The End Of The Waterworld (8 of 31) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Foundations for Life
Ernest L. Easley
Take God's Word and turn please to Genesis 8. If you want to learn how to build your life on a solid foundation then the book of Genesis is for you! If you're looking for some marriage counseling then read and study the book of Genesis! If you want to know God's foundational and fundamental truths that will give your life direction and purpose then get into the book of Genesis!
That's what we're studying during these Summer Sunday mornings! We're learning from the Word of God about Foundations for Life! And this morning, we come to chapter 8 in our study!
Now back in chapter 6 God told Noah that He was going to destroy the earth because of the vice and violence of the people. Immorality was flaunted and applauded and God had seen enough! His patience ran out!
And yet, as God looked upon the earth and saw man's wickedness, He found a man whose life was marked by godliness! And God said, "I'll bless that man!"
May I tell you this morning that God is still looking for godly men to bless! God is still looking for godly women and teenagers to bless! And I pray God that you'll be that man! I pray God that you'll be that woman! You're looking at a man that wants to walk with God just as Noah walked with God!
Noah walked so close to God that when God spoke he heard Him! In Genesis 6.13, "And God said to Noah " And then Genesis 6.22, "Thus Noah did; according to all that God commanded him, so he did."
Genesis 7.1, "Then the Lord said to Noah." Genesis 7.5, "And Noah did according to all that the Lord commanded him." You ask, "Pastor, how did Noah hear God when God spoke to him? The same way you hear God when He speaks to you! Here's the key: Genesis 6.9b, "Noah walked with God."
Now let me ask you a question: what made that possible? What did Noah do in order to walk with God?" Amos 3.3, "Can two walk together, unless they are agreed?"
Noah coul ...
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