Noah’s Story


      Noah’s Story

Sin was everywhere,
Grieving God to despair.
God choose my family to be saved.
He, through me, a new way paved.

Building the Ark against the flood.
The work hard, but had to be done.
This was our salvation,
And for others to come.

God shut the door.
Pairs of animals in my care.
Away from the wickedness.
Away from the fear.

Today, people living on this earth,
Your sin could be gone,
If your salvation is in Jesus – the Cross.
Then God’s will is done.

— Charles B. Mayes

Noah’s Story © 2014 by Charles B. Mayes. All Rights Reserved.

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The movie, “Noah”, has done extremely well around the world.  This shows that people are really interested in this.  May this create a new interest in a belief of a worldwide flood.

A good friend of mine recently made me aware of Ken Ham’s excellent ministry and website:

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Other poems are available in a chapbook titled, A New Year Resolution and Other Poems (including The Missionaries) by Charles B. Mayes. It contains 22 poems. The foreword is written by Dr. P.T. Mammen, Senior Pastor of San Bruno (CA) International Christian Center.

” . . . creative energy evidenced through every line . . .” – Dr. P.T. Mammen

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Thank you! – ”As some of your own poets have said, ‘We are his offspring.’ ” (Holy Bible – Acts 17:28)