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September 2015: Parallels Between The Days Of Noah And The Day Of Judgment

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Hello, this is a presentation of a book called "The Coming Days of Awe" in which author T.W. Tramm points out the unusual parallels between the days of Noah and the Day of Judgment. I found this fascinating and wanted to share it with you. I am not trying to "teach" in this video, but to point out interesting details in this book.

For those who say you can't know the day and hour, remember that Noah was told the day and hour 7 days before the LORD would pour out his judgment (Genesis 7:1). He needed to board the Ark and be ready.

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