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But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.


Do you know why in Noah's time only eight people got saved? God wished that everyone would have been saved. He gave His instructions to them that He was going to destroy the earth with water and that if they wanted to be saved, they should receive the message and be in the church, which was the ark. Sometimes you do not need God to give you the details before you act. Once it is God who has said it, go ahead and do it.

The people in Noah's days thought that Noah had lost his mind because where was the sea to carry the ark? They had not even experienced rainfall before. I’m sure Noah himself was thinking same, but the only difference between Noah and those who did not believe was that Noah had faith in God.

You are judging everything God says by your senses and not by faith, that is why even the salvation message does not appear real to you. This is what Jesus said: "As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be in the days of the son of man" (Matt. 24:37). A lot of people will miss the rapture if they do not repent. Even in Noah's days, some of his family members were not saved. How do I know this? The in-laws of Noah were not in the ark. Think about it.


• Pray and ask God for the grace to live a holy life. (1 Peter 1:16)


• The salvation journey we are embarking on is a personal adventure.


• Matthew 7:21, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11


• Judges 16-18 and Luke 7:1-30


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