|Overview - Genesis 7|
|1||Noah, with his family, and the living creatures, enter the ark, and the flood begins.|
|17||The increase and continuance of the flood for forty days.|
|21||All flesh is destroyed by it.|
Genesis 7:23 (King James Version)
And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, and the fowl of the heaven; and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noah only remained alive, and they that were with him in the ark.
- every living substance
- The most incontestable evidence has been afforded of the universality of this fact: the moose deer, a native of America, has been found buried in Ireland; elephants, native of Asia and Africa, in the midst of England; crocodiles, natives of the Nile, in the heart of Germany; and shell fish, never known in any but the American seas, with the entire skeletons of whales, in the most inland counties of England.
- Genesis 7:21 Genesis 7:22 ; Job 22:15-17 ; Isaiah 24:1-8 ; Matthew 24:37-39 ; Luke 17:26 Luke 17:27 ; 1 Peter 3:20
- 2 Peter 2:5
- and Noah
- Exodus 14:28-30 ; Job 5:19 ; Psalms 91:1 Psalms 91:9 Psalms 91:10 ; Proverbs 11:4 ; Ezekiel 14:14-20
- Malachi 3:17 Malachi 3:18 ; Matthew 25:46 ; Hebrews 11:7 ; 1 Peter 3:20 ; 2 Peter 2:5 2 Peter 2:9 ; 3:6