Bible Cartoon: Genesis 07 - The Flood - Scene 04 - Flooded

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Bible Book: Genesis
Bible Book Code: 0100701701
Scene no: 4 of 8

Bible Reference & Cartoon Description

Genesis 7:17-24 (NLT)
17 For forty days the floodwaters grew deeper, covering the ground and lifting the boat high above the earth. 18 As the waters rose higher and higher above the ground, the boat floated safely on the surface.
19 Finally, the water covered even the highest mountains on the earth, 20 rising more than twenty-two feet [1] above the highest peaks.
21 All the living things on earth died—birds, domestic animals, wild animals, small animals that scurry along the ground, and all the people. 22 Everything that breathed and lived on dry land died. 23 God wiped out every living thing on the earth—people, livestock, small animals that scurry along the ground, and the birds of the sky. All were destroyed. The only people who survived were Noah and those with him in the boat.
24 And the floodwaters covered the earth for 150 days.

Hebrew, 15 cubits (6.9 metres.)


Indeterminate – underwater!

Sunlight streaming into the sea, diffused.

various marine animals – humpbacked whale, sea turtles, fish.
Notice the ruins of civilization at the bottom of the sea, & Noah’s ark at the top of the picture.

The sea animals are:
Humpbacked whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)
Hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata)

The fish are my own invention, rather than a particular species! They’re based on the orange & white Ocellaris clownfish (aka False Percula clownfish or Common clownfish) (Amphiprion ocellaris), but I have given then longer dorsal fins.

Bible Doctrine Notes
7:1-9:17 MIRACLE, Redemption (2.22B)

The miracles of God displayed here should create in us the same sense of awe and wonder as it did in the original witnesses. Since miracles display God’s power and purpose to save and judge, they have redemptive purpose. God used a unique flood to destroy sinners, but He also rescued one family and representative animals to begin again. God used nature: rain, rainbow and animals to achieve His purpose. He used the saved family of Noah to co-operate in the miracle, to announce it before it came to be, and to interpret it’s meaning. This all happen at God’s command and for His purpose. A wonderful part of this particular miracle is God’s promise never to repeat it.