Noah: voyage to a new earth

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Wolgemuth & Hyatt, Jun 1, 1991 - Fiction - 209 pages
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Fashioned in a setting of the future, this novel chronicles the powerful saga of God's judgment and Noah's stalwart obedience. This is a Noah like you've never imagined, a technological genius who lives in a world even more advanced than our own, a man of character in a decadent world. In a culture spiraling into gross depravity, only Noah stands faithful to God. This book tells of Noah's crushing trials and painful exhaustion-and his persistent faith and dependence upon a sovereign God. When he faces the monumental task of building "the box" (his name for the ark), when everyone...everyone...ridicules him, when people try to sabotage his "project," when one of his sons is kidnapped and another drifts into drug use and immorality, when forces of evil and obstruction attack him on every side, Noah has nowhere to turn but to God. And God is always more than enough for what Noah needs. Step into the world of Noah. Experience the struggle. Share the vision and task of preparing for the voyage to a new earth. See God's faithfulness and power. You'll never think of Noah the same way again.

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JAMES R. LUCAS is President & CEO of Luman Consultants International, Inc. A recognized authority on leadership and organizational development, he is dedicated to developing passionate, thinking, high-performance leaders, people, teams, and organizations. Jim is the author of thirteen previous books, including The Passionate Organization, Fatal Illusions, and Balance of Power. He is also an award-winning senior faculty member of the American Management Association (where he has led its premier course, The Course for Presidents) and has taught in the School of Professional Studies at Rockhurst University.

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