"As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away." (Jesus - Matthew 24:37-39) Are you feeling all alone these days as you watch the Satanic Globalists move closer and closer each day to implementing their plan of installing a New World Order that drastically reduces the world's population, and collapses the world's financial system to begin the Great Reset, while everyone around you seems blind to these realities and just continues to live their lives as if everything is just going to "return to normal?" Are you "building your ark" preparing for the day when you may not be able to participate in society without fully embracing the "mark of the beast" by getting one of the COVID-19 injections, while the insanity of everyone around you sees you as the one who is "crazy" as you refuse to participate in all the COVID nonsense? If this is what you are feeling right now, take heart, and stand firm. Because this is how the world treated Noah as he obeyed the voice of God and built an ark to save humanity and most of the animal kingdom, while he warned people of God's impending judgment and the coming of a world-wide flood in the ancient world, where up until that point it had never rained. Nobody listened to him to build their own ark, which would have been far easier to build than the one Noah was building to also save the animal kingdom, just to save themselves and their families, and they paid the ultimate price for mocking a righteous man who was going against the crowd in obedience to what God had told him. When Jesus walked the earth he warned his followers that the same thing that happened in the days of Noah preceding the flood, would be happening just prior to his coming back to earth to judge the world, where people would act as if tomorrow would be the same as any other day, failing to recognize the times and season they were living through.