Robin • Sermon • • 8,563 views
Intro Irish novelist George Moore tells the story about Irish peasants who were put to work during the Great Depression. They were asked to build government roads. For a time, the men were great workers who really enjoyed the work during tough economic times, even singing songs as they worked. In addition,…
Robin • Sermon • • 532 views
Intro Last time we looked at how God prepares His workers for His work. We said two things. First of all, it begins by God: I. Birthing a burden in our hearts (Neh. 1:1-3). Nehemiah, far removed in distance and generations from his people, after finding out that the wall of Jerusalem was still broken…
Nehemiah: Building for the LORD
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 470 views
Nehemiah, A Godly Leader (TURN to ) If someone asked me what I believed the best book in the bible on Leadership is, I would tell them to go straight to Nehemiah. Every single chapter in this book gives us great characteristics of a godly leader. In this lesson, I would like to look at the first 2 chapters…
Together: A Study Through Philippians
PRAY WITH ME PLEASE TO THE HOLY AND JUST GOD OF GRACE AND GOODNESS Monday morning news broke of a chaotic scene occuring the day before. As darkness had fallen over what is called sin city, evil begin to reign down, literally upon thousands of people. At the end of the week the count of those no longer…
Nehemiah was a cupbearer, not a builder. But his commitment to God’s promise caused him to take action where other’s would talk. Eqquiped by the king, Nehemiah set to work leading the re-building of Jerusalem.
A Time To Build
Assistant Pastor Eric Guy • West Fresno Christian Center • Sermon • • 21 views • 1:03:00
Assistant Pastor Eric Guy continues with his series A Time to Build. He reminds us that in order for God to use us, we must allow our hearts to be broken for the things He cares about. He will prepare our hearts so we can be effective ministers to those He calls us to help.
Sis. Krystal Meehan • Higher Purpose • Sermon • • 19 views • 21:18
Nehemiah was driven by his compassion to leave his position as the cupbearer to the king to build a wall to protect the Jews. We too should be driven by compassion to reach the lost.
David Krueger • Sermon • • 14 views
Nehemiah is a Jew living in the Persian Empire during the reign of Artaxerxes as part of the Babylonian Exile. He was the king’s cupbearer which was a privileged position. In late November of 445 B.C., Nehemiah received a discouraging report from his brother about the physical condition of Jerusalem.…
David Garrett • Sermon • • 11 views
Introduction A Study in Nehemiah. Just some simple notes and examples. Nehemiah 1 Nehemiah hears of the state of Jerusalem. Nehemiah mourned, fasted and prayed. Nehemiah repented of his sins and the sins of his people. The people in Jerusalem are from the first wave of Israelites returning from Babylon…
Terry L. Laughlin • Sermon • • 10 views
Title: National Prayers Theme: Praying for Our President and America Series: National Day of Prayer 1 Timothy 2:1-4 says, “I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone -- for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet…