“Since God holds all things and all time like a dot in His hand, I can see the need for time in our lives to expand to live God’s truth of Love and choice.” ~ Jon Barnes
Now go and follow the trail of evil people in the bible and ask yourself, are you one of these people? Analyze their choices and learn from their mistakes, so that you can get a clear channeled picture, in High Definition, to see things from God’s point of view. Now Go and do your own homework, study, and practice the truth!
Let bad habits of wickedness be a “NO GO” in your life! Evil always loses, even when they are having a great time for a short lived season. You are on the wrong side, making jokes, ignoring God, and hindering the process of Love to move forward. Stop talking, doing, or looking at examples of bad things, wasting your time to study and do good things! Use your limited time wisely.
Go, be fruitful and multiply to raise better people to fight the Good Fight of Love, which is at war with the ways of evil, wicked people. Stand for justice, by teaching and being an example of Good Love in your own home, job, and neighborhood for your family. Your name will represent you well.
Are you building an Ark for your family or do you think it is a waste of time living, loving, and working for God?
Enjoy Today’s Reading
The Flood Recedes
8 But God remembered Noah and all the wild animals and livestock with him in the boat. He sent a wind to blow across the earth, and the floodwaters began to recede. 2 The underground waters stopped flowing, and the torrential rains from the sky were stopped. 3 So the floodwaters gradually receded from the earth. After 150 days, 4 exactly five months from the time the flood began,[a] the boat came to rest on the mountains of Ararat. 5 Two and a half months later,[b] as the waters continued to go down, other mountain peaks became visible.
6 After another forty days, Noah opened the window he had made in the boat7 and released a raven. The bird flew back and forth until the floodwaters on the earth had dried up. 8 He also released a dove to see if the water had receded and it could find dry ground. 9 But the dove could find no place to land because the water still covered the ground. So it returned to the boat, and Noah held out his hand and drew the dove back inside. 10 After waiting another seven days, Noah released the dove again. 11 This time the dove returned to him in the evening with a fresh olive leaf in its beak. Then Noah knew that the floodwaters were almost gone. 12 He waited another seven days and then released the dove again. This time it did not come back.
13 Noah was now 601 years old. On the first day of the new year, ten and a half months after the flood began,[c] the floodwaters had almost dried up from the earth. Noah lifted back the covering of the boat and saw that the surface of the ground was drying. 14 Two more months went by,[d] and at last the earth was dry!
15 Then God said to Noah, 16 “Leave the boat, all of you—you and your wife, and your sons and their wives. 17 Release all the animals—the birds, the livestock, and the small animals that scurry along the ground—so they can be fruitful and multiply throughout the earth.”
18 So Noah, his wife, and his sons and their wives left the boat. 19 And all of the large and small animals and birds came out of the boat, pair by pair.
20 Then Noah built an altar to the Lord, and there he sacrificed as burnt offerings the animals and birds that had been approved for that purpose.[e] 21 And the Lord was pleased with the aroma of the sacrifice and said to himself, “I will never again curse the ground because of the human race, even though everything they think or imagine is bent toward evil from childhood. I will never again destroy all living things. 22 As long as the earth remains, there will be planting and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night.”