Gn 9

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  • Covenant with Noah Gn 9:1-17
  • The important event that occurs in Gn 9 would be God making a covenant (promise). The first thing that happens in Gn 9, God blesses Noah and his sons Next, God establishes his covenant to every living thing saying that never again shall all creatures be destroyed by the waters of a flood. Finally, Noah gets really mad at what his youngest son did to him (Ham and his brothers covered his father Noah with a robe because Ham didn’t want Noah naked) so Noah curses Caanan, the son of Ham because Ham was ashamed of his father’s nakedness so he decided to put a robe on him. A life lesson we can learn from this passage is that God is faithful/trustworthy to his covenant/promise because he made that promise long ago and he still hasn’t made another devasting flood that restarted the whole world from sin.
  • ‘’Be fertile and multiply and fill the earth. Fear and dread of you shall come upon all the animals of the earth and all the birds of the air, upon all the creatures that move about on the ground and all the fishes of the sea; into your power, they are delivered. Any living creature that moves about shall be yours to eat; I give them all to you as I did the green plants. Only meat with its lifeblood still in it you shall not eat,’’(Gn 9:1-4).
  • Disclaimer: God isn't a human being in this Comic
  • ‘’that never again shall all creatures be destroyed by the waters of a flood; there shall not be another flood to devastate the earth,’’(Gn 9:11).
  • The Covenant
  • I set my bow in the clouds to serve as a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When I bring clouds over the earth, and the bow appears in the clouds, I will remember my covenant between me and you and every living creature—every mortal being—so that the waters will never again become a flood to destroy every mortal being. When the bow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature—every mortal being that is on earth,‘’(Gn 9:13-16)
  • The Sign
  • A life lesson we can learn from this passage is that God is faithful/trustworthy to his covenant/promise because he made that promise long ago and he still hasn’t made another devasting flood that restarted the whole world from sin.
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