Sometimes the details in Torah are easily overlooked; but many of them are most revealing for the man who searches the scriptures as he searches for silver and fine gold. The story of Noah’s ark is one of them. Here is a pop quiz.
The movie “Noah’s Ark” is just like the story! (Ha – I make me laugh!)
Noah’s woman (Naamah) was the daughter of Lemech, a descendent of Cain, the son of Adam; and the man who killed Cain and his own son, Tubal-Cain.
Yasher says that Naamah was 82 years older than Noah.
How many years did it take to build the ark?
How many animals went with Noah?
- One male and one female (one pair)
- Two males and two females (two pairs)
- Two pairs of the unclean birds and animals (behemah)
and five pairs of the clean birds and animals
How did Noah find all the animals?
- The women found them while the guys built the ark
- Noah and his sons searched high and low
- They all came to Noah and bowed down to him
Noah and his household were allowed into the ark because:
- Noah walked with God (Yehovah was his only Elohim (lawmaker and judge).
- They were all righteous in the sight of Yehovah.
- Noah’s woman was righteous in the sight of Yehovah.
How old was Noah when he entered the ark?
Who shut the door of the ark?
- Noah and his sons
- Noah’s woman
When did the flood begin?
Well, the answers to these questions and many more are all talked about in this segment of my “join us for Sabbath” video teachings.
2G09 Genesis 7 & Yasher 6
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