July 31, 2007


When I saw this ---- I was reminded of "God's Promises" and that ONE person can make a difference.

I can make a difference for my family. (Noah did)
I can make a difference for God's creation. (Noah did)
I can make a difference for future Generations. (Noah did)
I can make a difference for God. (Noah did)
I can make a difference at any age. (Noah did)

I need to remember....

Not to be afraid to stand out in the crowd. (Noah wasn't)
Not to be afraid to do something for the first time. (Noah wasn't)

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Amelia Antwiler said...

Thank you for you note about Mini-Me's elbow. She's so sweet and funny. She gets teary-eyed and mostly because she's thinking too hard about it.

I love this about Noah. We were talking about him in Sunday School. there's a verse about him in Hebrews that he heeded the warning of the Lord even though he'd never seen it before. He'd never seen rain. The world, up until that time, had dew or mists that brought moisture. (I learned that during a study of the book "God's Story") Yet, he built his ark anyway.

Makes me want to be a Noah, too.


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Julie said...

I wonder how long God would have to look today for a man like Noah who would do what seemed 'ridiculous' for 120 years, because obeying God was more important than fearing man!

Another thing Noah can teach us is that he was an amateur who built the ark with God's help......
The Titanic was built by a professional without God's help......
and the rest as they say, is history!

Thoughtful post!!

Anonymous said...

So amazing and so true. Happy WW