Noach (Noah), a chosen one, heard the voice of the Father and did according to the Father’s will. In so doing, not only was Noach saved–his family, along with the called-out animals, were saved as well.
Too many words fall off the palettes of various lips without properly presenting the matter to the higher will. Because of this, many are lead by jabber than by genuine direction–it is rather revolting to see such rampant, unchecked spew.
When reflecting upon the dream from twenty years back, remember the portion in which this person looked inside a once familiar house to see Stormtroopers marching in unison. It was quite shocking to see such—to witness a group who had lost their identity.
There is a passage of scripture given prior to the flood of Noah, in which the Father notes how the imagination of man’s heart was only evil continually. This can be compared to what Yahshua gives in Matthew 24: “As the days of Noah were, so shall the coming of the son of man.”
We are constantly being bombarded with so many minuscule, frivolous things. As the world continues to bring about incremental tidal waves of strife, many still hearken as before, steeping themselves further and further into a prison of shallowness.