- Jul 31, 2013
I don't judge after the flesh, and if I did I wouldn't judge a man based upon hearsay.
Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his time; Noah walked with God.first thing he does after the flood is build an altar to praise God, who saved him.
next he plants a vineyard & makes wine - quite obviously alcoholic. Genesis 9:20-21
is your position that Noah was doing evil in the sight of God? that having been spared from destruction, he immediately became wicked and stopped walking with God?
when he 'awoke from his wine' ((v.24)) he said "blessed be the LORD" ((v.26))
what do you say, does anyone bless the LORD except by the Spirit?
is this an evil man, plotting to do wickedness by planting a vineyard?
or is this a righteous man rejoicing in the goodness and blessing of the God he walks with?
if you're going to judge people who drink wine - which, dude, that's judgement after the flesh - then you sit also in judgement over Noah. is that a comfy seat? is what i'd like to know.
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