Need an Arc? I Noah a Guy by able6
In ancient times, when darkness reigned,
A righteous man named Noah was ordained.
With faith unwavering, he heard God’s call,
To build an ark, to save the creatures all.
With his hands, he crafted a vessel grand,
Guided by divine plans, carefully planned.
Each plank and beam, a testament of trust,
In the Almighty’s will, in the flood’s fierce gust.
He toiled with determination and might,
Through days and nights, until it stood upright.
A refuge of hope, amidst the rising tide,
A sanctuary for life, where they would reside.
As the sky darkened, the rain began to pour,
Noah and his family stepped through the door.
Into the ark, animals came in pairs,
From every corner, seeking refuge from their cares.
Within the ark’s shelter, they found solace,
As the floodwaters rose, the world lost its grace.
For forty days and nights, the rain poured down,
Noah’s faith unwavering, wearing a righteous crown.
The thunder roared, the lightning slashed the sky,
But Noah remained steadfast, his trust held high.
In the ark’s chambers, a symphony of sounds,
Animals, side by side, peace could be found.
And as the flood subsided, the waters receded,
Noah and his family emerged, their hearts undefeated.
The dove carried hope, an olive branch in its beak,
Signaling the earth’s rebirth, a new world to seek.
Noah stepped onto the dry, sacred ground,
His eyes beholding the wonders all around.
A covenant with God, a promise to hold,
A rainbow arched, a symbol of stories untold.
From the depths of the flood, a lesson was learned,
Of righteousness and faith, from which blessings earned.
Noah, a vessel of devotion and grace,
A reminder of God’s love, embracing every place.
So, let us remember the tale of Noah and the flood,
Of his unwavering faith, as a beacon of good.
In times of darkness, when trials abound,
May we find solace in faith, in love, profound.
Sourced from environmentally responsible recycled polyester.
Poly is stronger and more flexible than traditional canvas.
Moisture, fade resistant + machine washable.
Small – 13 x 12 = cute, fits your tablet + laptop + phone + keys
Medium – 16 x 15 = return your overdue books to the local library
Large – 18 x 17 = for your Trader Joe’s grocery run
Beautifully boxed corners
Fine black inner stitching + transparent hem threading
Black cotton handles
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