He knew How…(yep)
How to walk…(with a burned leg?😉)
Noah] became an heir of the righteousness that results from faith.—Heb. 11:7.
To cultivate faith like Noah’s, we need to be good students of God’s Word, to take to heart what we learn, and to let that knowledge mold us and guide us. (1 Pet. 1:13-15) Then faith and godly wisdom will protect us from Satan’s clever designs and from the world’s evil spirit. (2 Cor. 2:11) That spirit fosters a love for violence and immorality. And it impels people to focus on fleshly desires. (1 John 2:15, 16) It may even move the spiritually weak to ignore the evidence of the closeness of God’s great day. Note that when Jesus compared our time with Noah’s, he focused, not on violence or immorality, but on the dangers of spiritual apathy. (Matt. 24:36-39) Ask yourself: ‘Does my way of life indicate that I truly know Jehovah? Does my faith impel me not only to live in harmony with God’s righteous standards but also to proclaim them?’ May your answers show that you too ‘walk with the true God.’—Gen. 6:9. (W 18.02 9-10)
Spiritual apathy is a threat.., in my POV, to the ‘real’ life.
Noah listened to Yahweh and did ‘just so’.
Kept himself and Family afloat!🙂