Those are an interesting collection of Scriptures on 42 months, or 3½ years. Have you red the Diabolical Doctrine, Rapture before the Great Tribulation
Concerning the other major subject of your letter, the Word of God doesn't say Ham “knew” his father. It says he “saw the nakedness” of his father.
“And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father. And he told his two brothers outside” (Genesis 9:22 LITV).
Do you really think Ham would have told his brothers, “I just sodomized dad while he was drunk”?
Noah found out what Ham had done, which was disrespecting him by seeing him naked yet not averting his eyes and telling his brothers. They, on the other hand, respected their father, averting their eyes and covering him up.
“And Noah awoke from his wine. And he came to know what his younger son had done to him” (Genesis 9:24 LITV).
We do not believe God would have permitted His righteous and faithful servant, such as Noah was, to be sodomized by his own son. Furthermore, He would not have saved sodomites from the flood. It was because of such wickedness that God destroyed the world at that time. Nor would a righteous family have permitted such horrid perversity in their midst.
As for the question of Noah's spiritual integrity, being drunken on an occasion isn't nearly the same as immorality of the kind you speak concerning Ham. Also, God later spoke highly of Noah together with Daniel and Job:
“And though these three men, Noah, Daniel, and Job, were in it, they should deliver only their own souls by their righteousness, says the Lord God.” (Ezekiel 14:14 MKJV - read to verse 20)
The question is why you would think such thoughts of Noah and the nature of God's power and sovereignty in the lives of His saints.
You seem unduly focused on homosexuality (a vile sin, indeed), but this is just one manifestation of the outcome of sinful men suppressing the truth in unrighteousness, as Paul lays out in Romans 1:
Romans 1:28-32 MKJV
(28) And even as they did not think fit to have God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do the things not right,
(29) being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; being full of envy, murder, quarrels, deceit, evil habits, becoming whisperers,
(30) backbiters, haters of God, insolent, proud, braggarts, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents,
(31) undiscerning, perfidious, without natural affection, unforgiving, unmerciful;
(32) who, knowing the righteous order of God, that those practicing such things are worthy of death, not only do them, but have pleasure in those practicing them.
Do you know that churches abhorring homosexuality (at least on the surface), are filled with people manifesting these other evils? So for congregations like Westboro Baptist, you can add to the above list, “hypocrisy.” This is a worse sin than the others, because it binds people in pride and bars them from repentance. Consider: For whom did the Lord reserve His harshest condemnation - homosexuals or hypocrites?
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