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Noahs Ark Holland 08
01-MAY-2007

Noah's Ark Holland 08

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kenna 13-Aug-2008 19:56
Wow, now I really have a reason to go to the Netherlands! May the Lord increase
His strength on all those who pass by, go in, or just visit on the web. I know He
blessing you now, but for such a powerful work for Him I can only imagine where
your room will be when we all go home! Many thanks.
Dingosimon 12-Aug-2008 03:28
Even Noah had PC's, wow. I bet Bill Gates is cheesed off now.
Carole 31-Jul-2008 23:39
this is totally amazing - thank you for sharing such a wonderful piece of art. The time put into building it is incredible - and you must feel so proud of yourself for the accomplishment.

I believe in the story of the Ark and to see it replicated just reinforces that idea.

God bless you for doing this and more imortantly for sharing it
shirley Calgary, Canada 30-Jul-2008 20:43


this is awsome, thanks for putting it on the web. for sure I will send it around, with a prayer that it will send a message of our GREAT LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST to the world.
Rach J 26-Jul-2008 02:29
This is a wonderful thing. People are visual and what they can see, they comprehend. I will be praying for the increase of faith in the people of The Netherlands. I just found out recently that my family was orginally from The Netherlands. That gives me a closer conncection in the spirit than I would have normally had. Thank you for all your efforts.
John 24-Jul-2008 22:01
Hey Marty, You are a bit critical, do you think Noah had electricty and a movie projector. This project took some real craftsmanship, which you don't know squat about. It was built to show the size of the original, which was also covered in pitch, and took one hundred and twenty years to build. Of course if our lifespan was as long as Noah's ( nine hundred and fifty years ) then maybe it would have been built just like the orgininal, but you would still find something to complain about. This is a truely amazing an inspirational feat, great job.
marty 24-Jul-2008 05:52
Im sorry but I have to say it, look at all the bolts and the L brackets, just for starters, Noah wouldnt have had those, he should have done it right and truly authentic
Carolyn 18-Jul-2008 21:48
It is such a comfort to me to know that there are others like me who believe "literally" in the gospel, who believe that God's word is true and absolute. Thank you so much for this wonderful testimony and may God bless you abundantly for all your labors.
Linda 10-Jul-2008 02:53
May God truly bless you for taking on such a tremendous opportunity to preach the Gospel in this way. If we would all be this bold, then more of the world would know of our Savior and Lord before He comes again!

Thank you for following through. May it inspire me to use my gifts and talents in the way that God wants me to as well!

Linda in Indianapolis, IN USA