Looking At Our Storms Through The Window Of The Ark (1 of 6) by Ken Trivette

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LOOKING AT OUR STORMS THROUGH THE WINDOW OF THE ARK (1
of 6)
Looking Through Bible Windows
Ken Trivette
Genesis 6:14-16

Outline
I. LOOKING OUT CAN SHAKE OUR FAITH!
a. What We Often Face
b. How We Often Feel
II. LOOKING IN CAN SETTLE OUR FAITH!
A .The Lord's Preservation
b. The Lord's Presence
c. The Lord's Promise
III. LOOKING UP CAN STRENGTHEN OUR FAITH!
a. Promote Dependence
b. Prevent Distraction


1. I was recently reading about some of the worst
storms in history. Let me mention a few of them. There
was the 1926 storm that hit Florida and Alabama. The
storm caused $1.2 billion in damage, leaving the city
of Miami devastated and 372 dead. There was the Labor
Day storm of 1937 that struck the Florida Keys leaving
400 dead. It was the most powerful storm ever to
strike the U.S. and one of only two Category 5 storms
to do so. There was the 1947 storm that hit south
Florida and Georgia that left 50 dead. Along with
another hurricane and a tropical storm, all in a five-
week period, the 1947 storm caused the worst flooding
on record. There was hurricane Camille in 1969 that
left 256 dead, $3.8 billion in damage and is listed as
the second most powerful storm ever to strike the U.S.

2. There are many others that I could name such as
hurricane David of 1979, Andrew in 1992, Opal in 1995,
Mitch in 1998, and Floyd in 1999. Yet all of these
storms put together would not have the effect of the
storm in Noah's day. These storms have affected
certain states, but the storm of Noah's day affected
the entire world.

3. For the next few weeks, I want us to look through
several Bible windows. There are several "windows"
found in the Bible and as we look through these
windows there are lessons to be gleaned that address
many areas and needs of our life.

4. The first window that I want to bring to your
attention is the "window" of Noah's ark. The story of
Noah and his ark gives us more than just ideals ...


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