Salvation Through Trust

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One day God spoke to Noah about the wickedness of the human race. The actions of men and women grieved Him to the heart. God said that He intended to send a flood that would destroy mankind, and He told Noah to build an ark to save his household and the animals. The Bible says that Noah believed God. Now Noah had never seen a flood. He had never seen a 40-day rain. He had no weather map, no satellite photograph or meteorologist to tell him that a big storm was coming. All he had to go on was the Word of God. But when the flood came, Noah was spared and saved with his family, and the rest of the generation was swept away. Noah was saved because he put his trust in God. The days of Noah are returning to earth, and a catastrophe as great as the flood awaits those who refuse to enter into the ark of salvation, which is Jesus Christ.

Prayer for the day

Forgive me, Father—so often I question, when I should be trusting You, like Noah.

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  1. Pastor Davidson Omosuvie says:

    Our faith is stirred by God’s word.

  2. Hailey Midgley says:

    Thank you Lord, for your blessings and opportunities, and having Mr. Graham reach so many souls. Help me to spread your word, to all that I can before the Day of the Lord arrives. In Jesus sweet name, AMEN


    All Blessings Always with prayers and love!

  4. april says:

    I know that God has nothing but love for the lives you have reached over the years. I thank God for you and your ministry.

  5. samson says:

    Have mercy lord. I will put my trust in you always. Thank you Jesus

  6. pam frey says:

    The reading this morning was a blessing.

  7. Lynn Butner says:

    Thank God for you Mr Graham your ministry is a blessing to millions, my heart grieves for the lost because I know the day of the Lord is upon us…God Bless

  8. Stephen Hall says:

    Lord, please shore up my lack of trust in You, and in others. Guide to me to live a life of faith and love that leads to Your gift of salvation. Help me to find a joy within that trust, and to find the courage to help others build a trust in You.