Noah and the flood
Noah and the flood by Mark E Petersen
Noah and the flood Author: Mark E Petersen
Title: Noah and the flood
ISBN: 0877479356
ISBN13: 978-0877479352
Other Formats: lit docx azw lrf
Pages: 97 pages
Publisher: Deseret Book Co (1982)
Language: English
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Size PDF version: 1592 kb
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Subcategory: Christian Denominations & Sects



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Noah, who built the ark, was one of God's greatest servants, chosen before he was born as were others of the prophets. He was no eccentric, as many have supposed. Neither was he a mythical figure created only in legend. Noah was real. The flood was real. And so was the ark, as were the various species of life saved in the ark. It was all factual, fully documented in scripture, and was the doing of the Almighty.

Let no one downgrade the life and mission of this great prophet. Noah was so near perfect in his day that he literally walked and talked with God.

This telestial planet of ours was destined to pass through three great crises. Two were related to the Savior: one to his second coming, the other to the time when the earth will be celestialized. But the third-which was first in order of events-was the flood in which Noah was the central figure. His choice for this strategic position is itself a measure of the greatness of this man and of the confidence placed in him by the Almighty.

Noah cried repentance to a wicked world, warning all men that they must change their ways or die in a deluge. They paid no heed. The prophecy was fulfilled, the ark was built, the flood came, and the earth was cleansed of its filth. After the waters receded, the world was made ready for a new generation of human beings to be propagated through Noah and his sons.