Faith In Action ‘Highs And Lows’

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Many of the people we know well from the Bible, didn’t have life without problems, difficulties and weaknesses, yet despite of these things, that trouble us all, their lives were remember as testimonies to their faith. We all know about Noah, he built the Ark, but it was also said about Noah that he walked with God. Noah was the grandson of Methuselah Genesis 6 verse 9.

God told Noah {Genesis 6 verse 14} To build an Ark, so he and his family would be safe. Noah followed God’s instruction and the Ark was built despite much harassment and mocking.

Noah walk with God, what a great statement to be associated with. Noah was obedient to God to build the Ark, and Noah was committed to finish the task.

Noah was rewarded for his obedience, faithfulness, and he and His family was saved from the flood.

Noah built by faith in God an ark of safety for his family, it is amazing if we build in faith what we can achieve for our love ones, by being faithfully committed to a loving God. A faithful testimony speaks volumes, in helping our love ones and friends, find Our Lord and Our Friend for themselves.

The strengths that can also be said about Noah life.

1.He and his family were the only followers of God left in his generation.

2. The second father of the human race.

3. A man of commitment and faith.

4. A great ship builder. {The Titanic owners should have taken note}

Then the weaknesses in Noah’s life.

Yet like us all Noah had weaknesses, yes it is possible a person of great faith and commitment can have a weakness, you see because nobody is perfect in themselves.

Noah drunk and embarrassed himself in front of his sons.

Things to remember from Noah’s story.

1. God is faithful to those who put their trust in Him.

2. God does not always protect us from our troubles, but He care for us in spite of our troubles.

“For Such A Time As This”, that God would say about us all, I have seen your witness to this generation, well done good and faithful servants, who have overcome.

God Bless.

OFJ.

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