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Why did Jesus talk about Noah's Ark?

 
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Why did Jesus talk about Noah's Ark?
"For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be. For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark; and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be." Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?

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Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?
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Yes, it has. Let us pray. 8-)
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"For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be. For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark; and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be." Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?
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Jesus speaks of the Ark of Noah because at that time it was the only means of salvation - if you were not on the Ark, you perished in the Great Flood.

He uses the Ark as the archetype (foreshadowing) of the Church Herself. This is why the Church is known as the Barque (Boat) of St. Peter. In other words, if you are not "in the boat" when the End comes, you will perish just like those did in the Great Flood.

He also speaks of the speed with which His return shall come, catching everyone off-guard like it did at the time of the Flood. We have many examples of this in the fossilized remains and some better preserved remains of animals who died very sudden deaths of drowning at the Flood with flowers or grass still in their mouths as they ate.
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As a precaution against the possibility of another Maldek type disaster, Noah and his wife working within the frequencies of Planetary Life Carriers, formed an arc of consciousness between them allowing them to create a safe haven against all possible holocausts.

The blueprint matrixes for the animal kingdom were Akasically recorded into their arc of consciousness as a safeguard against a worst case scenario. As the male and female of each species were not from a split Ovarian Atom, it was necessary to record a male and a female matrix for each species.


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"For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be. For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark; and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be." Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?


Jesus speaks of the Ark of Noah because at that time it was the only means of salvation - if you were not on the Ark, you perished in the Great Flood.

He uses the Ark as the archetype (foreshadowing) of the Church Herself. This is why the Church is known as the Barque (Boat) of St. Peter. In other words, if you are not "in the boat" when the End comes, you will perish just like those did in the Great Flood.

He also speaks of the speed with which His return shall come, catching everyone off-guard like it did at the time of the Flood. We have many examples of this in the fossilized remains and some better preserved remains of animals who died very sudden deaths of drowning at the Flood with flowers or grass still in their mouths as they ate.
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Good thing you came along and explained it since the creator of the universe couldent get a clear point across.
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In Noahs day, Fallen angels came to the earth, had sex with human women and produced hybrid offspring. Will that too happen again? "just like it was in the days of noah"............
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Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?


Yes, it has. Let us pray. 8-)

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Very sooothing, vary nice contribution. Since Adam blew it and lost Eden we need machines to be freed from the toil we inherited, but now we've become more enslaved to the greedy who own the machines. "All this I have seen, and there was an applying of my heart to every work that has been done under the sun, [during] the time that man has dominated man to his injury." Ecs8:9
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"For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be. For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark; and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be." Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?


Jesus speaks of the Ark of Noah because at that time it was the only means of salvation - if you were not on the Ark, you perished in the Great Flood.

He uses the Ark as the archetype (foreshadowing) of the Church Herself. This is why the Church is known as the Barque (Boat) of St. Peter. In other words, if you are not "in the boat" when the End comes, you will perish just like those did in the Great Flood.

He also speaks of the speed with which His return shall come, catching everyone off-guard like it did at the time of the Flood. We have many examples of this in the fossilized remains and some better preserved remains of animals who died very sudden deaths of drowning at the Flood with flowers or grass still in their mouths as they ate.
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+1

Indeed!

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If you are suggesting that by mentioning it, if he did, he is in fact giving the ark theory credibility I have to say that you are probably wrong.
Why did he use the term? to speak to the blockheads in terms they would understand.
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Re: Why did Jesus talk about Noah's Ark?
and of course there was a flood but not I do believe not the ridiculous imo version spoon fed to us ark n all.
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and where does he speak of anything to do with "noah" and "tha ark" in that text?

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What did all the animals eat while on the ark? How can a small vessel(relatively speaking) hold ALL the various species in one craft?
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You know op, with all due respect and speaking as a Christian, there comes a point where you really have to stand up and think for yourself, to have the courage to question and not to believe what we are told to believe simply because you are afraid of questioning.
God doesnt hide behind dogma, someone else does.
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As in the day's of Noah= END OF THE WORLD AS YOU PEOPLE KNOW IT
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Christ is NOT the bible op, dont forget.
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Very sooothing, vary nice contribution. Since Adam blew it and lost Eden we need machines to be freed from the toil we inherited, but now we've become more enslaved to the greedy who own the machines. "All this I have seen, and there was an applying of my heart to every work that has been done under the sun, [during] the time that man has dominated man to his injury." Ecs8:9
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Glad you liked it. One more and I'll quit. It's by Douglas Blue Feather. He's a very humble and wise person. It's my good fortune to be able to see him in a couple weeks. Am going to ask him if he thinks there's still a chance or live together as brothers, or if he thinks we will perish as fools. It looks like Mt. 24:36 applies today, as much as it did during the days of Noah.

"We must learn to live together as brothers, or we are going to perish together as fools."
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What did all the animals eat while on the ark? How can a small vessel(relatively speaking) hold ALL the various species in one craft?
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The ark required just two of each type of creature. All of the genetic variation we see today came from those basic types. After the waters receded, the continents drifted apart, leading to isolated populations causing more variation and separation of species from the original gene pool.

Look at the variety of dogs we see today. They all came from the same genetic source, the wolf.
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You know op, with all due respect and speaking as a Christian, there comes a point where you really have to stand up and think for yourself, to have the courage to question and not to believe what we are told to believe simply because you are afraid of questioning.
God doesnt hide behind dogma, someone else does.
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Isn't this thread a question? "Do not put out the fire of the spirit. Do not treat prophesyings with contempt. Make sure of all things; hold fast to what is fine." 1Thes5:19
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You know op, with all due respect and speaking as a Christian, there comes a point where you really have to stand up and think for yourself, to have the courage to question and not to believe what we are told to believe simply because you are afraid of questioning.
God doesnt hide behind dogma, someone else does.

