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The Sign of Jonah - Finally Understood

Do you know what the Sign of Jonah is? Many people understand it to be related to Jesus' resurrection but do you know its real significance?

For a revelation of what it really means go to Jesus' Resurrection where you can read about it real significance.

On this page, I am asking if you can please help me out? I am doing research in connection with my book In the Heart of the Earth: The Secret Code That Reveals What Is In the Heart of God. The book presents a detailed examination of the deeper meaning of Jesus words:

"But he answered and said unto them, An evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas: For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth." (Matt 12:39-40)

The question I would like to get your answer for is:

What do you think this sign that Jesus referred
to in the verses quoted above is a sign of?

I am just wanting to know what the common understanding of the meaning is. (All I need is a short, even just one-sentence answer.) I have come to see it differently than most, but would like to verify this.

When I have received 100 usable responses I will randomly draw one of them and send a free copy of my book to the first name I draw that I can contact (would need contact info).

Please use the form below to provide your answer. You do not even need to provide an email address if you don't want. If you do, I will let you know the results and you will be eligible for the draw. Your response will help me and be much appreciated. Thank you.

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