Monthly Archives: May 2011
God’s prophets words come true. The descendants of Canaan the son of Ham settled in the promised land of Israel and eventually were invaded by the descendants of Shem (Hebrews ) when they left Egypt under the leadership of Moses. … Continue reading
The sin of Ham was showing disrespect for his father. Instead of covering his father’s nakedness and keeping quiet about what he had seen, he went to the other sons and mocked his father. One of the 10 commandments is … Continue reading
God commands Noah and his sons to multiply and fill the earth – similar to God’s command to Adam and Eve. But now instead of only eating the produce of the land, God allows for the eating of animals, birds … Continue reading
Through out the Bible those who are true worshipers of God (Able, Noah) turn to a blood sacrifice as a means of approaching Holy pure God Almighty. When Noah shows thankfulness to God for surviving the Flood he builds and … Continue reading
God commands Noah to come out of the Ark and release all the animals in order to replenish the earth. God’s ultimate goal is to restore the Garden of Eden in the New Heaven and New Earth (See the book … Continue reading
Noah sends out a dove to see if it was safe to leave the Ark. This is one reason the dove is seen as a symbol of peace. The greatest peace of all is to have peace with God. When … Continue reading
All humans and living creatures were killed by flood. God will not be mocked – sin provokes His anger. Proverbs rightly states the beginning of wisdom is the fear (respect and submission) of the Lord. Today’s America woefully rejects Proverbs … Continue reading
Considering that all of us are descendants of one of the 3 sons of Noah – Shem, Ham, or Japheth prejudice is foolish. It’s like hating yourself.
The clean animals would be used not only for food but also for offering to God when the water resceded (see Gen. 8:20).