Somewhere Over The Rainbow
In the classic film, The Wizard of Oz, Dorthy sings about a place over the rainbow. Every student of the Bible knows the rainbow has its first mention in the book of Genesis. It is a consistent reminder that God is a promise keeper. The colors of the rainbow demonstrate God’s artistry and how we should celebrate diversity, instead of allowing our differences to divide us. The rainbow’s connection with Noah and the ark is one to be considered in the hour we live in, because Jesus said as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be when the son of man returns. One of the most notorious characteristics of those days was the sexual perversion that was so prominent and once again, our world today is steeped in various forms of perversion – sinfulness that has highjacked the rainbow itself, attempting to use it as a brand.