Covenant Footsteps Ministries

Valerie Moody, the Gentle Voice of Covenant Footsteps Ministries

The Jonah Mystery -- Changing God's Judgments

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The Jonah Mystery -- Changing God's Judgments


The Jonah Mystery explains how common, everyday people can alter God’s judgments, even when they deserve to be judged.  This book reveals the message of repentance (Hebrew teshuvah) in a way that you have never understood before. 

The Jonah Mystery identifies the keys to spiritual transformation, with lessons for today, guidance for tomorrow, and secret messages from the past.  It also unlocks the shocking reasons why Jonah wanted to avoid God’s mission to Nineveh.

Answers to some of the world’s great mysteries are buried in the story of Jonah.  The book is packed with miracles, and rich biblical symbols.  Seven principles in the Jonah Mystery form a Menorah pattern, and unfold through the language of its seven branches.  Michelangelo used its mysteries to encode secret information in the Sistine Chapel.  This life-changing book includes:   

Symbolism of water and trees

Twelves Signs of Jonah which relate to Jesus (Yeshua)

Michelangelo’s Secret Message to the Church

Effect of Names on Destiny

Meaning of Hebrew Letters and Numbers

Four Levels of Scripture, Peshat, Remez, Drash, and Sod

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One person who clearly heard His voice, yet turned away, was Jonah.  Far from being condemned for refusing to do His will, Jonah was dramatically placed into a situation that required submission.  Valerie explores this fascinating Bible character in “The Jonah Mystery, Changing God’s Judgments.”

The reader finds that Valerie treats this topic as one of altering biblical judgments through teshuvah or repentance.  As demonstrated by Nineveh, which avoided destruction by turning back to Elohim, she identifies the principles of teshuvah. Valerie’s intimate knowledge of scripture, coupled with her passion for detailed research, led her to a discovery concerning why Jonah was so unwilling to preach to a pagan empire, sparing their capital city from pre-determined judgment.