In the days of Noah God saw the wickedness of man was great in the earth and that every intent and every thought of man’s heart was only evil continually. Genesis 9:11-9:17. Noah was a just man who walked with God so God told Noah to build an ark to save his family and two of every animal that walked, crawled and flew. Every other man and animal would die in a great flood. God did flood the earth and did destroy man just as he told Noah.
Then after the flood subsided God made a Covenant with Noah to never destroy all of mankind and all living things again. God set a rainbow in the clouds as a sign of the covenant so that after every rain He would see and remember the covenant made with Noah and the earth.
This rainbow covenant serves as a symbol of hope and promise to Noah and all his descendants, and furthermore to all men and all generations to come: That each time a dark cloud of rain arrives any time in our lives as the Son appears and reflects His light onto us we may use this bow of beautiful reflection which already aims up to the throne room of God to shoot arrows of prayer to His awaiting target of love. A rainbow is specially curved and designed by God to promise hope for future generations. It is God’s desire we put our hopes and prayers in all He has created and only in His Love. God will bring sunny days to all who have been in the rain.
As most men of the world see a rainbow they think to look for the pot of gold at the end. But the true treasure is only found when you pull the ground back and let the prayers go to God where the reflective bow aims to truth of heaven.
Mathew 6:19-6:21. Do not lay up for yourselves treasure on earth, where moths and rust destroy and where thieves break and steal. But lay up for yourselves treasure in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.