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PowerPoint - May 15, 2009

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May 15, 2009

By faith Noah, being warned by God concerning events as yet unseen, in reverent fear constructed an ark for the saving of his household… 

 --Hebrews 11:7

Noah demonstrated that his faith was real by believing what God had said and acting on it. And although that sounds simple, it’s not always easy to do!

Noah had lots of reasons not to obey what God had asked. There were no signs of rain… it was too big a task for one person… and what would people say?

There were probably times when he felt fear, doubt, insecurity, and embarrassment… but he made a choice to believe what God had said and act on it. And then it happened.

The rain came. The people perished. And only Noah and his family survived!

On that day, Noah was thankful for the choice he made to believe what God had said and to act on it.

And when you make the same choice to obey God, let me assure you, you won’t regret it!

WHATEVER SITUATION YOU ARE FACING TODAY,
BELIEVE WHAT GOD HAS SAID AND ACT ON IT!
 


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