Noah was the son of Lamech, a descendant of Adam in the line of Seth, and a survivor of the great flood. 

He was a good and righteous man, Noah was the father of

  Shem, Ham, and Japheth who were born when he was very old. God warned Noah that He was going to wipe mankind from the face of the earth. Because Noah walked with God and stood blameless among the people of that time, God gave him specific instructions for building the arkbignoahark1.gif (30382 bytes) by which Noah and his family would survive the coming flood. Noah followed the building instructions down to every detail. Then a week before the flood (Gen. 7:4), Noah led his family and all of the animals into the ark    just as God directed. 

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After seven days, the rain began and lasted for 40 days. As he sought to know whether it was safe to leave the ark, he sent out first a raven and then a dove. When the dove returned with an olive leaf, Noah knew the water had receded. 


Once out of the ark, Noah built an altar and sacrificed clean animals as burnt offerings on the altar. Then the Lord promised never again to destroy living creatures as He had done in the flood and established a covenant with Noah and his sons and sealed that covenant with a rainbow. 

In the New Testament - Hebrews 11:7 affirms Noah's actions of faith in building the ark. The references to Noah in 1 Peter 3:20 and 2 Peter 2:5 speak of Noah and those of his family who were saved in the flood.

Noah's colouring page 1

Noah painting

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The animals on the Arc

Noah picture

 

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Noah's colouring page 2

Noah song

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