Category Archives: Nehemiah

The Revival I’m Praying For

Nehemiah 8 Seeing God work in the people to complete the task had a great affect on the people. 1) Nehemiah 8:1 The people were of one heart . . . When you go through adversity and depend upon God, God uses this to bring the hearts of the people together. When God’s people have one

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Finishing the Task

Nehemiah 4:1-6:19 1) We must come together, (Nehemiah 4:1-4). a. Everyone must volunteer, (Nehemiah 4:1), we plural … we all were doing our task. b. Watch each other’s back, (Nehemiah 4:2b), mocked. Whenever you are working for the Lord you will be mocked. You will be questioned. c. Never forget the reason we are working

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Lessons From Nehemiah

1) God gives us much more than we deserve, (Nehemiah 9:7-25). Solomon says there is nothing new under the sun. Humans have not changed. In spite of our sinfulness, God has been good to you and me. The question I have often heard is, “If God is good, why has He allowed this bad thing to happen

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A Study of 1 Thessalonians

1 Thessalonians I. Thessalonica A. History 1) Cassander, a former general of Alexander the Great and later king of Macedonia, founded the city in 315 BC and named it after his wife, the half sister of Alexander. 2) 167 BC it was captured by the Romans and named the capital of one of their four

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A Blueprint for Brotherhood: Surveying God’s Plan of Salvation

2 Thessalonians 2:13-14 Introduction When it comes to construction, maybe you are like “Tim-the-Toolman-Taylor” (making the job worse), or “Bob the Builder” (forever starting new projects without completing the old) or “Mr. Fix It” (who gets it right every single time).  Whether you are a master builder or severely challenged in this area, this message

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