A figure of major importance in the early chapters of Genesis, with whom God established a covenant, the sign of which was the rainbow. The life of Noah (whose name means “rest” or “comfort”) demonstrates God’s ability to save the righteous and destroy the ungodly.
Noah enjoyed God’s protection 2Pe 2:5
Noah illustrates God’s restoring grace after judgment Isa 54:7-10
The history of Noah
Noah worshipped the
Noah lived to a great age Ge 9:28-29
Noah was reverent Ge 8:20
Noah was a man of the soil Ge 9:20
Noah was subject to human frailty Ge 9:21 Nakedness was seen as shameful by OT writers.
Noah blessed and cursed his sons in a prophetic way See also Ge 9:24-27
Jesus Christ was a direct descendant of Noah
The last days are likened to the time of Noah
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