Mission Hills Church
Noah | Five Keys to Faithfulness
The story of Noah's ark may be the most familiar and possibly one of the most misunderstood stories in the whole Bible. Hollywood has corrupted it and the church has made it cute. But in between these two extremes, there are powerful lessons for trusting God even when the world thinks you're crazy.
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Our faithfulness matters more than we think.
How we view sin matters more than we think.
We need to spend more time looking in the mirror than out the window.

So the most important question is: What does this teach me about living faithfully?
Pairs of clean and unclean animals, of birds and of all creatures that move along the ground, male and female, came to Noah and entered the ark, (Gen 7:8b-9)
1. God never requires from us what He hasn’t provided for us.
When we feel like God is asking too much, it's because we’ve over-looked or re-purposed the provision.
Is there an area of my life where I feel like God’s asking too much because I’ve over-looked or re-purposed a provision?
2. God is still in control, even when things seem like chaos.
3. God sometimes allows chaos into our lives to confront our sin.
Where does my life feel over-chaotic? Is there a sin God might be using this chaos to confront?
God isn't destroying the earth, He's resetting it.
4. Sometimes God hits reset to redirect us back towards good.
Three boundaries to keep our thinking inside:
1. God can do miracles.
2. The world may have been very different back then.
3. God communicated using language they understood back then.
Which of these truths do I most need to respond to today?
1. God never requires from us what He hasn’t provided for us.
2. God is still in control, even when things seem like chaos.
3. God sometimes allows chaos into our lives to confront our sin.
4. Sometimes God hits reset to redirect us back towards good.
5. Sin is serious business.