying them in a way that you do understand - sometimes so well that it gets a little uncomfortable. Just wait until you read those conversations between you and your conscience. They're right here in this book. When you're finished you will probably be saying, "Which way to my Nineveh?"« less