Sermons on Genesis
As God has forgiven you, you are to forgive those who have hurt you. As God has reconciled with you, you are to be reconciled with others. Who do I need to be reconciled with today?
Are we willing to wait on God to move in His way and in His time?
What if we looked at the ground we live on as holy? What if we walked outside and stopped to appreciate the ground we have been given, the ground we live on and serve on? What if we looked at it as God’s holy ground with a mission, a purpose, a beautiful thing that was given to us for a purpose.
That last line of the video was “Sometimes all he needs is a willing servant and a piece of wood.” Seeing how the ark and the cross both rescued people from judgment, that seems true. Think about it…both Noah and Jesus were faithful, they were both righteous, and obedient. And both took the task of providing the means for God’s salvation. Noah took on a huge project, using one board at a time, to save his family from the flood.…
God does not forget us. We are never abandoned or alone. We can stand confidently on the mountain top like Noah and rejoice that it’s over and something new and so much better is ahead.
The first step will always be the hardest. But once you take it, and begin to trust God, it will turn into something beautiful. Be brave. What do you really have to lose?!
Noah was found righteous in a wicked world. What set him apart? How can we be more like Noah?