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It takes courage! (1 of 13)

dennis marquardt

INTRODUCTION: One of the most difficult aspects of God's will is not so much knowing but DOING! How do you fulfill the will of God? What makes a man or woman a great man or woman of God? You will never know the great rewards of God unless you also know the great risks involved in doing God's will. Look at history, the ones we know today were men and women who took big risks, but they were calculated risks, not foolish ones. So much courage paid off: Columbus's voyage to the New World. The journey of man to the moon. The ministry of the Apostle Paul brought the gospel to the West...


Nehemiah: True Revival (11 of 12)

por Stan Coffee

We are in a series of messages preaching through the 66 books of the Bible. We are currently studying the history books in a subseries called Giants of the Bible. I want to talk about revival this morning. revival through the Word. I want you to turn in your Bibles on Nehemiah chapter 8, and we're about to start verse 1. You should have your Bible ready, and maybe your pen or pencil, to take notes and outline our revival message. through the to write the word. God has a special purpose for America. I believe today that the great need of our nations is revival. For a visit...


Nehemiah's Sorrowful Heart (4 of 6)

de Ken Trivette

1. Dr. Landrum used to say, "A Christian should have a heart twenty-five thousand miles in circumference." John McNeil wrote: "Ah, we need an eye in our head and a tongue in our mouth and a hand at the end of our arm that has a certain tingle of everlasting love in it, and we need a heart working behind that, all three, who burned in the heart of Jesus, who became flesh for us men and for our salvation, and died on the cross.” 3. When we look at Nehemiah, we see a man with a big heart around his waist and behind everything that, what he does is a heart illuminated by the heart of God. His heart is described...


Nehemiah: Rebuilding the Ruins of Life (7 of 10)

by RogerThomas

Introduction: Rebuilding is never easy. It is often more difficult than starting from scratch. Some of you have had to rebuild after a fire, a flood, a tornado, maybe a drought! New York City is doing just that. Hundreds of families in the fire-ravaged West are doing it as we speak. You know the neighbors who had to renovate. Fortunately, I have never had to deal with such a loss. Rose's family suffered a fire when she was a child. They moved into the house next door for several months and ended up moving back in after the house was restored. We came close in 1996 when the city of Aurora, Illinois received 17 inches of rain in 24 years...


The Book of Nehemiah Introduction and Chapter 1 (1 of 13)

de harley howard

There are many works on revival today that can be found in many bookstores, but to this day there is no revival. I guess I'm throwing my hat into the fray in the hope that this study might shed some light on the question of revival. There are some specific guidelines that I use in this study, and for some, these guidelines may not answer all of the questions that some might have about revival. The reason for this is that many have read so many different things about revival besides the Scriptures. Simply presenting the Scriptures themselves without the opinions of many tends to lead to some dissatisfaction...


Our Declaration of Dependency

por Ernest Easyley

Roswell Street Baptist Church turns 70 this year! What began as a mission of First Baptist Church of Marietta on the "outskirts of town" has for years been a beacon of hope that began here in Cobb County. God has used that fellowship for the past 70 years to greatly impact the Christian landscape around the world. From this fellowship came: Christian pastors, missionaries, Christian recording artists, Christian writers and film producers, church planters, evangelists, Bible teachers, church workers, the founder of Up Ward Basketball, Football and Cheerleading, and an army of influential business leaders. and witnesses of Christ. .


Let's get up and build

by Adrian Rogers

Get out your Bibles and turn to the book of Nehemiah, Nehemiah, chapter two and verse eleven, page eighty-seven if you have one like me. All right, the book of Nehemiah. As we reflect on this particular theme this morning, LET US RISE AND BUILD, let us rise and build. This is the story of the rebuilding of the walls around Jerusalem under the leadership of the man of God Nehemiah. And I'm starting to read now that we started our study last Sunday, chapter two and verse eleven. Nehemiah says: “Then I came to Jerusalem and stayed there three days. And I got up in the middle of the night, myself and some men...


How to prevent sin from spreading in your life (3 of 4)

por David Cawston

Introduction The Feast of Tabernacles lasted from the 15th of the month to the 22nd of the 7th month, according to the Law of Moses. This was a festival to remember what God had done for Israel. -He brought her to the promised land. He wanted them to live there. - They lived in makeshift shelters to remember their migration and the consequences of sin. - They had nomadic origins, but by the grace of God they were blessed and now they were a nation. The 1st and 8th days of the festival were solemn days. During the festival, they were told to rejoice. During the entire seventh month, these people had the law of...


From pain to hallelujahs! (5 of 10)

by Jeff Ginn

1. INTRODUCTION a. There is a dramatic change in this chapter. People go from clamor to clamor. They go from pain to hallelujah. They come there because of the leader they had. B. In many ways, Nehemiah represents the Lord Jesus: He meets us hurting, but he restores us and brings revival and renewal. He takes us from pain to hallelujah. Read Nehemiah 5:1-13. C. What makes a good leader? Five simple things.2. A LEADER WHO LISTENS (5:6) a. They hurt (5:1b. He hears (5:6)i. Problem of grain ii. Problem of greed 1. "When you lend money to one of My needy people among you, do not be as...


