Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Noah's Grave Site



This tree (below in the picture) is a very old cedar tree right beside Noah's grave. Personally, there is a lot of meaning having this solid tree beside his grave, since I really enjoy God's creation around the world. There is also much Scripture that talks of the righteous man being like a tree planted by rivers of water...whatever he does prospers. In the last 5 months (on the 21st it will be that long), God has shown Becky and I how He has used Noah as a missionary already. I had almost daily prayed for Noah in his crib after he had fallen asleep at night, asking God to make him a man that would put God first in his life, and seek to live for God with all his might and that he would make an impact in the world for Christ...little did I know how God would do so. Little did I know that God has answered my prayer already...Noah is being a witness to hundreds today in his physical death, reminding us all of where our priorities need to be.

May our Father continue to use Noah in many ways in and during our lives and those around us.

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2 comments:

camille said...

Hi guys,
Thanks for sharing those pictures. I hope you both are doing well. Becky I'm sure you are exhausted and ready to not be pregnant anymore! That last month is hard. Glad you are staying put for awhile. Whenever you are in the northeast, let us know! We'd love to meet up with you again :)

andrea said...

That really is beautiful. Hope school and pregnancy are going well. Busy times, I'm sure.
Thinking of ya....