Restful or Restless?

I hope you have enjoyed the series on Nehemiah as much as I have! I want to leave you with a question today in the last post– restful or restless?…
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Spring Cleaning Part 2

Are there areas in your house/life that could use some spring cleaning? In the last post, we talked about Faith, Friends, and Forgiveness. Today, we will continue through chapter 13…
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Spring Cleaning

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. I love the Spring. In Nehemiah 13 the people are doing a little spring cleaning: – “Then I commanded them…
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Dedication Day

If you have been reading the blog lately, you know we’ve been in a series on Nehemiah. Nehemiah 12 is another list of names, just as we’ve seen several times…
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Willing Workers

There is no greater cause to give your life for than the cause of Christ! There is no cause more urgent than the cause of Christ. In Nehemiah 11, we…
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Public Decisions

The Christian life is a series of new beginnings. There are strategic times in our lives when we need to repent of sin and reaffirm our commitments. There are times…
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How to Improve Your Prayer Life

Nehemiah 9 contains the longest prayer in the Old Testament. Prayer takes time! We can learn several things from this chapter on how to improve our prayer lives. PRAYER ACKNOWLEDGES…
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The Results of Revival

Thanks for visiting the blog today! We are currently going through a series on the book of Nehemiah. Today’s post picks up about halfway through Nehemiah 8. There is a…
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Finding Joy

If one word characterized the Christian life it would be joy. Joy should be the testimony of every Christian and every church. The Gospel is not bad news, it is…
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How Will You Be Remembered?

Nehemiah 7 has 73 verses and is primarily a list of names. It’s like the Jerusalem phone book! Most authors skip over it or combine it with chapter 8, but…
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Doing a Great Work

We have been going through the book of Nehemiah in these posts. Just like the walls of Jerusalem were broken down, we live in a broken world. We are surrounded…
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How to Survive an Economic Crisis

Nothing puts more pressure on a marriage or a relationship like money problems. There is no pressure like financial pressure! For some couples, the more they have, the more they…
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How to Deal with Discouragement

Have you ever been discouraged? Ever felt like giving up? This post is for you! You can live without food, money, and water, but you can’t make it without hope.…
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How to Cope with Criticism

When you work with people, you will be criticized. We have all been there. I remember a panel in which Adrian Rogers asked Ron Dunn, “How do you deal with…
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How to Work Well with Others

“Works well with others” can be found on a kindergarten report card. How adults get along with co-workers will be reflected on their performance evaluation at work. Working together will…
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Build Together

Not only does Nehemiah 2 illustrate the providence of God, but it also says a great deal about working with people. You cannot build alone. Nehemiah went to Jerusalem and…
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Good Hands

Today’s theme is found in Nehemiah 2:8 – “the good hand of my God upon me.” Providence is the unseen hand of God guiding human destiny. It is illustrated clearly…
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Building Blocks in Leadership

Over the past 32 years of ministry, I have preached through the book of Nehemiah at least twice, if not three times. Just this week I started reading through Nehemiah…
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