Getting excited again with God (13 of 17)

por Chuck McAlister

The wife crashed her husband's new car; she was not hurt. But the car was totaled... When the policewoman arrived, she took the insurance papers out of the glove compartment of the car, only to find a handwritten note on the papers that read, "Honey, if you move, those insurance papers they will probably mean you've been in an accident. I hope you're okay. Remember, I love you, the car doesn't matter. (A) You may have messed up your life, but God says, "It's you I love." people in the days of Nehemiah lived a broken and devastated life... The walls around his city, Jerusalem, were torn down... .


Nehemiah (1 of 7)

by Zach Terry

CONTEXT: Nehemiah - If you open Nehemiah, you will see that it is only a few books before the Psalms. But that's a bit of a misnomer, because you'll see: Nehemiah is chronologically the last historical book in the Bible. This fact gives you some clues about its interpretation. Because what's next? After Nehemiah completed the construction of the wall, what is the next historical record? MESSIAH. The nation of Israel was visible evidence of God's promise to Abraham. -As we saw in our last series, God had promised Eve that he would defeat Satan through his SEED, a male offspring. - God made a similar...


Nehemiah - Dissatisfaction (1 of 6)

por David Gustavsen

So does everyone have their Lego? Does everyone have a lego when you came in today? I'll tell you what that is in a moment. In the meantime, feel free to play around with it, although there's not much you can do with a Lego. Which is part of the point. But we'll get to that later. So this is the time of year that we think about resolutions, right? No matter how much we messed things up last year, we feel like this is a fresh start and a new chance to put things right. And I know what some of you are thinking. You think, “I don't make resolutions. That's childish. This won't do...


Nehemiah: Keys to a Successful Construction (23 of 54)

por Stan Coffee

AUTHORSHIP: The book of Nehemiah was written by Nehemiah himself and written by Nehemiah in collaboration with the priest Ezra. DATE: 432 BC Chapter 13, verse 6 says it was in the 32nd year of Artaxerxes. THEME: The period described in Nehemiah was unique in Jewish history. Nehemiah was a cupbearer at the court of King Artaxerxes. That was a great honor, but in this position of intimacy with the king, Nehemiah had not forgotten his people, the Jews. The news that they brought him of the destruction of Jerusalem made him very sad. This sadness cannot be...


Practical classes of the book of Nehemiah in conversation with us! (February 1)

by Jerry Branch

Proverbs 29:18 KJV 18 Where there is no vision, men perish: This must NOT be our case, for God has given us a vision to minister to Him here in the Channelview area. NAU Isaiah 54:2 “Enlarge the space of your tent; extend the curtains of your rooms, do not skimp; lengthen your cables and strengthen your pins. So I want us to look at some of Nehemiah's lessons: both our personal lives and our church. Listen first NAU Nehemiah 1:1 The words of Nehemiah son of Hacaliah. Now, it happened in the month of Chisleu, in the twentieth year, while I was in the capital Susan...


Nehemiah - Building a City Through Prayer Part 3 (3 of 3)

de Palitha Jayasooriya

Welcome to the final sermon in our series, titled Nehemiah—Building a City Through Prayer. So far, in this 3 part series, we have discussed the following prayer strategies from Nehemiah. 1. He Prayed Fervently Many years ago, 1985 to be exact, the band Starship recorded a hit titled "We Built This City On Rock 'n Roll." However, Nehemiah built the walls of Jerusalem through prayer and the guidance, wisdom, and courage that he received as a result of his prayers. It really was an incredible achievement, as we will see at the end of this sermon. In this final post of our 3-part series, we'll look at 3 more clues from Nehemiah...


God is fair?

Lt. Jeff Strite

OPENING: A magician who works on a cruise ship recently bought a parrot to be part of his show. However, the bird was not only smart, but also annoying. He constantly told the audience how the magician performed each trick. For example, the bird would say to the audience: "He has the letter in his pocket", or "The letter is in his sleeve", or "He climbed into the hole of his hat". One day there was a huge explosion and the ship sank. The parrot and the wizard, both dazed and wounded, found themselves together on rubble. For 4 days the parrot stared at the magician. Finally, the parrot said, "Okay, I give up. What did you do with the ship?" APPLICATION: There are times in our...


You must protect what you earn (12 of 17)

por Chuck McAlister

Bobby Dodd, former Georgia Tech head football coach, tells the story of a game in which his team led 7-6 with just a minute to go. He instructed his defender not to pass the ball under any circumstances. He said, "Whatever you do, hold on to that football; don't pass the ball." For the next ten to fifteen seconds of play, they moved the ball down the field to within 10 yards of the opposing team's goal line. As the defender started to make the next move and the seconds ticked by, he just couldn't resist and threw a pass. As is often the case, the pass was intercepted by a player from the other team...


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