Advice from Noah’s Adventure

You are familiar with the story of Noah and the ark. God through the faithfulness of Noah saves Noah’s family and preserves mankind from complete annihilation by a large floating craft that carried Noah and species of animals to safety. (Read Genesis 6-8).

You are likely familiar with the phrase if not some of the material entitled “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum.

While looking through some old files, I ran across an unassigned article that ties these two together – “All I Need to Know I learned from Noah’s Ark.”

  1. Don’t miss the boat


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  2. Remember that we are all in this together
  3. Plan ahead. It was not raining when Noah started construction.
  4. Stay fit.  When you are 600 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big.
  5. Do not listen to critcs, just do the job that needs to be done.
  6. Build your future on higher ground.
  7. For safety’s sake travel in pairs or groups (Noah took seven each of clean animals).
  8. Speed is not always an advantage. Tortoises were on the same ark as cheetahs.
  9. When you are stressed – float awhile.
  10. Remember the Ark was built by amateurs the Titanic by professionals.
  11. No matter the storm, when you are with God, you can ride it out, knowing there is a “rainbow” in your future.

Have a great day!

  • Scott

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