Monday, May 30, 2011

Outline of Genesis 7


Below is a list of the pages on Priceless Eternity which cover Genesis 7. To view a larger listing of pages on other parts of Scripture go to the Scripture Index.

Genesis 7
Summary of Genesis 7 Normality prevailed throughout the world. Consistency reigned. Everything was continuing on just as it always had. The people of the world were doing what they had always done, living as they had always lived, eating as they always had... But then, normality was interrupted...

Genesis 7:1
The Time Comes to Enter the Ark (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3) A change of eras and the certainty of destruction. The ark was ready, and its completion was the culmination of 120 years of construction. Day after day Noah and his sons had toiled. Day after day that had built in accordance with God’s will...

Genesis 7:2-3
How Did Noah Know Which Animals Were Clean? (Part 1) (Part 2) How did Noah know which animals were clean? This much is clear: Noah knew which animals were clean. However, Scripture does not clearly indicate how Noah came to know...

Genesis 7:4-5
7 More Days God told Noah the number of days the pre-flood world had left. The pre-flood world had just seven days. The 120 years of mercy had quickly passed. There was now just one more week left.

Genesis 7:6-9
A Short Account of the Ark's Final Preparation Genesis 7:6-9 is a short account of the ark's final preparation. It is a short description of all the animals and Noah's household boarding the ark...

Genesis 7:11
State of the World (2349 BC): The Flood (Part 1) (Part 2) 2349 BC was a packed year: Final preparations for the ark were made. Methuselah died. All the animals were loaded on the ark. God sent a massive flood. All of humanity died, except for Noah's household. The waters rose high above the mountains— then the waters began to recede...

Genesis 7:10-12
The Long Expected Rain (Part 1) (Part 2) Most downpours begin slowly. The wind gushes; the clouds roll in. First it sprinkles. And then, steadily, the rain becomes heavier and heavier. This, however, was not how the water of Noah's flood began...

Genesis 7:13-15
Noah's Timely Entry (Part 1) (Part 2) On the day that the storm clouds broke open— on the day that the water burst forth from the ground— on that very same day, Noah's household and the animals entered the ark. For 120 years of Noah's life, everything had been building up to this climatic moment...

Genesis 7:16
Zero More Years of Mercy (Part 1) (Part 2) At one point, the pre-flood world had 120 more years to repent. 120 years to turn to God. 120 more years of mercy. Those years were now gone. The clock was ticking and the countdown had almost hit zero...

Genesis 7:17-18
The Destruction of The City of Enoch (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3) Not a single town, village, or city— not even The City of Enoch was exempt from annihilation. Every human settlement was utterly destroyed in the flood. At the time of the flood, The City of Enoch was likely the most ancient city in the world...

Genesis 7:19-20
Evidence for a Global Flood: Water Above The Mountains (Part 1) (Part 2) The Noahic flood covered the entire world. Anyone who rejects this has rejected the history which the Bible plainly presents. The Bible presents a global flood, not a local flood. If the flood was local, how could the water have risen 15 cubits above...

Genesis 7:21-22
Evidence for a Global Flood: Every Living Thing Dies At the beginning of creation, water covered the earth. Fast forward 1656 years— at first glance, it might appear that nothing had changed. Water once again covered the entire earth. But 1656 years later, something was different. Very different...

Genesis 7:23
Evidence For A Global Flood: Only Noah's Household Survived Scripture states what the flood destroyed: every living thing upon the face of the land. Scripture also states what the flood did not destroy: Noah's household and everything on the ark. Both of these important pieces of information...

Genesis 7:24
Noah's Patience (Part 1) (Part 2) Noah had spent 120 years preparing for one day— the day that the flood hit. But that climatic day had already come... and gone. What God had said would happen had come to pass. The waters of the flood had filled the earth. Over those first forty days...

Related Posts:
Summary of Genesis 7
Outline of Genesis 6
Outline of Genesis 5
Outline of Genesis 4

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