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Noahs Ark Holland 12
01-MAY-2007

Noah's Ark Holland 12

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Guest 06-Sep-2008 09:20
*BIBLE
lordsydney 06-Sep-2008 09:19
@ Dingosimon: if you don't believe this do you believe anything else in the Bible??? stop putting down the faith of those who believe and READ THE BILBLE!!!
Guest 28-Aug-2008 05:34
How we spend our money?? There are thousand upon thousands of Christians who are all over the world not only spending money but their lives as well helping people with love and dedication. You should really think before you say such an ingnorant statement. How are you spending yours? How silly to even bring it up.
Guest 27-Aug-2008 19:12
I would like to thank the builder for this wonerful exhibit. It has richly fed me and hope it will spiritually feed others. It is also worthy of note that there is a statistical correlation that those who follow Christ give more generously to charity on average than those who don't.
Guest 27-Aug-2008 19:12
I would like to thank the builder for this wonerful exhibit. It has richly fed me and hope it will spiritually feed others. It is also worthy of note that there is a statistical correlation that those who follow Christ give more generously to charity on average than those who don't.
Guest 26-Aug-2008 05:40
Just to clairfy people - this boat isn't actually functional. It's sitting on a platform. As great as the workmenship that went into this marviously ship, it would fall apart at sea.
suzan 26-Aug-2008 04:25
correction post.... for the millions of people starving in the world comment and the comment on how christians spend their money, !!!dont you see how much he has enriched peoples lives with the story of noah, and its meaning ?? not to mention his creative gift,,, and the millions who will pay to see it and the millions who will be fed by the proceeds, ... ask yourself .. what can i do ??
suzan 26-Aug-2008 04:22
for the millions of people starving in the world comment and the comment on how christians spend their money, !!!dont you see how hw has enriched peoples lives with the story of noah, and its eaning ?? not to mention his creative gift,,, and the millions who will pay to see it and the millions who will befed by the peoceeds, ... ask yourself .. what can i do ??
Guest 25-Aug-2008 23:21
To the idiot who questioned on how Christians are spending their money, what are they doing to help the peolple of the world who are starving?
Guest 25-Aug-2008 21:33
There are millions of people starving in the world, and this is how Christians decide to spend their money?
Corry Bellis 25-Aug-2008 16:11
Way to Go! I heard about this several months ago, it is absolutely awsome! God bless you for being obedient to the Holy Spirit! What a innovative way to "Go ye and tell all the world.." Corry from Eugene, Oregon.
Guest 25-Aug-2008 15:59
This is beautiful! For those who think it should float...this "replica" is more like a display in a museum - and museums do not normally float! It is just to give you an "idea" of what the ark must have looked like.
Mary 22-Aug-2008 03:26
What an amazing work of LOVE - GOD Bless YOU
SAL GAL 15-Aug-2008 18:22
Is that Char Bland's Johnny Bland? I agree with you and the other comments. What an amazing task and ability of ONE MAN to produce such a strong statement of faith for all the world to see. What a miraculous vision and work of art this is. Wish I could see it for real. As beautiful as these pictures are, I doubt they do it true justise. THANK YOU!!
Dingosimon 12-Aug-2008 03:24
where is the motor, the sails etc. Is it really possible that this ark floated, spun around in all the currents etc ?
Maybe i is just a nice fantasy story??
Guest 06-Aug-2008 04:04
Impressive. Do nautical experts think it would be sea worthy?
CruiseCritic 04-Aug-2008 16:45
I don't think much of the cabins
- what are they? Grade ZZ??
Geez.. even the original Queen Mary had better cabins that that!
Julie 30-Jul-2008 19:48
That is amazing! May God bless you and your family for this and know that there is many people that are behind you 100%. I have actually heard people talking about the Noah boat that was built at my work (them not being Christians), so you have sparked an interest all over the world. We live in Dallas, Texas. God BLESS and thank you!!!!
Jessica L 29-Jul-2008 02:06
That is totally awsome. To think there really are people out there today who still want to get the word of G-D out there for everyone to hear and see. God Bless the man who built the boat.
lola glover 24-Jul-2008 12:39
GOD HAV A PLAN FOR ALL OF US, WE ONLY NEED TO LISTEN. MAY GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU; THIS REPLICA IS A REMINDER OF GOD'S POWER .
TO AWAKEN OUR SPIRITS.
Sal Collura 24-Jul-2008 12:37
Let us remember that the Earth before the ark had never seen rain!!! Talk about obedience on the part of Noah!! He had a choice when told to build it just as we have a choice when told to obey His commands. "When He returns will He find us faithful??
Guest 22-Jul-2008 18:36
It doesn't look too seaworthy to me! Why is it on a barge and not floating on the surface of the deep?
Chrissy, MO 15-Jul-2008 04:11
What an amazing job you have done with your God given talents. I can only imagine what all could be accomplished if everyone used their 'Gifts' to glorify our Heavenly Father. Thank you for your faith. God Bless!
Johnny Bland 11-Jul-2008 23:21
Wow!!! The world is blessed to have someone such as yourself. What a powerful statement you have made to the rest of mankind. One man has the capability to make another stop and realize what can be achieved if you believe.
Judy Manuel 10-Jul-2008 21:00
God Bless You and your amazing talent and contribution for ALL the world to see! You have truly demonstrated what gifts God has given you to share His word with the world. I am in awe! Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!
Linda Hebert 10-Jul-2008 20:27
Truly a great work. I think it will be good for everyone to see what the size was. I am sorry that some people think this a waste of time and money. Oh yea of little faith. Wish we could see it here in Texas.
Aurea Suzette Redondo 10-Jul-2008 16:36
Could the ark float and travel across ocean? We would be blessed, too if this labor of love could be brought to our country - Philippines. We would really love to see it in person. AWESOME and WONDERFUL work worthy of God's favors.
noah 10-Jul-2008 00:14
hi my name is noah and this is amazingly awesome
Mary Spraberry 09-Jul-2008 16:06
This is definitely God-inspired! THANK YOU for following the lead of the Holy Spirit. This can only ignite interest in God's Holy Word, and draw people to a real relationship with Jesus Christ.
Mary 05-Jul-2008 18:18
Out standing....I believe that he is pleased with the fact that for one to see some thing will help them under stand that all things are possible with faith. and to see some thing from the bible in real life helps make the bible real to children of all ages
michelle in ALA 27-Jun-2008 16:26
all i can say is WOW !!!
RAE ROSE 10-Dec-2007 03:33
I was very impressed with this replica of the Noah's Ark. Perhaps one day, God willing, I will be able to actually see it in it's true form with my family. Until then, this will have to do. I will be sending all of my family and friends a copy of this e-mail to enlighten their lives. Congratulations to all that had the heart to follow through with one of their dreams.