Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Student Devotions - September 10, 2008

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I apologize this is late.

11 comments:

bishop said...

ya man always turns evil lol after a while

Brandon said...

I am really glad God dosent change. Becuase then we would have a Very different world.

Michaela12 said...

I know that God Doesn't change like we do and i read the bible today and thank you for that dad i love the lord.

Ray said...

Andy walks with me! Andy talks with me! ..... ok, anyway.... it's interesting to think that Noah probably wasn't, like, even close to perfect, but still blameless.... he was probably just a lot better than all the uber evil people.... he may not have been a super great guy....

Niki said...

The thing about the 'Sons of God' is really interesting... I'm glad God decided to spare Noah. I wonder what it would be like living 800 years... or even 120...

sasha said...

I glad that God does change because we would have to do more things to get to heaven.

Olivia said...

Well, Noah probably looked like a saint compared to everyone else. It's great to know that unlike all the computer programs we use, God and the Bible never change...

Ray said...

Oh ya, I meant to comment on that! If that is true, does that mean that there could be descendants of "Sons of God" still alive?! Or did that race die out or something?

Naomi S. said...

Yeah, I was wondering that too Ray. If it were true, would there be some of those descendants left today and are any of us them? :S
I'm glad I didnt live in those times, nowadays is horrible, I can only imagine what it was like then. :S
God must be a really patient God to let us last even 120 years (even less now, but still, imagine being that old. :D)

Ray said...

Oh, wait, that race would have died out in the Flood, right? Because it was before Noah, right? Or at least in his general time.... unless Noah was a descendant of them, but I don't think so... can't remember why...

Pastor Paul said...

Ray and Nay raise an interesting point. No, it does not appear they died out in the flood because that same passage refers to them being around before and after. There is another race that did develop from them and it is thought that it was from this second race that Goliath was from. The fact is that they were all killed off with Israel's occupation of the promised land. Makes you think though.

I believe the world and God's creation would have been very interesting to look at back then.