Good News Booklet

Life Is Not Just Something That Happens

Are things going along pretty well for you right now?

What do you suppose was going through the minds of folks in Noah’s time when the Flood came?

Probably, they were laughing, cheating, lying, and doing just people are doing today. (Without all the technological advances of course)

God got fed up with Man’s sinning and disobedience and He got Noah to build and load up his ark.

Bible experts believe that it took Noah 120± years to build the ark.

God then caused it to rain for 40 days & 40 nights. He wiped out all mankind and animal life except for those aboard the ark.

How about a little math?

According to the experts, the Earth was created around 4,000 B.C.± and the Flood occurred 2,000± years later.

Jesus was born 2,000± years after the Flood.

It is now 2,000± years since Jesus said “This generation will not pass away before these things happen”. Do you not suppose that He was referring to us, in our time, today?

Do you not think the 120± year “heads-up” God gave Noah before the Flood might be indicative of a pre-determined timeline for the Second Coming of Jesus? To us, in this day and age, 120± years is, like forever. Actually, in God’s plan, it is hardly a blip.

How long do you suppose it is that today’s bible historians, Preachers like Billy Graham, Charles Swindoll, Rick Warren, Gardner C. Taylor, John MacArthur, Adrian Rogers, Haddon Robinson, Andy Stanley, John R. W. Stott, and W.A. Criswell, have been preaching the “Good News”?

All of these Preachers were born in the early to mid-1900s. None over 120 years ago.

That kind of puts us in the same time-frame ballpark doesn’t it? How many “coincidences” does it take to realize that these things are not necessarily coincidences?

Do you not suppose, except for technological advances, that the folks in Noah’s age weren’t doing just what we all are doing today in politics, business, and social and personal interactions?

You would be wrong if you thought they weren’t!


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