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  • Will You Be The One?

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Jan 14, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    A sermon examining the power of one sold out servant of God.

    Will You Be The One? Nehemiah 1:1-11 When D.L. Moody was just starting in the ministry he heard a preacher say, "The world has yet to see what God can do with a man fully surrendered to Him." That night Moody said, "By God’s grace I’ll be that man!" Moody had little formal education, and he more

  • Nehemiah's Prayers Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Nov 13, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Nehemiah's contemporary, Ezra, had taken some of the exiles back to their homeland and rebuilt the temple. But the walls had been broken down and the gates had been burned. This is where Nehemiah comes in. Let's see how prayer factors into this endeavor.

    NEHEMIAH’S PRAYERS In 586 b.c. Jerusalem was destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar. He captured the Jews and exiled them to Babylon. Nehemiah’s time is 141 years later in 445 b.c., when the Persians ruled the land. Nehemiah's contemporary, Ezra, had taken some of the exiles back to their homeland and more

  • The Mighty Hand Of God

    Contributed by Gbemisola Olayinka on Aug 28, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    God is a mighty God and because of this his hand is mighty to save and deliver us from the hand's of our enemy. We all have an enemy and his name is called Satan or the Devil.

    The hand of God is mighty upon us his children. God created us all in his own image and likeness according to the book of Genesis 1:27. So because he is our creator his hand is upon us, knowing that the hand of God is upon us will help us to rest in his plan for our lives. It does not matter what more

  • Rebuild The People Series

    Contributed by Rev.andrew B Natarajan on May 11, 2017

    Nehemiah took personal interest to rebuild the Broken Walls of the Jerusalem city as well as to rebuild God's people with good motives. He brought very silent revival among his community.

    Nehemiah 1 Introduction Nehemiah(God Comforts), cup bearer, Jew. The Book of Nehemiah begins 15 years after Book of Ezra ends; almost 100 years after the first captives came back to Promised Land; and some 150 years after city of Jerusalem was destroyed. 1,000 years after Moses and 400 years more

  • “how Is Your Vision?”

    Contributed by James Lee on Dec 19, 2016

    How is your vision? I wear glasses, not because they make me look awesome but so I can see what’s on my plate.

    “How is Your Vision?” Nehemiah 1:1-11 How is your vision? I wear glasses, not because they make me look awesome but so I can see what’s on my plate. If you take my glasses and set a plate of mashed potatoes, green beans and liver in from of me; I might think it was a plate of more

  • I'll Pray About It Series

    Contributed by Caleb Anderson on Nov 10, 2016

    I have a dream… I think. We talked about having a dream… but what if you’re not sure? Is your dream worth giving your life to? How do you test a dream to see if it’s God or if you’re just keeping up the Kardashians… or Jones’…

    I have a dream… I think. We talked about having a dream… but what if you’re not sure? is your dream worth giving your life to? how do you test a dream to see if it’s God or if you’re just keeping up the Kardashians… or Jones’… Then I observed more

  • Nehemiah's Prayer Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Feb 2, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Nehemiah’s prayer shows us a very critical fact: Prayer is ALWAYS the right answer to what is going on in life. Whether you are facing a hardship, or a need for renewal, or asking for God's intervention -- prayer should always be our first response.

    Nehemiah’s Prayer Nehemiah 1:1-11; Deut 30:1-10 Introduction - Nehemiah is a great study of leadership, but also of obedience to God - Here is the critical thing to see this morning: prayer is always the right response -- Re: Lots of us will go through life acting and solving more

  • “rebuilding The Wall” Chapter I Series

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on Nov 30, 2015

    Just as Nehemiah lead his people to rebuild Jerusalem we can follow his example in revitalizing our churches.

    I. Nehemiah wept for the condition of Israel. (Vs. 1-4a) A. They were survivors of a great tragedy. B. They were in great distress. C. They were under reproach. D. Their home was destroyed. II. Nehemiah committed to prayer and fasting. (v.4b) A. We need prayer when the situation is more

  • The God Of Nehemiah's Faith

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 6, 2015


    Nehemiah Ch 1 THE GOD OF NEHEMIAH'S FAITH 1. he prays to the God who is Present (everywhere.) Nehemiah is in Susa, and his project is far off in Jerusalem. But Nehemiah's God is the 'Lord God of heaven' (v 5a). And said, I beseech thee, O LORD God of heaven, more

  • Seeking The Heart Of God Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Apr 6, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    God delights in prayer that seeks God's heart, not God's handouts.

    This morning we’re going to deal with the topic of prayer. And I’m pretty sure that my task this morning, although it is not easy, is actually pretty simple. But let me ask you a few questions just to confirm that: • How many of you think you pray enough? So it looks like I more

  • Getting Started Right Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Mar 30, 2015

    This is the 1st sermon in the series "Rebuilding". There are times when we have to start over and when we do, we need to get started right.

    Series: Rebuilding [#1] GETTING STARTED RIGHT Nehemiah 1:1-11 Introduction: Life can deal you things that you never thought was possible. Your children get hurt, you experience divorce, you lose your job, you have an illness, etc… There are times when it seems that we have lost more

  • The Leader And Prayer Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 21, 2015

    Nehemiah was probably chosen for his position at court for his reliability, for his quick wits, for his initiative and probably for his grasp of palace politics but clearly he also had a deep spiritual maturity that shows itself as he turns to prayer.

    Have you ever looked at the great Christian leaders of our time and wondered what it was that gave them their success? Were they just natural leaders? Had they worked hard at their studies of management and leadership as so many young leaders today are taught to do? Or were they perhaps just the more

  • Nehemiah's Prayer: A Prayer For Revival Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 19, 2015

    If we want to experience revival in our land, we must cry out to God, praise His name, confess our sins, claim His promises, and commit to serving Him.

    Before the opening day of duck season, two hunters bought a bird dog. They had heard that such a dog would make their hunting experience much more enjoyable and profitable. So when the big day came, they were up bright and early. They hunted all day, but as the sun began to set, they hadn’t more

  • Change Makers

    Contributed by Tesh Njokanma on Feb 13, 2015

    God doesn’t have to step down from heaven to bring about change. He uses people like you and I if we are available.

    Text: Nehemiah 1:1-11 When God wants to bring about a change in a situation, family, or nation, God doesn’t step down from heaven to bring about this change. He uses people. MOSES AS A CHANGE MAKER When God wanted to bring about a change in the situation of the Israelites more

  • A Heart For Prevailing Prayer

    Contributed by Rodney Coe on Feb 11, 2015

    What does it mean to have a heart for prayer?

    Webster’s dictionary defines prevailing as having superior force or influence. When we think of prayer as believers, as children of God do you describe your prayer life as having superior force or influence with God? I believe one thing that will mark a person who has influence with men more