Genesis 7 — the days of Noah and the days of the Son of Man

Messiah Yeshuah (Jesus) said that the days of Noakh (Noah) would be like the last days before Yeshua’s return. We read in Genesis 6-7 what Noakh’s generation and his righteousness were like.

Food for thought from the recorded discussion

What is significant about the “the 17th day of the second month”?

What did God tell Noakh about himself?

What does the term “generation” mean here? (See how the word is used in Gen. 9:12; Gen. 17:7-9; Matt. 24:34-38.)

What is the controversy over the counting of the animals in the ark? Do you notice that the number of the clean animals outnumber the unclean animals? How did Noakh know what was clean or unclean?

How do “the days of Noakh” parallel the “days of the Son of Man” (Matt. 24:36-51; Luke 17:26-36; 1st Pet. 3:18-20)?

Why did the Flood last 40 days? What does the number 40 mean (see Matt. 4:2; Acts 1:3; Luke 8:14)?

What did God mean when He told Noakh in Gen. 6:3, “My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, because he also is flesh; nevertheless his days shall be 120 years” (see Isa. 60:46-49)? What does the number 120 mean?

What does the Hebrew word jubilee mean?

Reader: David De Fever. Speaker: Richard Agee.


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