Sunday, November 3, 2013


One of the highlights of my vacation was a trip to Lancaster, PA to attend the play Noah

With more than fifty professional actors and dozens of live animals, Noah's message of hope took me on a remarkable journey of faith as I witnessed the struggles of Noah, his family and their journey as faithful servants of the Lord.

In this epic we traveled with Noah, overwhelmed in his quest to fulfill the wishes of God as he struggles against seemingly impossible odds and the intense criticism of non-believers. Every detail of the story - as revealed in the Bible - came to life with remarkable realism, sweeping us back in time to the days when Noah is called to build a large floating vessel big enough to save mankind. Will he succeed? The 40-foot-high ark was constructed right before our very eyes! 

Then in the second act we sat inside the boat, surrounded by hundreds of live and animatronic animals of every species. Sight and Sound Theatres, the largest Christian live theatre, truly brought the Bible to life with this captivating, immersive production. 

It ended with Jesus appearing in the ark's door and saying, "Behold , I stand at the door, and knock : if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. Rev. 3:20

This was an inspirational illustrated sermon on God's love and mercy.

No comments:

Post a Comment