Noah and the Ark
Uploaded by fabs2hiphop on Feb 21, 2012
The story of Noah and the ark is in Genesis 6 through 8. This story teaches many lessons. It teaches many lessons with God, Noah, and madness. It teaches that everyone makes mistakes. Even the people you wouldn’t think would make mistakes. It is about how God wanted to destroy the world but told Noah what to do to survive the event.
God saw the wickedness of man so he felt sorry he made humanity. He said he was going to destroy man, beasts, and birds which he was sorry that he had made them. He told Noah that the end of humanity was coming and he had to build an ark. He told him how to make it, which is that he would put a female and a male of every type of animals and have 3 decks. God said that he would have a covenant with Noah and Noah’s relatives. When the flood came, it killed every man on earth incept for Noah and the others, they were in the waters for 150 days. God regretted killing all man and felt like he made the wrong choice.
God sent in the rains so he could destroy man. He was tired of the wickedness man had. He also saw a lot of corruption in earth. He started regretting making humans. God repented saying that humans aren’t perfect. He started looking in the positive attitude. He questioned himself with why he made man with so much wickedness.
The message that we should take from this piece of Old Testament is that we don’t appreciate things until we lose them. God saw that he missed humans and started noticing that humans aren’t perfect. It was sort of his fault for putting wickedness and temptations in humans. It also messages that nobody’s perfect. God even made a mistake for the almost extinction of human race. In his point of view, you could also say he regretted making humans because of their wickedness. This story could also say that you are going to have a lot of regrets in life.