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When Dad describes the people of the coastland and how bad things were when he lived there, it just makes you wonder how bad things could get.
Japheth has gone crop crazy. Under Grandfather’s watchful eye, he’s figuring out how to grow and store as much food as possible for our time on the Ark.
When God says jump, you ask how high on the way up. That’s what Dad always says.
We’ve had animals constantly coming! Two of each kind—males and females—are just turning up from all over the place.
We’ve got seven days before the Flood starts. We’ll be working from sunup to sundown loading all the food and securing the animals.
We’ve started work on this Ark, and we’ve gotten help from some close family friends.
Bring out with you every living thing of all flesh that is with you: birds and cattle and every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.
If the Flood of Noah really did cover the whole earth as the Bible describes, we should find billions of fossils.
Noah and his family went on board the Ark with animals of every kind.
There have been many attempts to find Noah’s Ark, but none have been successful.
These are the directions God gave Noah for building the Ark.
Two lessons emerge for our minds to consider: one is sad news, and one is much better.
God’s judgment on the people demonstrated that their sin was severe.
The Bible says the Ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat.
Sometime after Noah turned 500 years old, God gave him a special assignment.
The ark was a large, long ship whose job was simply to float and keep its cargo safe.
Let’s go back to the beginning when the world was very good. What could have caused fossils to form?
Noah took God seriously; he feared God.
We can see glimpses of the true Biblical Flood account found in the many flood legends from around the world.
Noah built an altar and thanked God for providing salvation from the floodwaters.
Many of the large, earth-covering rock layers we find today were laid down during the Flood of Noah’s day.
Some people suggest that fossil formation requires a long time, but scientific observations have shown that fossils don’t take long to form.
According to the Bible, the waters of the Flood covered every part of the earth and prevailed for 150 days.
Just as Noah trusted God to save him by entering the Ark, we can trust Jesus to save us.
Sadly, every person who wasn’t on the Ark died in the Flood.
God brought land-dwelling, air-breathing creatures and birds to the Ark.
The Ark had the same proportions as modern cargo ships.
With God’s help, Noah obeyed his Creator and began to build the Ark.
With God’s help, only Noah was willing to stand for God when everyone else denied Him.
According to the Bible, people weren’t always as sinful as they were during Noah’s time.
Only the one true God of the Bible has always existed and always tells the truth
About 4,300 years ago, there lived a man named Noah.
The Masai people of Africa have one of the few African legends of a worldwide flood.
A number of flood legends are found in China. These include the tale of Fuhi.
Among the Greeks are found a number of legends about Deucalion.
In Mexico, there is an ancient Toltec account of a global flood.
Among the Choctaw people, a legend tells of a prophet who had been sent to warn the people of a coming flood.
Noah had a BIG job. God told him to build an Ark to keep his family alive and to save all the kinds of creatures that lived on land and breathed air.
Have you ever seen a liger? A zonkey? A pizzly bear?
We can’t be completely sure what animals boarded the Ark, but these lived around that time. Wow!
How did animals get from the mountains of Ararat to places like Australia or North America?
When Answers in Genesis announced plans to build a full-size Ark in the Midwest, the media was dumbfounded.
A full size model of Noah’s Ark is now open to the public in the Netherlands!