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Item No.:   1210 Unit Price:   19.95  USD  EA
Weight:   11oz Dimensions:   12in X 13in X 6in

Noah and The Ark

This doll is a three sided reversible story doll. On one side is Noah with a dove in his hands showing him the flood is over by the olive leaf it has in it's beak, and behind Noah; there is The Ark, a number of animals when the long rain was over and a rainbow is in the sky with two ravens flying. When you flip it over, there is Noah, the Ark, several animals and the mountains of Ararat. Noah's face and hands are not molded from plastic or rubber. They were meticulously sculpted using fabric and thread.

Noah holding the dove The Ark, some animals, and a rainbow.

The story of Noah and the Ark

The story of Noah's Ark, according to chapters 6 to 9 in the Book of Genesis,[2] begins with God observing man's evil behaviour and deciding to flood the earth and destroy all life. However, God found one good man, Noah, "a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time," and decided that he would carry forth the lineage of man. God told Noah to make an ark, and to bring with him his wife, and his sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth, and their wives. Additionally, he was told to bring examples of all animals and birds, male and female. In order to provide sustenance, he was told to bring and store food.

Noah and his family and the animals entered the Ark, and "the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened, and the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights." The flood covered even the highest mountains to a depth of more than twenty feet, and all creatures died; only Noah and those with him on the Ark were left alive.

After 150 days, the Ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat. The waters continued to recede, and after about seventy more days the hilltops emerged. Noah sent out a raven which "went to and fro until the waters were dried up from the earth." Next, Noah sent a dove out, but it returned having found nowhere to land. After a further seven days, Noah again sent out the dove, and it returned with an olive leaf in its beak, and he knew that the waters had subsided. Noah waited seven days more and sent out the dove once more, and this time it did not return. Then he and his family and all the animals left the Ark, and Noah made a sacrifice to God, and God resolved that he would never again curse the ground because of man, and never again would He destroy all life on it in this manner.

In order to remember this promise, God put a rainbow in the clouds, saying, "Whenever I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth."