Overview Noah is a dynamic fictionalized retelling of the lives of pre-Flood Bible characters. The book emphasizes faith and obedience, brings life to their troubled times and provides inspiration for dealing with similar issues in contemporary culture.
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Studio: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.87 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2008
Publisher Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
ISBN 1414111428 ISBN13 9781414111421
We have all heard the story of Noah and his Ark. Through this book, Nicholas Willems has added to the story his fictional version of Noah. The book starts out with Enoch's foretelling of the flood. Then it goes on to tell of Noah's younger years and his rebellion. He became a child of men, instead the child of God he was. He leads a life in the City of Fara with his wife and children building ships with his wife's father. After an attack by another city, killing all of Noah's family, Noah returns to the home of his parents. After a time, God speaks directly to Noah about the ark. In their discussions, Noah speaks to God about how he should go about building the ark. Over time, God gives him the plans and dimensions and with a lot of hard work and prayer, Noah and his family built the Ark. After the Ark is completed, God brings the animals. God gave Noah a year to change the minds of the children of men, but they did not want to believe. As the rain began and the animals were fully loaded, Noah and his family entered the Ark, closed the great door and waited. The rest is history. Mr. Willems gives the reader the details missing in Genesis and goes into great detail of how Noah's life could have been. For those of us who need to fill in the blanks, Mr. Willems makes this extension very believable.