THE DAYS OF NOAH “AS IT WERE”
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37 But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. 38 For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, 39 and did not know until the flood came and took them all away, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.
The days of Noah give us a sneak preview of things to come, an advancing viewing of humanity in the last days.
No ancient story in human history captivates our attention as much as Noah and the Great Flood. The Ark is as old as time itself, with about 270 versions of it having been passed down through the ages by cultures around the world. From Assyria Babylonia to ancient Egypt, China, and even Hawaii, each flood account bears striking similarities to the biblical narrative. What’s amazing is that the majority of them describe a wicked population, a lone righteous man, and a universal destruction by water and an ark.
Here’s The Facts
The biblical account is 100 percent accurate down to the most minute detail, and that the Creator (God) embedded the story (the event) in virtually every ancient culture as a testimony to its veracity. God went a step further, taking care to document the event in a book for us.
Jesus Christ believed in Noah. And the Flood. And the Ark. In fact, nowhere in Scripture is there even the slightest hint that the man Noah, his story, or the worldwide Flood event is a metaphor, mythological tale, morality parable, or fictional tale. The reality of Flood event is firmly established.
Even more amazing, is that Jesus links the historic city of Noah and the Ark to the certainty of a coming prophetic event and to His physical return to this planet. Further, Jesus prefaced His statements about Noah by claiming his words are so true they will outlast heaven and the earth. Or to put it another way, “Everything I say will come true”, He asserted, and you can bank on this truth”.
To dismiss or deny the reality of Noah and the Great Flood, you need only to refute the person of Jesus Christ and His claims to deity.
Noah is the quintessential story of prophecy, divine intervention, and judgment. With chilling accuracy, the bible recounts this event that took billions to a watery grave. What we find in Scripture is way beyond a Hollywood blockbuster. No computer-generated imagery, 3-D, or special effects here. And no fantasy flick slamming your senses your with larger-than –life images and sounds depicting the horror of a global aquatic apocalypse. Instead, it’s something much worse.
What to Expect from “The Days of Noah” as it were?
“The Days of Noah as it were”, will transport you back to a world you will hardly recognize. The sight and sounds of pre-flood earth may disturb some of you. This event will adjust your perspective on humanity and even challenge your perception of God Himself.
It is with great expectation that as we talk about this subject that you will used the Flood narrative as a lens through which to view today’s world, allowing you a glimpse through God’s viewfinder. By studying this past event that we can more clearly understand the present and more effectively prepare for the Now future.
Listen to powerful podcast discussion on "The Days of NOAH" as it was as Senior Radio Host Lonnie Ratliff and Senior Radio Co-Host Shavonzail Camp talk about the history of The Days of NOAH as it were on how will relate on our Now Future.