Flash Post 200!
Button, look carefully at these two visuals. What do you see?
It’s fish for sure and I should know. But what’s the round thing it’s trapped inside?
The roundish thing is a jellyfish and the fish is trapped inside it. Underwater photographer Tim Samuel captured it near a popular tourist resort called Byron Bay off Australia’s east coast when he was in the water.
The fish looks very scared, for sure. How will it escape?
I don’t have a clue and and the jellyfish isn’t much larger than the fish so does it mean that the fish is static inside the stomach of the jellyfish and is being carried along?
No wonder it looks unhappy and scared. But there’s a bit of its tail sticking out from the jellyfish. Could it mean that it is doing the steering?
This reminds me of a story from the Bible about Jonah and how he was trapped inside the stomach of a huge whale.
Tell me the story.
There was a huge storm and the sailors sailing with Jonah found out that the storm in which they were caught was no ordinary storm and it would blow over only if they threw Jonah into the water. As soon as they did this, the storm subsided and the sailors got saved but God sent a huge whale to swallow Jonah. Jonah also got saved by staying inside the stomach of the whale and prayed for three days and three nights after which the Lord commanded the whale to spew out Jonah on to dry land.
Will the jellyfish spew out the trapped fish!
Let’s pray for a miracle.