We are back in the book of Genesis, after a break for Holy Week and resurrection Sunday, and return to the scene of Noah, the ark and the flood. Our passage ends with the safe arrival of Noah and his passengers on dry land, but there a few strange things that happen in the interim. Wouldn’t you just love to be a fly on the wall on that ark (were there flies on the wall?)? It couldn’t have been an easy trip. The ride was longer than 40 days, lasting over a year in total.
We’re going to look at the journey from two vantage points: from what God remember and from what Noah remembered. Your actions says a lot about your perspective, and this passage has a way of discerning that perspective. My hope is that it will give you a new perspective and allow you, not only to persevere through challenging times, but will arouse you to worship God through them.