The story of Noah and the Great Flood is not just for children–though we all do like the idea of rainbows, boats, sets of animals and such.
For grown-ups, this is a profound story about the depth of human sin and the matching depth of God’s anguish. The layers of the story are deep; worth considering as Lent begins.
So with all of that in mind, I have a question for you: At what moment does God’s regret turn to resolve?
Answer my question, or add your own question or comment below.
God of the waters, cleanse us from sin and wash us in steadfast love. Amen.