Remember playing "Simon Says" during recess when you were in elementary school. Your whole class would line up, four rows consisting of 5 students each. As the Simon of the day, you called the shots.
"Simon says, 'Jump on one foot,' " you'd bellow and then laugh as your classmates tried to jump on one foot without falling over.
"Simon says, 'Jump on one foot and pat your belly at the same time,' " came your next set of instructions. This time you laughed even harder as you observed how silly they all looked.
"Stop!" you'd scream followed up by a quick, "you're out, you're out, you're out! Simon didn't say stop!"
This elementary school game reminds me of our relationship with God. When God says something to us, no matter what it may be, we are supposed to do it. Whatever He says, absolutely no questions asked, just do it. What happens when we follow the instructions the world gives us? We disqualify ourselves from allowing God to use us. Through Noah's obedience to God, God was able to use him.
Do you love God enough to obey His commandments with all your heart and not ask questions?