In the book of Jonah, the main character is neither Jonah nor the great fish—but God. When God chose Jonah to be His messenger to the lost Ninevites, Jonah headed in the opposite direction. But god is long-suffering and tenderly works with us to bring us to himself. Set in the splendor of the Persian Empire at the height of power in the fifth century B.C., Esther gets involved in a dramatic tale of love, hate, and palace intrigue. Finally Ruth, a story of faithfulness and commitment, is considered one of the most beautiful pieces of literature in the Bible.Nine weeks of daily (6) lessons include in-depth study questions, commentary, and memory challenges.