Isn't this thread a question? "Do not put out the fire of the spirit. Do not treat prophesyings with contempt. Make sure of all things; hold fast to what is fine." 1Thes5:19
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Sure, but I think I know why you are asking it.

Christ is not the bible.
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Maybe he did it to remind people that if we don't look to the past and mend our ways, we won't have a future. Or, that we'll have a future just like in the days of Noah, getting a much needed cleansing.
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Christ is NOT the bible op, dont forget.
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actually, he is.
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Christ is NOT the bible op, dont forget.


actually, he is.
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actually he is far from being the bible, but please do explain why he is, Im all ears
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Maybe he did it to remind people that if we don't look to the past and mend our ways, we won't have a future. Or, that we'll have a future just like in the days of Noah, getting a much needed cleansing.
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...and here we are, yet again.... "But know this, that in the last days critical times hard to deal with will be here.  For men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, self-assuming, haughty, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, disloyal, having no natural affection, not open to any agreement, slanderers, without self-control, fierce, without love of goodness, betrayers, headstrong, puffed up [with pride], lovers of pleasures rather than lovers of God, having a form of godly devotion but proving false to its power; and from these turn away. For from these arise those men who slyly work their way into households and lead as their captives weak women loaded down with sins, led by various desires, always learning and yet never able to come to an accurate knowledge of truth." 2Ti3:1
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"And he (the chief archon) repented for everything which had come into being through him. This time he planned to bring a flood upon the work of man. But the greatness of the light of the foreknowledge informed Noah, and he proclaimed (it) to all the offspring which are the sons of men. But those who were strangers to him did not listen to him. It is not as Moses said, 'They hid themselves in an ark' (Gn 7: 7), but they hid themselves in a place, not only Noah, but also many other people from the immovable race. They went into a place and hid themselves in a luminous cloud. And he (Noah) recognized his authority, and she who belongs to the light was with him, having shone on them because he (the chief archon) had brought darkness upon the whole earth.

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What did all the animals eat while on the ark? How can a small vessel(relatively speaking) hold ALL the various species in one craft?


The ark required just two of each type of creature. All of the genetic variation we see today came from those basic types. After the waters receded, the continents drifted apart, leading to isolated populations causing more variation and separation of species from the original gene pool.

Look at the variety of dogs we see today. They all came from the same genetic source, the wolf.
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BS lots of other canine genes in our dogs; african wild dog, jackel, coyote, etc. etc.
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actually he is far from being the bible, but please do explain why he is, Im all ears
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The bible says Jesus IS the word,says it in several places.

So, if you belive the bible, as I do, then you believe part of what makes up Jesus is the bible itself.
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actually he is far from being the bible, but please do explain why he is, Im all ears


The bible says Jesus IS the word,says it in several places.

So, if you belive the bible, as I do, then you believe part of what makes up Jesus is the bible itself.
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You dont make up Jesus because Jesus doesnt need anything or anyone to make him up.. he is, he was before men wrote the bible.
Seriously this is getting old. If you believe that a man and his family shoved all the animals of this planet on a ship and then repopulated earth then go for it, youll believe the bible no doubt.
Do you also believe that humanity has been here 6000 years?
and so on rolleyes
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Do you also believe that humanity has been here 6000 years?
and so on rolleyes
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well it has been 6000 since we started farming....and making bread....

no question, the human race changed significantly 6000 years ago....
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When the Christians get themselves all worked up into a tizzy, they tend to purge the population. That purge is metaphorically referred to as a Flood or a Deluge in the mythology/theology.
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"For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be. For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark; and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be." Mt24:36 Has the world become to violent AGAIN?


Jesus speaks of the Ark of Noah because at that time it was the only means of salvation - if you were not on the Ark, you perished in the Great Flood.

He uses the Ark as the archetype (foreshadowing) of the Church Herself. This is why the Church is known as the Barque (Boat) of St. Peter. In other words, if you are not "in the boat" when the End comes, you will perish just like those did in the Great Flood.

He also speaks of the speed with which His return shall come, catching everyone off-guard like it did at the time of the Flood. We have many examples of this in the fossilized remains and some better preserved remains of animals who died very sudden deaths of drowning at the Flood with flowers or grass still in their mouths as they ate.

+1

Indeed!

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Jesus foresaw the church and it's violence/corruption and gave warning to it's customers in the Revelation.
"And I heard another voice out of heaven say: “Get out of her, my people, if YOU do not want to share with her in her sins, and if YOU do not want to receive part of her plagues. 5 For her sins have massed together clear up to heaven, and God has called her acts of injustice to mind. 6 Render to her even as she herself rendered, and do to her twice as much, yes, twice the number of the things she did; in the cup in which she put a mixture put twice as much of the mixture for her. 7 To the extent that she glorified herself and lived in shameless luxury, to that extent give her torment and mourning. For in her heart she keeps saying, ‘I sit a queen, and I am no widow, and I shall never see mourning.’ 8 That is why in one day her plagues will come, death and mourning and famine, and she will be completely burned with fire, because Jehovah God, who judged her, is strong." Rv18:4 Take heed.
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Re: Why did Jesus talk about Noah's Ark?
I dont believe the bible, in fact, as a Christian, I am extremely offended by it.

I have always viewed the bible, or rather the Ot , as someones version of events, a version that benefits the narrators long term objectives and positive self portrait .

I believe there was a previous advanced civilization. That is the link that is missing and gives sense to our very existence imo and answers the whys. I think it was deliberately hidden for the aformentioned reasons.

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