"Nehemiah" Tagged Sermons
The book of Nehemiah ends on a note of sadness and uncertainty as the people have failed in following God, again. This shows our desperate need for Christ as the Old Testament is silent for the next 400 years until Jesus comes. Today, we don’t have to wonder if God will remember us for good like it seems Nehemiah was wondering at the end of his life. The gospel gives us the promise that God is working ALL things for…
The Bible gives us many ways to help joy grow, but here are 3 of them from Nehemiah 11 and 12. We foster joy when we give ourselves to God (Neh. 11:1–12:26) We foster joy when we give our praise to God (Neh. 12:27–43) We foster joy when we give our gifts to God (Neh. 12:44–47)
Bring the Book! – Nehemiah 8 Understand the Word of God (Nehemiah 8:1-8). Rejoice in the Word of God (Nehemiah 8:9-12). Obey the Word of God (Nehemiah 8:13-18).
Nehemiah 6 – 3 Keys to Perseverance in God’s Work for God’s Glory 1) We must have a laser-focus on what God has called us to do. (Nehemiah 6:1-8) 2) Sometimes we need to pray less that God would change our situation, and pray more that God would change us in the situation. (Nehemiah 6:9) 3) Our motivation for perseverance must be the fear of the Lord, for the glory of God (Nehemiah 6:10-16)
“…Do not be afraid of them. Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome…” (Nehemiah 4:14b)
Building a Life of Prayer – Nehemiah 1:4 – 2:5 in series: Building a Life of Faith Nehemiah teaches us a lot about building a life of prayer. And Nehemiah was not a pastor or even an Old Testament priest! He was an “average” person who loved God and who prayed and acted. We were having some microphone issues during the recording of this sermon…so you may need to turn up your speakers all the way! We are working on…