We are reliving the same exact scenario today, just as Matthew 24:37-39 said we would. God has warned that billions of people will be horrifyingly tormented and killed during the 7-year Tribulation (Revelation 9:15-18). Yet, no one is listening today, just as back in the time of Noah. The beaches are filled with naked bathing bodies. The nightclubs and taverns are packed with homosexuals, fornicators, and drunkards seeking a good time. Sin City Las Vegas is booked full with tourists from around the world who flock there to commit sexual immorality in secrecy. But consider yourself warned friend, the Bible says in Revelation 20:12-15 that God is recording all of your sins in a book, from which you will be judged. The same holds true of backslidden believers (2nd Corinthians 5:10-11; Romans 14:12; 12:19; 1st Thessalonians 4:6). God will not be mocked.
Back in Noah's day (assuming Noah from the bible) People became so evil that god felt bad of what he made and wanted to destroy it but Noah made the arc and hopefully you know the rest of the story today there is alot of bad things in the world but it must be better than back then because God is happy with much of his creation although there's still so much sin
The voice of warning is now being heard inviting the people to escape and find refuge, not in the ark but in Jesus Christ. How will the warning be treated? Christ tells us just as it was received in the days of Noah. Thousands will deride the message of mercy and salvation, and turn aside, one to his merchandise, another to his farm, and give little or no attention to these things. They will be occupied with eating, drinking, and dressing, planting and building as in the days of Noah, as though no sound of alarm had ever saluted their ears.http://www.preparingforeternity.com/st010378.htm
By means of the Flood, Jehovah took action against a world “full of violence.” (Genesis 6:13) That Noah and his family refrained from taking part in such violence and instead peacefully went about the work of building an ark was obvious to all who saw them. Here, too, we see a parallel to our day. Sincere people can now “see the distinction between a righteous one and a wicked one, between one serving God and one who has not served him.” (Malachi 3:18) The honesty, kindness, peacefulness, and diligence displayed by Jehovah’s Witnesses are admired by unprejudiced onlookers, and these qualities distinguish God’s people from the world in general. The Witnesses reject violence in all its forms and let themselves be motivated by Jehovah’s spirit. That is why they are blessed with peace and why they pursue a righteous course.—Isaiah 60:17. The people of Noah’s day went about their daily life in their usual way and saw no need for protection from impending calamity. They lacked something else—faith in God.
People denying that there is a God. Each doing what is right in their own mind. Sin runs rampant, sin being rebelliousness and disobedience against God. lovers of self. Not believing the WORD of GOD. Mocking Godly people. Calling 'evil' 'good' and calling 'good' 'evil'.read 2 Timothy chapter 3