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Worship is cyclical.
God responds when we worship Him.
We worship Him as response to what He has done and is doing.
Worship shouldn’t be contrived, and shouldn’t have to be worked up.
Worship should come as we contemplate who God is and how is working in our lives.
When Noah stepped foot on dry ground, no one had to tell Him how he made it through the last year....
He knew it was a God thing so
Noah worshipped
Noah worshipped In response to God
At an altar (first time an altar is mentioned in the Bible)
With extravagant sacrifice (some of ALL the clean animals)
It would have been clear why God wanted him to load 7 pairs of clean (acceptable for sacrifice) animals.
Has God done anything for you?
Are you responding to all He has done properly?
Don’t be afraid to worship him extravagantly!
God Responded
God responded to Noah’s worship attitude.
He did not respond to something new he saw in mankind.
Noah’s worship caused God to make a pledge for mankind.
A negative pledge- no more universal flood
A positive pledge- days, seasons will not stop until the world does.
God Covenanted
Covenant is a rich word.
It can mean agreement, treaty, make allies, be in league with, make a pact, banquet together.
It is the bringing of two parties together.
God and Noah, and by extension, God and man.
The Covenant is 8-11
The Sign of the Covenant is 12-17
Covenant becomes an important word throughout the Bible.
God makes a Covenant with Abraham , with the Nation of Israel, and eventually, the NEW COVENANT through the blood of Jesus, where He promises to fellowship with and offer eternal life to all who would place their faith in Jesus.
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